DATA SCIENCE VS. CORONA
Israeli data scientists have taken up arms in the battle against COVID-19. Learn more about the latest initiatives driven by Israel’s most cutting-edge innovators.
COVID-19 Knowledge Graph
CovidGraph is a non-profit collaboration of researchers, software developers, data scientists and medical professionals. Our aim is to help researchers quickly and efficiently find their way through COVID-19 datasets and to provide tools that use artificial intelligence, advanced visualization techniques, and intuitive user interfaces. This allows to explore papers, patents, existing treatments and medications around the family of the corona viruses.
This AI Tool Is Putting On Scrubs to Fight Covid-19
Socrates, an AI research tool originally developed for security agencies by Israel-based company Omnisol, is now being used by Israeli hospitals to advance coronavirus research.
Author: Raphael Kahan, Calcalist
Concept Drift and the Impact of COVID-19 on Data Science
While concept drift has always been an issue for data science, its impact has accelerated aggressively and has reached unprecedented levels due to the COVID-19 pandemic. And this is likely to occur again as the world starts to prepare for COVID recovery, and human behavior is altered once again.
Author: Yaron Haviv
The Latest on COVID-19 Vaccine Developments and Drug Discoveries
As the race for a vaccine and treatment for COVID-19 continues, our team of Life Sciences experts have been leveraging our new COVID-19 Playbook to monitor vaccines in development, drug trends, and drug repurposing.
Author: Signals Analytics
VocalisHealth COVID-19 Voice Study
Use Voice to Fight COVID-19: We are launching an initiative to collect your voices with a goal to be able to triage, screen and monitor COVID-19 virus.
Donate your voice to help those suffering from COVID-19 and rapidly build a point-of-care diagnostic to save lives.
A framework for identifying regional outbreak and spread of COVID-19 from one-minute population-wide surveys
Coronavirus infection spreads in clusters, and early identification of these clusters is critical for slowing down the spread of the virus. Here we propose that daily population-wide surveys that assess the development of symptoms caused by the virus could serve as a strategic and valuable tool for identifying such clusters and informing epidemiologists, public-health officials and policymakers.
Author: Rossman, H., Keshet, A., Shilo, S.
EuroMOMO Graphs and Maps
Our vision is to further expand the collaboration and mortality monitoring activity by including new countries to the network and to continuously explore the potential of timely mortality data. By conducting regular network activities, partners will learn and exchange best practices on how to apply data from real-time mortality monitoring for risk assessment, in particular as regards cross-border threats and the management of the public health response to emergencies.
The race to develop a COVID-19 vaccine involves many steps. Data is coming from so many sources, so quickly, that it is nearly impossible to keep up, not only with data collection, but also with harmonizing and extracting meaningful information. Signals Analytics cuts through the noise to provide actionable insights and alleviates the burden researchers and analysts face as they look for clues that will speed up vaccine development and understand ways to repurpose existing drugs for treatment. To do our part in finding a race for a vaccine, we are providing our COVID-19 Playbook is at no-cost.
Author: Signals Analytics
Fighting the Covid-19: All the datasets and data efforts in one place
Keeping track of all the data efforts regarding the Coronavirus is hard. That is why I have gathered all the relevant datasets and data efforts in one place. The list is being updated on a daily basis, so check it out often.
Author: Uri Eliabayev
First thing's first
How are you feeling? Really.
Weizmann Institute researchers are collaborating with health authorities to constantly map the spread of Corona virus and to protect us all - - and all by taking 2 minutes every day to tell us how you're feeling.
Author: The Weizmann Institute