Utilizes machine learning and Natural Language Processing technology to match mentors and mentees based on their biographies
Accessibility-focused and inclusive user interface design with accommodations such as text-to-voice compatibility.
Mentors can form strong, healthy relationships, with their mentees and can share content with an in-built bulletin board to provide guidance and advice through multimedia content.
Hey there! We're Anjan, Brandon, Kenzie, and Victor, and we're 4 students from U.C. Berkeley who are passionate about design, technology, and accessibility for all! Throughout the past few years, we’ve all been involved as disability rights advocates in one way or another, be it getting involved in our high school’s Best Buddies club or taking part in youth initiatives to raise awareness for stigmatized topics like autism or disabilities. We’re hopeful that our project, Sensei, will assist members of these communities in forming invaluable bonds with mentors/mentees who have their advice, love, and compassion to share with each other.