US college students flip grief into tech startup after France assault

BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) – A bunch of California school college students who have been in France throughout a 2016 terrorist assault are turning their grief into tech instruments to struggle terrorism.

Anjali Banerjee and a number of other University of California, Berkeley classmates have been in Nice two years in the past when a person plowed a truck by a crowd, killing 86 folks.

They’ve constructed a startup referred to as Archer that creates digital instruments to assist investigators, human rights employees and others deal with sanctions evasion, corruption, terrorism and different world violence.

Amnesty International is utilizing one in every of their instruments to confirm the authenticity of images documenting the bloodbath of Rohingya in Myanmar.

The college students hope to show their knowledge evaluation device right into a for-profit firm. Banerjee says they were inspired to act after having to rely on each other and the people of Nice during the chaotic hours after the attack.

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