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Interactive voice response (IVR) is a technology that bridges analog and digital experiences by allowing humans to interact with a computer through their voices and dialpad entries. It's used in many ICT4D projects where smartphone and desktop devices are not yet prevalent.

Suggested reading: ICTWorks: Use Interactive Voice Response to Reach More African Women

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