K-CORE TRACING APP 

A DIGITAL CONTACT TRACER FOR COVID-19

Tracer Algorithm publicly available under GNU General Public License v3.0  -free of charge at GitHub.com/MakseLab/COVID19

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A Digital Contact Tracer Platform 

We are fighting the coronavirus pandemic using machine learning and artificial intelligence. Our algorithms are open source under GNU General Public License v3.0 and free to use and available at Github.com/MakseLab/COVID19

 

The algorithm performs digital contact tracing to halt the spreading of the pandemic at the city, state, and nation-wide level. The algorithm identifies red zones with high probability of infection to help policy makers improve social distancing protocols and directed quarantines.

Recent news

JUNE 9, 2020

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MAY 19, 2020

Etice delivers pioneering Covid-19 tracking environment in Ceará

(Article in Portuguese: Etice entrega ambiente pioneiro de rastreamento de Covid-19 no Ceará)

MAY 21, 2020

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Kcore-Tracing, the Contact-Tracing App with Latin American talent that is fighting against Covid-19

(Article in Spanish: Kcore-Tracing, la App de Contact-Tracing con talento latinoamericano que está luchando contra el Covid-19)

MAY 7, 2020

MAY 4, 2020

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KCore launches App to advance personalized targeted quarantines.

(Video in Spanish: Lanzan app para avanzar en una cuarentena personalizada y focalizada)

Argentine scientist designed an App to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

(Article in Spanish: Científico argentino diseñó una App para prevenir el contagio de coronavirus)

We collect data from the different sources. We then run our algorithms to construct contact networks of individuals to determine the super-spreaders of the epidemic. Our approach is transparent and based on network theoretical methods published in the scientific literature.

 
 

 CURRENT CASE

We initiated our analysis with the City of Fortaleza in Brazil. We identify red zones and perform digital contact tracing. Results are shared through an App developed by Ceara. 

 
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STATE-OF-THE ART

DIGITAL CONTACT TRACING MODELS

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REALTIME DATA AND

ADVANCED ANALYTICS

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POWERED BY

AI

 
 
 
 

CONTACT US

For further information please email: Prof. Hernan Makse at hmakse@ccny.cuny.edu