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Facebook and Google Survey Data May Help Map Covid-19's Spread

On Apr 24, 2020
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As with other big tech Covid-tracking initiatives, one of the big unanswered questions is still how willing certain populations might be to share this kind of data—anonymized or not—if it means gaining a better understand of the current epidemic. https://t.co/GcA2Lpp6LX
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Researchers from Carnegie Mellon hope to use the data to observe and predict surges in the spread of the virus.

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On Apr 24, 2020
@WIRED shared
As with other big tech Covid-tracking initiatives, one of the big unanswered questions is still how willing certain populations might be to share this kind of data—anonymized or not—if it means gaining a better understand of the current epidemic. https://t.co/GcA2Lpp6LX
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Facebook and Google Survey Data May Help Map Covid-19's Spread

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon hope to use the data to observe and predict surges in the spread of the virus.

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