In the fourth episode of the Be My Eyes Podcast, Chancey Fleet explains why visual interpreters are such a big deal when it comes to accessibility, data rights, and innovation. She also raises lots of questions: How can technology foster and hinder accessibility? How can disabled people become active agents in the development of technology as opposed to just the inspiration behind the design? In our discussion, we tackle that trope and shout-out to the original life-hackers: disabled people. Listen in!