Artificial Intelligence can Significantly Speed up the Detection, Diagnosis and Drug Development for Coronavirus

It’s been proven — artificial intelligence (AI) is much faster than humans in identifying and predicting potential epidemics.

To be exact, it was 6 days faster than the initial CDC notice and 9 days faster than the first WHO notice for the recent coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

The use of AI in the field of epidemiology ranging from biosurveillance and diagnosis to treatment development has been around since the early 2010s, but the government and the international organizations are just realizing its potential.

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Border arrests down with help from Mexico, Latin America, says CBP chief

Agreements with Mexico and three Central American countries are increasing America’s capacity to stem the flow of illegal immigration in unprecedented ways, acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan said Tuesday.

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