International Fact-Checking Chatbot on WhatsApp gets Hindi language support

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Internation Fact-Cheaking chatbot on WhatsApp gets Hindi language support

Like numerous other business and social networks platforms, Facebook-owned WhatsApp has actually helped its users stay safe and notified, considering the start of the Coronavirus pandemic. Just recently, the International Fact-Checkers Network (IFCN) worked together with WhatsApp to present an automatic chatbot to prevent the spread of false news. Now, users can talk with it in Hindi.

Formerly, the fact-checking chatbot in WhatsApp just supported English and Spanish. Many individuals who do not have a firm grasp of the English language might not utilize chatbots for fact-checking functions due to language barrier concerns.

Now, with the assistance for the Hindi language, the business intends to make the chatbot available to millions of individuals in India who are passionate WhatsApp users.

Now, users can quickly access the chatbot by sending out a “Hi” to +1 (727) 2912606. After this, the chatbot will be contributed to the user’s chat list, and he/she can access all of it the time.

Users can ask any of this bot almost any fact, and it will inform if the reality is incorrect or real. This is a quite useful tool that motivates users to inspect forwarded news or realities before sharing them even more.

WHO and the Indian Government previously collaborated to spread information on Coronavirus via the chatbot on WhatsApp, and now with Hindi support, including IFCN chatbot will surely make an impact on reducing fake news around communities.

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