In Brazil, ‘AI Gloria’ Will Help Women Victims of Domestic Violence

The goal is to impact more than twenty million women in the first year and to protect, connect, and unite victims of violence.

By Dorah Feliciano, Contributing Reporter

BRASILIA, BRAZIL – To give battered women a voice and gather more precise data on domestic violence, the Commission for the Defense of Women's Rights in Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies launched last week the "I am Glória" project, an Artificial Intelligence platform aimed at combating violence against women.

"It works for both sides, for the victim and for the information gatherer; (it is) a good practice manual within a company, as an instruction for men who make certain jokes, say phrases and do not know that the machismo is a cultural issue," university . . .

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