Chatbot COVID-19 Teem2022

The best contribution on its track at the TEEM 2022 congress.

On Friday 21st October 2022, the chatbot developed for this project was presented at the TEEM 2022 conference. The work was very well received by those attending the presentation, especially for the fact that it is a tool that solves a problem that many universities had in pandemic and that is already available to the institutions participating in the project.

The contribution was presented within track 10 of Communication, Education and Social Media, together with other high quality contributions in this topic. Finally, it should be noted that at the closing ceremony the work was awarded as the best contribution in its track, a recognition that highlights the value of the work done.

We show some photos of the event.

Thank you very much!!

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One response to “The best contribution on its track at the TEEM 2022 congress.”

  1. Eliska Nachazelova says:

    Congratulation! I see a great potential in this and I hope that we will have an opportunity to continue with it within the sustainability.

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