About me

Who am I? I am Sara Rydin, a writer who is completely captivated by assistive technology (aids), language technology, automation, accessibility and inclusion. My goal is that everyone is able to read and understand what I write. Even the most technical text should reach your intended audience, whoever they may be.  

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I am a computational linguist at heart and have studied and worked with this field in the private sector, at Stockholm University and at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH). I have expertise in language preprocessing, categorization, and semantics as they relate to language technology.  

Assistive technologies for languages are based on computational linguistics.
A position in which I have been working for the last few years entails informing people with language difficulties about assistive technology.  

In 2012, I began writing blog posts, targeted information, newsletters, notices, articles, and internal information. To reach as many people as possible, keyword optimization is an integral part of the job. Furthermore, I believe that it is important to employ comprehensible language and to provide information that is accessible to as many people as possible. I sometimes write easy-to-read texts.  

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