We’re thrilled to announce Spotlight Project teams for the Pandemic Response Hackathon! Given the breadth of ideas and strong submissions across many teams, it was extremely difficult to narrow down the list. Congratulations to all 230+ project teams on your hard work this past weekend!
Together with the leading experts in the virology of the Charité Berlin, we made a chatbot based hotline available, which advises you if you should get tested or not. This weekend we would like to make the hotline ready for deployment in German and translate it into English.
The model uses data from CMS to create a vulnerability index. We have already scored over 2 million individuals with the data, and we wanted to build the site to offer this scoring mechanism to the wider population.
It models human behavior regarding sheltering during a pandemic in a simulated city. We want people to be able to create their own simulations. While it is not perfect, it solves our core mission - to get people thinking more seriously about shelter in place.
A Typical Field Hospital installation would include a Ward and Anterooms. The Anterooms are connected to the Ward via waterproof zippers, to keep the spaces pneumatically connected. The entire tent is made of various types of fabric, all sourced in the USA.
COVIDStay allows either an individual or a staffer acting on their behalf to create a credentialed account, answer questions allowing the system to determine whether they are eligible for self-separation accommodation, assign them to a hotel room, monitor the inventory of hotel rooms available, and track the arrival and departure of the qualified individual.
EtherMed’s Covid solution creates an instant backtrace after a known infection, and identifies all current and past physical locations of the infected with a list of those they’ve been in contact with. Administrators then, for the first time, have the ability to know, notify, and manage those needing isolation.
The heart of the website is a list of small actions and habits that make us healthier, happier, and more connected. The list is organized around four categories: healthy eating and exercise, relaxing activities like meditation, creative outlets and new hobbies, and ideas for reaching out to help others.
Each week, players in our app will get a new challenge to keep themselves busy and engaged -- like signup for an online course, go outside for personal exercise, or schedule daily videochats -- along with 3 bubbles -- which are 3 chances to survive the week without bursting your social distance bubble.
Thank you to our sponsors, partners, and participants!