The ongoing global coronavirus crisis warrants the use of new and innovative technologies. An AI consortium created by UC Berkeley and the University of Illinois, will deploy AI to help address this situation.
Finding a solution to the coronavirus crisis has been an ongoing challenge all over the world.
Using AI to Address Coronavirus Spreading
Using interesting technologies may be the best option in this particular regard.
Artificial intelligence, widely touted as a major development in technology, can have prominent consequences and use cases in this regard.
UC Berkeley and the University of Illinois see merit in applying AI to the current coronavirus crisis.
It is the first initiative of this joint venture, as it primarily focuses on solving major societal issues.
Combined with machine learning and the internet of things, artificial intelligence can be of great value.
Known as the Digital Transformation Institute, the consortium is composed of scientists, researchers, and innovators.
Current proposals to address the coronavirus situation are welcome, and must be submitted by May 1, 2020.
Mitigating the spread of COVID-19 is now the first order of business.
Coming up with solutions to achieve that goal has proven to be difficult, although social distancing is a worthwhile option to explore.
With AI, design sampling and strategy testing becomes viable, potentially leading to different countermeasures and solutions.