IBM Offers AI Research Resource to Support COVID-19 Response

IBM’s research arm has publicly released resources to help health care scientists and doctors address the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic via artificial intelligence and cloud.

The company supports the world’s efforts to gather and apply information needed for the development of a COVID-19 cure, Dario Gil, director of IBM Research, wrote in a blog post published Friday.

IBM has offered AI-powered resource builds on COVID-19 research supported by the White House and various research organizations. Qualified researchers may use this cloud-based AI resource to accelerate the analysis of both unstructured and structured data.

Health care providers will also receive free access to pandemic-related information hosted by IBM and EBSCO Information Services.

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