How multilingual AI assistant can reduce poverty

With the power of AI nowadays we see a lot of chatbot assistants designed for various purposes. These AI chatbots can be trained to help with different tasks: from writing a piece of code to drawing an image. It would be interesting if an AI chatbot could be trained to give specific poverty-related assistance for different people in any language. Taking into consideration that poor people do not have access to the internet, this kind of AI technology may be embedded in one single device which will be able to operate offline. It would resemble a smartphone but may not have any other functions than giving an AI digital assistance for poor people.  

From employment assistance to education and health-related advice, AI digital assistant may reduce poverty across the world. There are a lot of talented people who are unlucky with their economic status because of their place of birth. Someone is poor just because of the place of birth. An AI digital assistant could help these unlucky people boost their talents and gain quality education. From the practical viewpoint, AI digital assistant devices may be donated to poor communities along with food aid. AI assistant may help the poor to build their own resources and grow the economy instead of relying on foreign financial aid.  

For example, there is a dying economy somewhere in a remote city. An AI digital assistant device distributed for free in such poor regions may learn from the users the core issues of poverty in that region. AI may take a decision about fixing the poverty issue and give a practical guide for economic growth in a specific region. This AI technology implementation may look like a miracle, but it could end the poverty without major government implications. It is possible to recover the poor region with minimum financial resources if heavily relying on talents and human resources. Using an AI digital assistant to boost human resources can recover the poor regions from economic disaster. This is how AI technology can help to end poverty in different regions with different languages across the world.