5 Technology solutions one must look out for during the COVID 19 outbreak

By : |March 25, 2020 0
During this Pandemic Covid19 situation, Technology solution that are providing some great solution

Fear is rising among the people across the nation due to the pandemic Covid19. Death and the number of cases are soaring up. There has been a complete lockdown in the nation for another 21 days.

With this the economy is at a halt, the businesses have stopped. The whole nation is uniting & fighting with the situation of Coronavirus. It is not limited to developing nations but developed nations as well. At the same time, it is the technology that is playing a great role in maintaining social distance. But the question is how long will our technology & internet sustain the opportunities provided by various organizations?

We are grateful to our doctors, & the healthcare department which is providing its support at the fullest. In such time of crisis, the Tech-health organizations are playing an important role.

Haptik: A WhatsApp nCov help desk chatbot by conversational AI firm Haptik is trained to answer questions about the virus and provide users with timely information.

CliniVantage: CliniVantage Healthcare Technologies is swooping in with a seemingly practical solution for the entire healthcare ecosystem. Backed by artificial intelligence, CliniVantage offers a platform that connects healthcare providers and consumers to expedite the process of patient examination. CliniVantage Healthcare Technologies has launched CareMate Health ATM, a digital health kiosk for smart care delivery.

Leena AI: An Indian start-up has launched a free artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled virtual helpdesk for global company employees to counter misinformation around the spread of the deadly novel coronavirus. It’s free, open-to-all “Coronavirus Helpdesk” can be accessed across mobile or web browsers.

MyJio App: Reliance Jio has also joined the initiative by launching a new self-diagnostic tool for people to test whether they have coronavirus and if there is a need to visit the health centre or not.

Coronavirus self-test risk analysis is now live on both the company’s MyJio app (both Android and iOS) and also website for PCs. It will initially start by asking if the test is for yourself or your parents, spouse, child or a friend.

Bione: Bione is a B2C platform for genetic and microbiome testing, and uses AI for predictive analysis of dietary and lifestyle recommendations. They have added the Longevity Plus kit, it has provided information about the susceptibility of a person to viruses like coronavirus, SARS-like viruses, HIV, Hepatitis C virus, etc.

The government is seeking help from the technology & healthcare startups as well. In such a situation technology is playing an integral role in our lives; trying to ease the current panic situation.

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