Considering the current situation in the world, blockchain has become more relevant than ever. As the situation evolves and human lives are endangered, the need for transparency, visibility, and trust is emphasized in all interactions that we have, whether they are professional, private, or with the environment in general.
In every pandemic crisis throughout the history, analyzing data and numbers mattered. And the history isn’t short. In modern days, collected information material on crisis was analyzed upon the end of each pandemic, resulting in statistic reports, based on which key takeaways were drawn out. This knowledge accumulation is invaluable, and represents the foundation of modern epidemiology, setting up the rules and guidelines for handling pandemic crisis situations. On the other hand, there’s no doubt that AI provides an abundant arsenal of tools used to fight pandemic.