Oyoty is a chatbot aiming to empower children to be safer online. The app runs on the child’s phone, detects threats and risks on smart devices and social networks using Artificial Intelligence (AI).

Oyoty alerts the child to risks and threats – parents can also choose to receive an alert. Oyoty guides the child how to deal with risks/threats and delivers educational content to encourage safer online behaviour.

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More information on the application can be found here.

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