Fraser Shein presented his software startup Quillsoft at the 2017 Ontario Accessibility Innovation Showcase, a platform which contains multiple purposes. For one, it can “make a difference in the lives of people who struggle with reading and writing”, encompassing those with learning disabilities and language issues. Yet also, it’s there to help students and workers maybe outside their zone of knowledge. In fact, he sees the software as helpful to even him, who has a Ph.D yet still makes mistakes all the time. Proud of his innovation, he remarked that “there’s probably 5-10% of people who don’t need us”.
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