More than 80% of the refugees in Jordanian camps now use iris scans to pay for their groceries.
The mRNA vaccine is very safe. The alternative of natural morbidity caused by the coronavirus puts a person at significant, higher and much more common risk of serious adverse events.
Voor elke bedrijfstak geldt, dat iemand met meer data over het gebruik van uw product of dienst in het voordeel is.
Models that can read and summarize long bodies of text, pulling out key concepts, recognizing and identifying individuals, patterns and structures.
Infected individuals may shed Covid-19 viral fragments in their stool or sputum. A mix of saliva and mucus. The number of sites under wastewater testing surveillance is set to double by next year.
Suddenly the amount of data flowing through enterprises was astronomical. Databases will become more and more critical to digital business. Five factors driving the database revolution.
Covid-19 has changed the digital marketing and advertising landscape. From reallocating ad spend to re-positioning. How your business can survive lockdown.
While the pandemic is having a devastating human impact, we can and must use it as a turning point in how health systems embrace digital and use data and artificial intelligence in health.
From climate change to the reinvention of work to economic inequality to mass migration, the complexity of challenges is unprecedented. How can we provide answers that matter? 100 questions!
This listing aims to provide a brief overview of some of the topics facing decision-makers to inspire innovative data work on different parts of the Covid-19 crisis. Mapping how data can address global health.
We know a lot about Covid-19 but experts have many more questions! Knowing what scientists still want to learn shows us how far we’ve come and how far we have left to go to solve the mysteries.
Covid-19 has sped up the digital transformation of businesses, pushing even more commerce into the cloud.
The infectious disease metaphor suggested by the term ‘virality‘ is a good way of understanding how the contemporary internet works. A virus replicates by coming into close contact with a susceptible individual.
Doctors never identify the causative agents of many infections. Wider use of genetic sequencing promises a future in which no virus will be left behind.
Genetic sequencing machines were how scientists were able to rapidly decode the genome of SARS-CoV-2 and start building both tests and the mRNA vaccines that will ultimately curb the pandemic.
New Zealand labs are turning around genomic sequences of Covid-19 in less than eight hours. It’s got a hell of a lot cheaper, and a hell of a lot quicker.
Data are invaluable. In areas such as economics, marketing, electronic commerce, data management, data mining and machine learning. A survey on data pricing: from economics to data science.
The data is incredibly valuable and rich to anyone examining the effect of the vaccine on coronavirus. A roadmap to the post-Covid-19 economy.
Scientists have limited knowledge about whether recombination could give rise to new pandemic coronaviruses. The coronavirus is a master of mixing its genome.
You may already know that airplanes, fast fashion and factory farming are harmful to the environment, but have you ever considered the carbon footprint of watching videos or sending emails?
The key to good surveillance is the sequencing and sharing of enough genomes to track mutations and variants of concern as they arise.
Genetic sequencing has gotten faster and cheaper. A more systematic genetic surveillance program could identify emerging pathogens as soon as possible.
The 100 questions initiative seeks to map the world’s 100 most pressing, high-impact questions that could be answered if relevant datasets were leveraged in a responsible manner.
What happens when a superspreader event keeps spreading?
Governments around the world are now dealing with the next challenge, how to distribute and vaccinate their populations and who should be vaccinated first?
The quality of data is hard to separate from the quality of governance.
To model the rollout of vaccines, mathematicians must build formulas that reflect the starburst of human life and our complex interactions, using data like housing and socioeconomic status, daily habits, age, and health risks.
In moments of crisis we often turn to data in an attempt to both understand the situation we are in, and to look for answers of how to escape.
The need to strengthen ties (even temporarily) between the public and private sectors calls for profound cultural and technological changes to allow this data to be made accessible and above all freely exchanged.
The biggest, and perhaps, most dangerous question about bot activity though is: why?
It corroborates much of what has been learnt from contact-tracing studies worldwide, which have identified restaurants, gyms, choir practices, nursing homes and other crowded indoor venues as locations of superspreader events, where many people are infected at one time.
We willen dat mensen vertrouwen hebben in een Covid-vaccin. Daarvoor hebben ze goede informatie nodig. Beslissingen daarover nemen we niet op eigen houtje, maar in samenwerking met de wetenschappelijke instellingen
The No-Code Generation has the potential to finally fill that missing productivity gap in the global economy, making our lives better, while saving time for everyone.
Do you have the accurate and real-time insights you need to manage yourself out of this crisis and further help anticipate how you will adapt to a new normal? In times of crisis innovation is key.
Goede encryptie is een bouwblok, een baksteen in een huis. Belangrijk dat het er is, maar je kijkt er verder niet naar om. Dankzij AES (Advanced Encryption Standard).
Charts and maps show paradoxes of a pandemic that has claimed a million lives. Global crisis in Data.
Governments around the world have seized on the coronavirus crisis as an opportunity to expand digital surveillance and harvest more data on their citizens.
This time is unlike anything any of us has experienced, just in terms of the bombardment of data.
In response to the acute challenges the world faces during the Covid-19 pandemic, we are looking for data science projects that provide insight into the pandemic and help mitigate the spread of the virus.
In ons afvalwater schuilt een schat aan informatie. Wat wordt er nog meer allemaal afgelezen?
Learning from data: always look for answers first before building things from scratch.
We are seeing localities without any sort of data infrastructure thinking and looking into data more than ever. They need data to understand transportation issues and economic issues.
We hope you’ll use this tool to build your intuition about the comparative risk of different activities and as a harm-reduction tool to make safer choices.
The dashboard doesn’t detail where transmission is happening. There is an urgent need for such information, because people are returning to work, to socializing and to schools. That means that precisely tailored interventions are more important than ever.
De techniek van Castor zorgt voor machineleesbare output, die het mogelijk maakt om tests verder te automatiseren, gegevens her te gebruiken en schaalbaar te maken.
During a pandemic, data combined with the right context and meaning can be transformed into knowledge for informing public health responses.
The fact that we don’t have a good idea of what’s happening in real time is one of the major contributors to that failure.
In practical terms, this data shows it’s everybody’s problem now.
A reporting system in which some test results arrive via smooth data feeds but others come by phone, email, physical mail or fax, a technology retained because it complies with digital privacy standards for health information.
We need to identify and ask better questions to use data effectively in the current crisis. Part of that work means understanding what topics can be addressed through enhanced data access and analysis.
Niet iedereen vindt de termen die gebruikt worden als het over corona gaat even duidelijk. Waar staat SARS-CoV-2 voor bijvoorbeeld? En wat is COVID-19?
One of the strengths of data visualization is that it is designed for human interpretation. When visualizing these datasets, we give experts and analysts the opportunity to bring their deep contextual knowledge to bear.