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    Ashaamma, Beamama, and Basavaraju, farmers from Narayanpet district in rural Telangana, were among hundreds who died from electrocution. Despite improvements in power supply, a non-profit organization called Swecha is using Artificial Intelligence to prevent such tragedies.

    The AI system includes a voice assistant trained in various Telugu dialects to control the electricity supply to agricultural pumps in the fields. This allows farmers to manage power without direct physical interaction, reducing the risk of electrocution. The goal is to eliminate fatalities in the future. The AI model will be launched at the AI Days 2024 conference starting on Saturday.

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    Beamama shared a story about losing her husband to an electric shock from a motor 15 years ago, a similar experience to that of Balaraju from Mahbubnagar.

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