Not knowing where the nearest healtcare centre is located and the inability to research and perform initial symptom assessments for yourself or your family. Understanding the risks of activities like smoking and exposure to hazardous materials.
For students, static, potentially outdated curriculum limited by availability of physical textbooks. For everyone, limited ability to upskill outside of employment and generally discover and choose what to be educated on.
Difficulty in discovering and applying for available benefits and services. Lack of clarity over rights and visibility of local and national government plans. Inability to research and evaluate political candidates.
News; Wikipedia; Business tools; Insurance; eCommerce; Communities for marginalised people; Banking; Social communication; Event ticketing; Classified ads; Democratic coordination and much more.
Vocodo is Voice for Good's voice-powered technology platform. Users access Vocodo by dialing a local-rate phone number in their country and then communicate with menus and services using natural voice. The services enabled by the platform are powered by modern, intelligent systems built primarily for the developed world by a variety of tech companies. Vocodo unlocks the power of these services for those without Internet in a variety of languages.
The first service built on the Vocodo platform is Vocodo Translate, featuring 2-way translation between 15 languages. Amongst other uses, this offers language assistance to travellers in rural locations and enables face-to-face conversation where no common languages are spoken.
Coming soon is Vocodo Health - a medical assessment and triage service that takes the form of an AI-driven patient interview. We are currently in discussions with an international healthcare NGO regarding initial field trials of this service, to assist local doctors.
Please get in touch if you would like to discuss potential collaboration on a future service.