‘Hello Ujjivan’ app wins the prestigious 13th Aegis Graham Bell Awards

‘Hello Ujjivan’ app wins the prestigious 13th Aegis Graham Bell Awards

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Category : Awards Published on: March 17 2023

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  • ‘Hello Ujjivan’ app has won the 13th Aegis Graham Bell Awards (AGBA) in the "Innovation in Consumer Tech" category. 
  • The thirteenth edition of the prize is an initiative of Aegis School of Data Science, backed by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology; NITI Aayog and Skill India to foster an innovative culture in India.
  • Hello Ujjivan, is the first mobile banking app in India that enables speech, visual, and vernacular features to give bank's MicroBanking and Rural customers access to banking financial services who have limited reading and writing abilities.
  • It is available in 8 regional languages - Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Tamil, Gujarati, Kannada, Oriya & Assamese.
  • It is an industry first – Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI & ML) enabled. Hence, the app will have the ability to even understand different dialects of the same language.
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