Cyber warfare becomes part of curriculum for Ukrainian students

From Times Higher Education: “An ‘army’ of students, graduates and lecturers in Ukraine is building online tools to help civilians and aid the country’s defence against Russian aggression.

Among those joining the battle is the Faculty of Informatics at the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, which has developed a mutual aid chatbot on the messaging service Telegram, which lets users search by city or region for humanitarian help or offer assistance themselves. A psychological support bot is in development, designed with the help of researchers who have worked in Ukraine’s eastern Donbas region, controlled by separatist groups since 2014.”

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