African AI Platform To Host Webinar On How Machine Learning Can Be Used To Fight COVID-19

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Zindi the data science platform that connects data scientists and people who need their problems solved is hosting a free webinar titled “From Models to Medical Care: in conversation with epidemiologists on the scientific frontlines.

The webinar will see 3 epidemiologists; Prof Wim Delva, Dr Brooke Nichols and Dr Elaine Nsoesie discuss how machine learning models are put into practice in the fight against COVID-19.

Zindi’s data scientist Johno Whitaker will also discuss Machine Learning approaches from one of their recently held competitions along with a question and answer session.

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For data scientists and those in healthcare this will be an insightful webinar to tune into. The Zoom webinar will be hosted on the 5th of May from 5 PM- 7 PM.

Register for Zindi: From Models to Medical Care: in conversation with epidemiologists on the scientific frontlines Webinar.


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