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One for the Future

Make use of ML to determine the pattern in which Covid is spreading, how we can curb it & try to predict such similar epidemics in advance.

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I'll be making use of CNNs and data analytics to study the rapid spread of Covid-19. The model trained on this data can be used to predict similar life threatening diseases and help alert the government and businesses, so they are better prepared to handle such situations. It will help reduce mortality rates as well.

What is the need are you focusing on?

In spite of having progressed so much, there is a lack of strong data analytics and prediction model to predict such diseases, their timeline and the losses such an adverse situation can cause.

Which type of submission are you sharing?

  • Identifying a gap that needs to be addressed

Describe the business pivot or adaptation in 3-4 sentences.

Intelligent software and analysis model

Do you plan to implement this solution?

  • I plan to share with an implementing organization

Describe the impact that this solution will create in the world.

Advance Prediction will help in being better prepared and benefit humankind!

What is your profession?


Where are you located (country)?


Where are you located (region)?

  • North America

What industry is your business/company in?

  • Education

What kind of stakeholders and partnerships are needed to pursue this solution?

  • Funding- Investment
  • Stakeholders/Partnerships- NGOs
  • Stakeholders/Partnerships- Private Sector
  • Stakeholders/Partnerships- Government


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Photo of Isaac Jumba

Hi Anket Sah , great to have you in the challenge. Exciting how you are envisioning around using ML to future predict cases such as ML. Have you already started working on the idea?

Might be interesting to also check out this toolkit with resources such as medical experts and medical researchers:

Photo of Anket Sah

Hi @Issac Jumba, Thank you for sharing the website! I'm in the initial phase and gathering reliable data, will start working on it soon. How about you?