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John Loeppky

John Loeppky is a British-Canadian disabled freelance writer based in Regina, Saskatchewan. His work has appeared for the CBC, FiveThirtyEight, Defector, and a multitude of others. John most often writes about disability, sport, media, technology, and art. He can be reached at john@jloeppky.com or via Twitter. His goal in life is to have an entertaining obituary to read. 

 

AI is now powerful enough to automate the back office
Graphic showing office blocks in a digitised way
automation

AI is now powerful enough to automate the back office

But that doesn't mean it's as easy as flicking a switch
8 Jun 2022
Disabled IT professionals are building access for themselves
Somebody using braille on a computer keyboard
Careers & training

Disabled IT professionals are building access for themselves

For visually impaired developers, the tools just aren’t good enough – so they’re taking matters into their own hands
21 Mar 2022