Chatbot for ex-military survivors of sexual violence wins hackathon prize

The first prize winner of a recent [justice “hackathon”] (http://www.abajournal.com/news/article/chatbot_to_help_victims_of_military_sex_trauma_wins_tech_for_justice_hackat/?utm_source=maestro%26utm_medium=email%26utm_campaign=techshow) in the US (an event, typically lasting several days, in which a large number of people meet to engage in collaborative computer programming) is an initiative targeting ex-military survivors of sexual violence. The project is called “Carry On” - here is a [link to the website] (https://devpost.com/software/carry-on-moving-forward-with-military-sexual-trauma). It is a promising example of how technology can be used to improve access to justice for specific vulnerable groups in society. Thank you to @ncamburian for bringing this to my attention.

5 Likes