The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) is fixing bugs in its don’t disturb app, which helps cellular subscribers report pesky calls and textual content messages instantly, a senior official of the regulatory physique stated right this moment.
Talking at an occasion organised by Truecaller, Trai Secretary V Raghunandan stated the regulator is fixing bugs within the Do Not Disturb (DND) app to deal with technical points confronted by shoppers.
“We’ve roped in an company, which is fixing bugs within the app. There have been points with some Android gadgets which have been addressed to a big extent. We are attempting to make the app appropriate with all Android gadgets by March,” Raghunandan stated.
The Trai DND app has been exhibiting errors when cellular subscribers try and report spam calls and SMS.
Mr Raghunandan stated with enchancment within the app, the variety of spam calls and SMS has come down considerably.
Apple had denied giving the app entry to name logs however Mr Raghunandan stated work is on to make the app appropriate with iOS gadgets as effectively.
He stated the findings of the pilot mission – being run by Tanla on Vodafone Thought community to test fraud calls — have been partly included in the usual working process, which have been shared with telecom operators.
Mr Raghunandan stated one company — public or personal — can’t handle all features of safety within the nation and the method should be collaborative with strategic public-private partnerships.
Truecaller CEO and Co-Founder Alan Mamedi stated the corporate has 270 million lively customers in India and 5 million spam calls are reported within the nation by way of the platform each day.
“Upcoming challenges are associated to Open AI. It makes cloning or manipulation of voice very straightforward. Within the US, the cloning of youngsters’s voices was used to extort cash from mother and father. Our efforts are supposed to detect whether or not the voice is manipulated or not,” Mamedi stated.
Earlier, older individuals had been probably the most susceptible victims of digital fraud, however now even younger individuals fall prey, he added.
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