Webinar

Preventing the Next Pandemic: Leveraging Technology for Early Warning of Spreading Infectious Illness.

Wednesday, April 14, 2021
Speaker
Inder Singh

Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Kinsa, Inc.

Presider

Adjunct Senior Fellow for Business and Foreign Policy, Council on Foreign Relations

Roundtable Series on Technology, Innovation, and American Primacy and Digital and Cyberspace Policy Program

The rapid rate of infection in the ongoing pandemic is catalyzing technological innovation to prevent the next potential pandemic from ever reaching a global scale. Technology is the essential tool for early testing, detection, and tracking. Through the use of modern data science techniques to develop epidemiological forecast models and personal technology such as smart thermometers and wearables to track trends across regions, preventative measures are more powerful than ever before. Inder Singh, founder and CEO of Kinsa Inc., discusses the current and changing landscape of technology and infectious disease prevention.

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