COVID-19 Resources Collected by the HDSI
Researchers across Harvard are using data science to tackle the novel coronavirus in an attempt to understand its transmission and slow its spread. In this unprecedented period, we will post their stories on this website and across our social media accounts. Featured work may represent initial results of early stage research conducted at Harvard University and may not yet have undergone peer review. This research is evolving quickly.
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- Register for the Responsible Data Summit held on July 14th. Speakers include Turing Award winner Yoshua Bengio, Ron Rivest, researchers from Google Apple Exposure Notifications, other privacy-preserving contact tracing projects, and many others. t.co/yRpLXXDnrF
- Please read the Harvard Data Science Initiative's Anti-Racism Statement. t.co/1R9ZqhjWzI
- Today! t.co/UQDbfImsxS
- Just published - the final version of the paper documenting the heroic effort by a team of quarantined #DataScientists led by @BhrmarBiostat proposing methods to evaluate length and impact of #lockdown in India. #COVID19 @harvard_data @pubpub @mitpress t.co/Hv52XWRjHJ