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Botler.ai launches sexual harassment detection bot for U.S. and Canada

Montreal-based Botler.ai today announced that it will launch a new service to help victims of sexual harassment determine whether they have been violated and whether what happened to them fits U.S. or Canadian criminal code. The bot was created following harassment experienced by Botler.ai cofounder Ritika Dutt. As people navigate the ramifications of the Harvey […]
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