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AI + blockchain against the latest variants of the new crown

Time : 23/12/2021 Author : 37pvjr Click : + -
        However, artificial intelligence is not only a tool that brings convenience to people, but some of the most significant advances it brings are also reflected in the field of medical care, and relevant technicians are pursuing more applications of new technologies every day. The warpspeed initiative is a partnership between the US government and private companies to promote and accelerate the development, manufacturing and distribution of covid-19 vaccines. It is aptly named. Less than 12 months after the sars-cov-2 pathogen was identified, a new vaccine was developed. The speed of vaccine launch can be attributed to the technology implemented in its development process to a large extent. Messenger RNA, viral vector and spike protein technology have played the largest role, but at the same time, artificial intelligence has also helped to create vaccine models.
        Researchers use natural language processing models, a sub branch of artificial intelligence, to understand the structure of viruses to predict which immune responses will be triggered by potential treatments, which is the way to finally determine the vaccine method and its content. Determining the origin of the virus before it spreads globally and targeting early outbreaks is a key procedure to prevent the spread of another coronavirus and subsequent outbreaks. Blockchain tracking technology can help who and local governments prevent the epidemic from the source, and minimize the demand for large-scale blockades that disrupt daily life and hinder sustainable economic development. Through the blockchain, analysts can track the currency transactions in the market where infected wild animals are sold, and identify the location and source of the initial transmission of the virus.
        More data means more solutions. Preventing disease transmission requires real-time information and analysis. The progress of big data analysis through artificial intelligence is completely changing the way of collecting data in health emergencies such as COVID-19. Artificial intelligence algorithms can filter data collected from intelligent devices, desktop analyzers, and hospital or pharmacy records to create a comprehensive network of relevant data for scientists to analyze. The time required for human beings to collect and collate so much original data will make the information obsolete and almost useless. In this long analysis process, the virus may have spread to other regions and mutated into new varieties.
        With the help of the virus detection sensor network supported by artificial intelligence and location tracking technology, local consultation and isolation can be implemented faster and more accurately, thus saving lives and reminding the nearby areas of the virus infection status in real time. Leukocytes or lymphocytes contain B cells that produce antibodies against pathogens and T cells that destroy targets, which target viruses by locking surface proteins on viral cells and destroying them. A new artificial intelligence model developed by researchers from the University of Alto and the University of Helsinki improves the current vaccine and provides a basis for creating new vaccines by looking for new locks and key combinations of previously unmapped T cells.
        "The artificial intelligence model we created is very flexible and applicable to all possible pathogens, as long as we have enough experimental key lock pairs," said Emmi Jokinen, a master of science and PhD student at the University of Alto. "For example, when a sufficient number of such pairings are available, we will soon be able to apply our model to the coronavirus sars-cov-2.". COVID-19 has brought unique challenges to everyone. Unprecedented public policies have been implemented to varying degrees in all parts of the world. Scientists are facing the problem of solving global epidemics with little available information. Some people have even lost contact with their families and friends.
        However, if we can combine the experience gained during the COVID-19 epidemic in various fields with the progress of artificial intelligence and blockchain technology, we can promote new understanding of how to fight the epidemic. With the help of our existing tools, we can reduce the impact of the new virus. Therefore, we hope that the world will not see a large-scale epidemic virus spread again.
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