SGS DIGICOMPLY JOINS THE WORLD’S AI COMMUNITY TO FIGHT COVID-19
The US White House and a coalition of leading research groups have prepared a dataset of over 44,000 (and growing) scholarly articles about COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2 and related coronaviruses. There is a need to generate new insights using the advances in natural language processing and other AI techniques due to the difficulty the medical research community has in keeping up with the large and growing volume of research. The group has issued a call to action to provide tools that can help the medical community develop the answers they need to their most important questions on the virus such as:
“What is known about transmission, incubation, and environmental stability?” or "What do we know about COVID-19 risk factors?" or “What do we know about virus genetics, origin, and evolution? or “Help us understand how geography affects virality", etc.
SGS Digicomply is responding to this call to action and joining the worldwide AI experts by making available its machine learning technology, data scientists and product team.
At its core, the SGS Digicomply system actively monitors the high volume of regulatory and scientific information generated across different industries. All of the various content, regardless of format or language, can be brought into the system in a consistent manner, in English, so actionable insights can be made. The SGS Digicomply team has responded to this challenge by extending the capabilities to process this new dataset. SGS Digicomply is then being configured to offer a free solution to the medical research community so they can:
- - stay up to date on the most pertinent questions impacting their research
- - summarize their findings
- - share conclusions within the research community