What role do big data and technology play in the fight against corona? What data can help save lives? How do you ensure that your personal health data is used safely?
In the podcast The Day (only available in Dutch). Merijn Doggen of RTL tech platform Bright talks about the big steps some countries are already taking in the way big data and artificial intelligence are used to predict and contain outbreaks.
Peter-Bram 't Hoen emphasizes that to make big data work for health one thing is very important: trust. He is therefore working on a large-scale new system that makes complex data studies in hospitals possible, without gaining insight into data at a personal level.
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