How technology could help fighting emergencies like the Coronavirus outbreak without compromising privacy at scale.

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We are in the middle of a coronavirus outbreak and it’s everyone’s duty to contribute to the collective effort of limiting the virus spread. In the meanwhile, it’s inevitable to imagine how technology could help authorities and virologists make even faster and better decisions in the future. A

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Digital Platforms @ Beretta | PhD student in Statistics & Data Science @ AEM, UNIBS | Engineer | Only personal opinions here | Code is Law (cit.)

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Riccardo Zanardelli

Riccardo Zanardelli

Digital Platforms @ Beretta | PhD student in Statistics & Data Science @ AEM, UNIBS | Engineer | Only personal opinions here | Code is Law (cit.)

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