COVIDWISE is the first statewide deployment of the COVID-19 exposure notifications system application programming interface jointly created by Apple and Google.
The open-source model gives developers tools to manage, search and analyze various data types in real-time, and that gives IT leaders the visibility to implement a data-first strategy to deal with COVID-19.
Although standardizing the data states and localities publish is essential to COVID response. public health officials say providing better data isn’t so simple.
Thanks to social media, state and local governments’ pandemic distancing policies not only influence behavior in their jurisdictions, but impact the health of communities far away, researchers say.
Automating routine service tasks to better support citizens and employees will be key to increasing resilience during the pandemic.
To help developers improve the accuracy of facial recognition systems on people wearing masks, the National Institute of Standards and Technology published evaluation data on 89 commercial algorithms developed before the pandemic.
The COVID-19 Insights Partnership creates a framework for the Departments of Health and Human Services and Veterans Affairs to take advantage of the high performance computing and artificial intelligence resources at the Department of Energy to conduct cutting-edge COVID-19 research.
A well-designed cloud workspace infrastructure capable of not only scaling quickly but delivering a secure user experience can mean the difference between essential services continuity and a stutter step of execution problems.