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Fixing the world’s public health data problem is critical
Issues of inadequate or missing data collection, and fragmented, incompatible health systems hampered the response to COVID-19 and threaten to do so in future outbreaks. Fortunately, several possible solutions could at least partly remedy this problem.
William A. Haseltine  |  Aug  29,  2022
COVID experts have solutions for the aging immune system
During their studies of COVID-19 and the organ damage it can cause, experts have learned more about organs themselves, as well as the human immune system and immune responses to pathogens and are devising ways to slow or even reverse the decline in aging immune systems.
Eduard Musinschi  |  Aug  11,  2022
An automated machine learning COVID-19 pipeline
Researcher Parisa Naraei details how AI chatbots glean better data and attain fuller analyses, faster insights, and precision answers in the war against COVID-19 and relates the nuts and bolts of crafting these conversational AI apps.
Parisa Naraei  |  Aug  03,  2022
AI gears up for future pandemics
Despite the global devastation and disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the situation might have been even worse without the help of AI. As the technology continues to grow and develop, it will also undoubtedly prove its worth in public health efforts to prevent potential pandemics, as well as in easing outbreaks that cannot be prevented or contained as easily.
Marcus Ranney  |  Jul  11,  2022
AI to Teach COVID Lessons to Mainstream Business
The COVID-19 pandemic has hugely impacted the pace of AI innovation by accelerating existing trends and giving rise to new ones, thus raising the bar of possibility. Companies have also benefited from sharing their technology or expertise at no cost, aiding the fight against the pandemic and speeding vaccine development. Many of these trends will hold post-pandemic and reshape the global business terrain.
Chuck Martin  |  Jun  01,  2022
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