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How the COVID-19 vaccine is similar to artificial intelligence in healthcare

On Feb 4, 2021
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  “In times of rapid change, experience could be your worst enemy.” J. Paul Getty, American business tycoon   The COVID-19 viral blitzkrieg rages on with now several mutated strains that are possibly more transmissible as well as more lethal. ...

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How the COVID-19 vaccine is similar to #artificialintelligence in #healthcare In several ways, artificial intelligence and its portfolio can be compared to the vaccine; and the deployment of AI to the vaccination process Read more: https://t.co/J6zUxy9Jt9
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How the COVID-19 vaccine is similar to artificial intelligence in healthcare

How the COVID-19 vaccine is similar to artificial intelligence in healthcare

  “In times of rapid change, experience could be your worst enemy.” J. Paul Getty, American business tycoon   The COVID-19 viral blitzkrieg rages on with now several mutated strains ...

Ethical dilemma: Who should get a COVID-19 vaccine first?

Ethical dilemma: Who should get a COVID-19 vaccine first?

Health-care workers will most likely be first to receive a COVID-19 vaccine once one is approved, but it's not clear who will, or should, be next in line.

Covid-19 Live Updates: In 5 U.S. States, Crushing Numbers and Hospitals at Capacity

Covid-19 Live Updates: In 5 U.S. States, Crushing Numbers and Hospitals at Capacity

Major coronavirus outbreaks are no longer confined to one part of the United States. Students in Chicago return to classrooms today.

“When Will We Have a Vaccine?” — Understanding Questions and Answers about Covid-19 Vaccination

“When Will We Have a Vaccine?” — Understanding Questions and Answers about Covid-19 Vaccination

Perspective from The New England Journal of Medicine — “When Will We Have a Vaccine?” — Understanding Questions and Answers about Covid-19 Vaccination

To Achieve Population-level COVID-19 Vaccinations, First Rebuild Trust

To Achieve Population-level COVID-19 Vaccinations, First Rebuild Trust

Poll after poll shows that many Americans – 30% to 50% – are unwilling to be vaccinated against COVID-19 once a vaccine becomes available. Meanwhile, officials are banking on widespread ...

How the Anti-Vaccine Community Is Responding to Covid-19

How the Anti-Vaccine Community Is Responding to Covid-19

So far, the responses from major players continue to wear down a familiar path of conspiratorial thinking and government mistrust.

Many parents are hesitant to give their kids a Covid-19 vaccine. What if schools require it?

Many parents are hesitant to give their kids a Covid-19 vaccine. What if schools require it?

"This is going to be a huge issue, and I don't think most people understand that yet," a school law attorney said.

The coronavirus vaccine frontrunners have emerged. Here's where they stand

The coronavirus vaccine frontrunners have emerged. Here's where they stand

Fast progress by several companies has spurred hopes that a vaccine is coming soon. BioPharma Dive took a closer look at nine of those efforts, and how governments are jockeying to support ...

Covid-19 Vaccination in Europe to Roll Out Slowly

Covid-19 Vaccination in Europe to Roll Out Slowly

Limited availability of approved vaccines will likely make for a slow rollout of Covid-19 vaccination programs within the European Union, dimming hopes for an imminent end to the pandemic ...

A doctor on 9 things that could go wrong with the new vaccines

A doctor on 9 things that could go wrong with the new vaccines

By worrying together, we can prevent much of this from happening.

COVID Vaccine Rollout Pits Fairness against Speed

COVID Vaccine Rollout Pits Fairness against Speed

Emergency physician Leana Wen says we must balance prioritizing those who most “deserve” a vaccine with getting people vaccinated quickly

Vaccines: Low trust in vaccination 'a global crisis'

Vaccines: Low trust in vaccination 'a global crisis'

The biggest global study into attitudes on immunisation reveals confidence is low in some regions.

COVID-19 vaccine rollout needs a shot of equity

COVID-19 vaccine rollout needs a shot of equity

Is America’s vaccination effort reaching all of those who need to be vaccinated now? From what we have seen, the answer is no.

Comparing the Covid-19 vaccines developed by Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson

Comparing the Covid-19 vaccines developed by Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson

In some respects, it's easy to make direct comparisons between the three vaccines; in others, it's more complicated.

Healthcare workers who breastfeed should be offered the covid-19 vaccine

Healthcare workers who breastfeed should be offered the covid-19 vaccine

The UK’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has advised that no breastfeeding woman should receive the Pfizer-BioNTech covid-19 vaccine. NHS Trusts have interpreted ...

To get vaccines to more people, the priority system needs to loosen up

To get vaccines to more people, the priority system needs to loosen up

The priority system that ranks categories of people in terms of who has been deemed most at-risk should be a guideline, not a hard rule.