Pranay Gadodia

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Interactive Voice Response Systems (IVRS) have been used extensively to engage with poorly literate populations in the context of public health, farming, community radio, citizen journalism, and other sectors [2--7]. The voice based medium on IVRS, and the easy to use phone interface, seem to have been useful to help poorly literate and non-IT savvy(More)
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