How Global Citizens Experience COVID-19 And Why We Need Global Solidarity More Than Ever

April 9th, 2020

From a lack of food to a lack of jobs and no effective support mechanisms where it is most needed.   By Rudradeb Mitra    I am worried if killing the economies is worth it if we so laxly approach the support for the most affected populations? — Dawid,

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How To Estimate Possibly Undetected COVID-19 Infection Cases

April 7th, 2020

Country-wide estimations for undetected Covid-19 cases and recommendations for enhancing testing facilities.   By Nikhel Gupta   Why estimating undetected Covid-19 cases is crucial? An estimation of the undetected Covid-19 cases is important for authorities to pl

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Using AI to Enable Data-Driven Response Actions During Pandemics

April 2nd, 2020

Palo Alto-based startup Omdena wants to use AI to help governments make data-driven decisions when dealing with pandemics like the coronavirus     By Laura Clark Murray    Palo Alto, California, March 30, 2020 –  When travel is restricted, schools clo

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Fears, Expectations, And Hopes: Voices From 25 Countries As COVID19 Crisis Continues

April 1st, 2020

Why we need a global approach to solve crises like the Coronavirus and what role do fears, expectations, and hopes play in different countries and communities.   By Rudradeb Mitra    This crisis shows both the interdependence among countries in the world as w

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The Relation between Covid-19 News Articles and Stock Exchange Prices

March 27th, 2020

A machine learning approach to understand the relation between the news media articles and the downfall of stock exchanges — Panic or Information?   By Nikhel Gupta   Covid-19 is undoubtedly a cruel virus and we have seen it ripping families apart around the

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