Data is among the most powerful tools in the battle to contain the spread of COVID-19. It allows government officials and policymakers to form a full, detailed picture of the spread of the virus while pinpointing areas of high and low risk. Data influences decision-makers on resource deployment and policy initiatives aimed at combating the virus effectively.
The Wall Street Journal showcases how SparkBeyond’s AI-powered problem-solving technology is helping organizations make faster and smarter decisions in response to this pandemic, while respecting privacy in gathering data.
An excerpt from the article reads:
An artificial-intelligence company based in Israel makes the cases for collecting “high-resolution” data about the movements of patients, so that more useful insights about the spread of the disease can be gleaned.
“There are safe ethical ways to do this while respecting privacy,” says Sagie Davidovich, Co-Founder and CEO of SparkBeyond. “This can save lives.”
Read the complete article here.