Barrier-free websites are like digital superheroes, battling against the evil of discrimination and exclusion by empowering everyone to engage with the digital world with ease and confidence, regardless of ability or disability. These websites aim to accommodate individuals with various disabilities, including visual impairments, hearing impairments, motor impairments, cognitive impairments, and seizure disorders.
With the integration of newer versions of language models like the Prometheus model (a successor of ChatGPT) into the Microsoft Edge web browser, website accessibility for language models will play a crucial role in the future. The ability to summarize website content and answer questions about it will be a valuable tool for people with and without disabilities, may influence how likely they visit a website, and could even impact the ranking of websites in search engines.
As a result, the optimization of website accessibility for language models will become an important aspect of future search engine optimization (SEO). This could involve adjusting website content and language to give the best output for language models, leading to higher search engine rankings and a better user experience for everyone.