The animated series featuring The Ultimate Survivor aka chatbot Raaji has won the Global Sustainability Film Award.
Saba Khalid and Tinohahn’s brainchild Aurat Raaj is a Pakistani digital platform dedicated to raising awareness and educating women. The star is a chatbot Raaji, who is a pro at tackling myths, breaking the shackles of taboos and eradicating confusions regarding complicated, stigmatized topics like reproductive health in developing countries.
Nominated in AI: Empowering the future category, The Ultimate Survivor featuring Raaji won a tve Global Sustainability Film Award at BAFTAs yesterday.
Talking to Images, Saba said that this award is a proof that their vision is being appreciated and celebrated across the world.
”Our team is very excited. This is a proof that our vision is supported locally and globally. We are going to continue to use Artificial Intelligence and animation to deliver our progressive ideas about health, hygiene and safety” – she said.
For the first time, these awards are celebrating the efforts of young entrepreneurs who are using the potential of AI technology to revolutionise the world and improve their organization’s social performance. This also reflects on the future prospects of AI and how it is said to influence the future.
The tve Global Sustainability Film Awards is a film competition dedicated to encouraging companies and institutions who are making films portraying solutions for sustainability. The categories of the competitions were focused on United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals that set the ambitious targets for world development.
The SDGs include ensuring quality health services, gender equality, eradicating poverty and hunger, quality education, affordable and clean energy, climate action and responsible consumption and production.
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