- Some countries have adopted the use of Artificial Intelligence to deal with the effects of the coronavirus
- The coronavirus has led to the worst recorded week on the stock market since 2008
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The coronavirus continues to infect people on a daily basis and claim lives in the process.
The outbreak has stalled a number of activities all over the world due to fear of contact with infected people.
The effect of the virus has caused the Federal Reserve of the United States of America (USA) to cut interest rates in half after the worst recorded week of the stock market since 2008.
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However, details coming in suggest that Artificial Intelligence (AI) could play a role in eliminating the coronavirus canker for good, venturebeat.com has reported.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), AI and big data would play a big role in combating the virus and save lives.
UVD Robots, a Danish company has reached an agreement with Sunay Healthcare Supply to distribute its robots and spread ultraviolet lights to disinfect rooms in China.
XAG Robot has also deployed disinfectant-spraying robots and drones in the Chinese province of Guangzhou.
A hospital in Singapore is also detecting the coronavirus with the help of cameras which have been equipped with thermal sensors.
Baidu, a Chinese tech company, has also developed an AI system to predict temperature with the help of an infrared sensor.
A month ago, Shenzen MicroMultiCopter, revealed that it has deployed over 100 drones to help with spraying disinfectants and patrol of public places.
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