A story behind the Intel Reader…

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From an article in Stanford Lawyer that gives some background on how I got into the assistive technology business in the first place!

BEN FOSS: ADVOCATING FOR EQUAL ACCESS TO KNOWLEDGE

Ben Foss traces the 
inspiration for his invention, the Intel® Reader, to his studies at Stanford.

It was on the first day of a class taught by Intel 
co-founder Andy Grove when Grove, who is a Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) lecturer, asked his students why 
Intel had gotten out of the memory chip business.

“I answered that it seemed to me that Intel was in the horse and buggy business and then the car came along,” says Foss. “Big mistake.”

Read the rest of the article here…

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