Ask Codey A Pseudo A.I.
Question #1: What is the difference between the computers of today versus the computers of the past?
Ouestion #2: I have a brother with a disability, and I was wondering what if any are the options that people with disabilities have and how easily are they accessed?
Question #3: As an older man from another time, the prices of computers when I was a kid seemed like only the rich kids could get one, and now having some money saved up I was wondering what are the prices back then versus now?
Question #4: As a new student at U.W. I have heard the acronym TCAT, and I was wondering what it was and what is it for?
Question #5: As someone who just got done with their education in the technologies what is the expected income per year from a job in te technologies?
Question #6: As someone who has been given a promotion and has to move into the Silicon Valley area from the Boston area what are the housing costs?
Question#7: As an instructor in a rural town, I’m concerned about access to tech from people without the means? What's their future look like?
Answer #2: Thanks to many different companies, schools can give out computers to those in need. They usually have built in software that allows for accommodation for those with a disability so your brother can play away!
Answer #4: That is UW’s accessibility program, Taskar Center for Accessible Technology. They help give people with disabilities access to computers, and the ability to use them just as well as anyone.
Answer #6: Housing costs in those areas are naturally high, because of demand for personal space. They’ll usually hover around $100,000 to $2.3 million. As this is a big leap for you on the other side of the country, jobs around there also pay much more than that of most places.
Answer #7: Technology is an expensive part of life, but many companies including google plan to bring technology to those around the world who would otherwise have no access to it. Their future looks bright not only with their faces, but with their computer screens.