Google and the Christopher Reeves Foundation are giving away 100K Google Home Minis

Google and the Christopher Reeves Foundation are giving away 100K Google Home Minis. The smart assistant speakers from Google are destined for people living with paralysis and their caregivers. US residents can apply on the organization’s website. The speakers support and provide access for people living with paralysis to the Foundation’s Paralysis Resource Center. The Resource Center has served over 100,000 people since its launch in 2002. The announcement comes as part of Google’s push to find new markets for its smart speakers and as it develops new tech to work with people with disabilities. Press Release