A video interpretation system wins the Chile ATTITUDE Award 2019
The winner enters the international final of the everis Award in Spain –to be held in November– where they will compete for a prize of € 60,000.
The Vi-Sor inclusion project has won the fourth edition of the Chile Attitude Award 2019, delivered by the Chile everis foundation with the aim of promoting entrepreneurship, innovation and talent.
Vi-Sor is a video interpretation system with interpreters of different languages –even sign language– to promote and facilitate participation of people with disabilities or language differences to access to services, customer attention, employment interviews, call centers, events, team meetings, etc.
This fourth edition of the Award had six finalists, selected among more than 70 projects. As part of the award, Vi-Sor obtains a pass to the international final of the everis Awards, to be held in Spain in November, where they will compete for € 60,000 and mentoring sessions, against the local winners of nine European and Latin American competitions.
In addition to Vi-Sor, the other five finalists were NeeKids, hospital pedagogical assistant with Artificial Intelligence; MED 360, intelligent system for optimizing medical scheduling; Teledoc, telemedicine system; TINK, platform that provides a reference automation system; and Vita Wallet, application that allows sending and receiving mobile payments through QR code.
Participation in the Open Innovation Contest of NTT DATA
Once again this year, everis foundation offers semifinalist projects the possibility of participating in the Open Innovation Contest, an initiative of NTT DATA, the Japanese subsidiary to which everis belongs.
As a novelty, this year the Global everis Award will be presented during the everis‑talent‑week, a forum dedicated to promote entrepreneurship through different activities such as seminars, conferences and round tables linked to innovation and entrepreneurship, among others.
The award consists of 60,000 euros in cash and a mentoring program offered by everis professionals and other professionals in the field.
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