Researchers from Google Research and IIT Madras have developed AI technology. This will help to identify women who are at risk of leaving the health information system.
Technology has helped the non-profit organization ARMMAN to voluntarily intervene and keep women in health systems, improving maternal health outcomes.
Test results show that the use of AI technology has been able to reduce the risk of retrenchment by 32 percent for women at high risk of dropping out of school, Google said.
ARMMAN uses mMitit, a free portable voice service that delivers timely and targeted protective care information to pregnant and young mothers.
Google said that the adherence to these public health programs is a major challenge but timely intervention to keep the people and help them improve maternal health outcomes.
The team is currently working to increase this for more than 300,000 women in MMitra.
The technology company said in a statement on Saturday that they are pleased to continue to support ARMMAN as the project team expands access to this technology to more than a million mothers and children by the year 2021.
To support ARMMAN’s growing efforts, Google.org has set aside another $ 530,000 to measure the use of AI with the aim of achieving social welfare to reach vulnerable women and children.
Google AI helps to the nonprofit Indians and also to the universities to address major challenges in the areas of public health, conservation, agriculture and education.
The company announced Google Research India, AI Lab in Bengaluru, in 2019.
In 2020, Google announced that Social AI will support six projects from NGOs and educational partnerships to implement AI use to help unrestricted communities that have never traditionally benefited from AI greatness.
With technical and scientific contributions from Google Research and Singapore Management University, the Wildlife Conservation Trust built AI models that help predict human and wildlife collisions in the forest separated in Tadoba, Maharashtra.
These novel works with the AI methods gives them near to about more than 80 percent accuracy in predicting human and wildlife conflicts in the Bramhapuri forest section in the test results.
Google said that the work is currently being tested in a field in Chandrapur district, Madhya Pradesh, so that they can ensure safe shipping.
From one of the another example of AI, Google said that creative tools in low-resource languages suffer from very low accuracy, adding barriers to content creation.
The team at AI4Bharat and IIT Madras, with the support of Google, has developed state-of-the-art indigenous language development tools for low-density open-source language models (Konkani, Maithal), making it easier to read stories to more than 70,000 children.