Monday, September 26, 2022
Published 2 Years Ago on Wednesday, Jun 24 2020 By Mounir Jamil
For those of us who aren’t scientists or healthcare workers, the pandemic might bring about feelings of helplessness. Of course, we can play our part by staying inside, maintaining good hygiene and taking our pre-cautions. But is there something more we can do? Thanks to social media, the internet, and big data-driven analytics, there are a number of online initiatives against COVID-19 that anyone can participate in. These initiatives are powered by data and show how utilizing crowdsourcing to crunch data can help mitigate the spread.
These are all great examples of online initiatives against COVID-19 that wouldn’t have been possible in previous outbreaks, simply because the necessary infrastructure to collect and process data wasn’t available yet. Hopefully, when the coronavirus is under control, the next challenge will be to develop new solutions that will prevent a future pandemic like this one.
Web 3 simply refers to the next version of the internet, which supports decentralized protocols and promises to lessen reliance on major tech firms, and grants ownership to the very people that use it. Having said that, how central is individuality in Web3? Web3, while still a vague concept, represents the read/write/own version of the […]
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