COVID-19 Roundup: Esri, Gravy, Womply & More

As the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps the globe, big data and AI have emerged as crucial tools for everything from diagnosis and epidemiology to therapeutic and vaccine development. Here, we collect the latest news in how big data is fighting back against COVID-19.

Analytics provider Information Builders has announced enhancements to its Omni-HealthData solution and new data visualizations and dashboards as part of its expanding COVID-19 Resource Center. The Omni-HealthData dashboard now tracks hospital readmissions and discharges by location, period, conditions, and more, and the Resource Center now includes a predictive model combining data from two neural networks. To read more, click here.

A team at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering has developed a machine learning model to help the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) predict the spread of COVID-19. The model is epidemiology-driven – rather than relying on confirmed cases and fatalities – and is one of only two models in the 13-model hub that uses machine learning. To read more about the model, click here.

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and Esri have partnered to provide free access to geospatial technology that will help governments in Latin America and the Caribbean track critical equipment and assets, manage supply chains, and maintain continuity during the COVID-19 pandemic. To read more, click here.A team at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering has developed a machine learning model to help the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) predict the spread of COVID-19. The model is epidemiology-driven – rather than relying on confirmed cases and fatalities – and is one of only two models in the 13-model hub that uses machine learning. To read more about the model, click here.

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