The World Health Organization (WHO) and Rakuten Viber have united to battle misinformation around coronavirus (Covid-19) with an intuitive multi-language chatbot accessible all-inclusive.
Misinformation, bits of gossip, and connivances about the flare-up have developed as the coronavirus proceeds with its spread over the world, constraining any semblance of Facebook, Google, WhatsApp Web and Twitter to acquaint measures with battle terrible on-screen characters.
The bot intends to battle false news and bogus information about the infection and help individuals who are searching for precise health information. It is accessible in English, Arabic, Russian and features the most usually posed inquiries and the most recent news identified with the pandemic.
The ‘Most recent News’ segment is refreshed continuously directly from WHO’s site and into the palm of your hand. Other fundamental areas incorporate ‘Secure Yourself,’ ‘Veil utilization,’ ‘Travel suggestions,’ and an intuitive ‘Legends’ test to test the information on the infection.
The ‘Give Now’ button prompts clients to help the WHO battle against the pandemic through giving to the Covid-19 Solidarity Response Fund. Information is control and can help spare lives during this pandemic,” said Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the chief general of the WHO.
Djamel Agaoua, the CEO of Rakuten Viber, included: “We’re helping individuals remain associated while additionally helping nearby and worldwide government and healthcare organizations around the globe to offer basic updates and to battle misinformation. Rakuten Viber and WHO are cooperating to support people, and networks remain educated and healthy during this difficult time. Utilize the chatbot yourself, bolster, and ensure your family members by imparting it to them. Advanced is protected.”
Facebook, as of late, made a Corona Helpdesk Chatbot on its Messenger stage in India to bring issues to light, give accurate and precise information to expose false news about coronavirus.