AI-driven support for a smart justice with children in Europe
Vulnerable children who come into contact with the justice system sometimes have difficulty accessing the right legal information, so that they know their rights and get proper support. In this project, the partners will develop an AI-based chat app which will address that problem.
The role of Noldus
Noldus will develop an innovative system for measuring the user experience of the system developed in the project. The developers of that system will use the system created by Noldus to gain accurate insights into how children using the system experience it, and in that way get rapid feedback to enable them to create a genuinely user-friendly product.
The project is led Terres des Hommes (Hungary) and has partners from several other Terres des Hommes divisions as well as the University of Leuven, Noldus and Lawren.io, a Belgium IT company.
AIMS-2-TRIALS is funded as part of the Justice Programme (JUST) of the European Union’s Horizon Europe program. This program forms part of a new Justice, Rights and Values Fund together with the Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values programme.