AI Chatbot App project
Digital solutions to improve the quality of life of people with haemophilia in Africa
Institute of Global Health, University of Geneva
Mrs Awa Babington-Ashaye
Prof Antoine Geissbühler
2 years, envisaged start Q1 2021
- Answer the identified gaps in knowledge and needs of people with haemophilia and carriers through the development of an AI-chatbot
- Ensure efficient implementation and evaluation of the AI-chatbot in Senegal
- Expand the AI-chatbot to other countries in Africa
Artificial intelligence to improve quality of life for people with haemophilia in Africa
Can artificial intelligence power digital solutions to support people living with haemophilia in low-resource regions? That is the question that led molecular biochemist, virologist and PhD candidate Awa Babington-Ashaye to propose the development of an Artificial Intelligence (AI) chatbot for haemophilia in several African countries. The innovative NNHF-supported project was approved for funding in April 2021 and is currently underway in partnership with Prof Antoine Geissbuhler, Head of the division of eHealth and Telemedicine of the Geneva University Hospitals (Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève – HUG).
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