YouTube launches caption feature, making content more accessible

YouTube has begun automatic captioning of most of its videos in a move that will make the site -- including educational content such as university lectures -- more accessible to people who are hearing-impaired. Using speech-recognition technology, the auto-captioning is initially available in English only but will eventually allow for translation into multiple languages.

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