Open Source GitHub Repo | Non Profit Partner: https://covidsafepaths.org/
Read the Whitepapers
- Apps Gone Rogue: Maintaining Personal Privacy in an Epidemic [FULL]
- Apps Gone Rogue: Maintaining Personal Privacy in an Epidemic [SUMMARY]
- Restarting the Economy and Avoiding Big Brother
Our team is composed of a consortium of epidemiologists, engineers, data scientists, digital privacy evangelists, professors and researchers from reputable institutions, including: MIT, Harvard, The Mayo Clinic, TripleBlind, EyeNetra, Ernst & Young and Link Ventures.
Main Contact: Ramesh Raskar, MIT
CoVidActNow is a visualization of how interventions affect the impact of Corona Virus across each US State and County.
OpenMined is providing free open-source support to protect their user's data privacy.
In the News
- Wired, Phones Could Track the Spread of Covid-19. Is it a Good Idea?
- MIT Technology Review, A New App Would Say If You're Crossed Paths With Someone Who Is Infected
- Fastcompany, An app for tracking coronavirus in your community is almost here
- Science, Cellphone tracking could help stem the spread of coronavirus. Is privacy the price?
- The Wall Street Journal, MIT Researchers Launch Location-Tracking Effort for the New Coronavirus
- Forbes, Two At 2 Million Guinea Pigs And Counting: The Remarkable Rise Of Self-Monitoring In The Time Of Coronavirus
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