So accessibility testing is about 60% automated, 40% manual. The are some things that fundamentally can't be checked automatically, or rather, there are some errors that won't be found with automated tools. (Some of the testing we think about in this space is 'will assistive tech recognize this HTML correctly', and if assistive tech can't parse it correctly, that usually means the automated tools can't parse it correctly either.)
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