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  1. Task 1: Introducing DTs

Introducing DTS

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An interesting article on the use of AI in detecting and limiting the extent of the COVID-19 pandemic and the role humans ultimately play in terms of the reactive nature to these situations and the decision-making involved.







Dr. Kamran Khan, founder and chief executive of Toronto-based BlueDot poses during an interview at his office in Toronto, Canada on February 14, 2020. – On the shores of Lake Ontario, a Canadian start-up raised one of the earliest alarms about the risk posed by the mystery virus that emerged in the Chinese city of Wuhan. How did it do it? Artificial intelligence.
BlueDot has developed an algorithm that sifted through hundreds of thousands of news stories a day along with air traffic information in order to detect and monitor the spread of infectious diseases.
It sent an alert to clients on December 31 about the new coronavirus outbreak — a few days before public health authorities made official statements. (Photo by Jorge Uzon / AFP)

  1. Task 1: Introducing DTs

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CSIRO are conducting amazing research and development into our food chains and the reliance of production on the pollination of bees. “The estimated value of pollination services from managed honey bees in Australia ranges up to¬†$6 billion a year” (CSIRO) This is a short 3-minute read about the innovative way bees are able to be tracked to help understand and improve our supply chain.

Bees with backpacks fly into schools