After an emergency meeting on February 11, the White House called on leading Silicon Valley technology companies to jointly develop AI solutions to deal with the Covid-19 epidemic.
According to The Next Web, after an emergency meeting on February 11, the White House called on leading technology companies in Silicon Valley to jointly develop AI solutions to deal with the Covid-19 epidemic.
At the meeting, Michael Kratsios, White House technology director, introduced a new database of corona virus-related documents that the government plans to release in the coming days. Kratsios then also urged the collaborative technology community to use AI technology to deliver viable solutions from the data warehouse.
“Companies that own advanced technology and large online platforms will play an important role in this vital battle. Today’s meeting points to a new direction and we plan to continue to discuss the solution to repress the Covid-19 epidemic, ”Kratsios said.
The Next Web said a number of government officials and leading technology giants in the United States, including Amazon, Apple, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, IBM, Twitter and Cisco, attended the emergency meeting lasting about two hours. this.
According to two Politico sources, the White House also asked attendees to provide the government with any data that could help track and manage the virus. However, a spokesman for the Office of Science and Technology Policy of the White House later denied this information.
The Washington Post also revealed that some companies like Amazon even showed up at the meeting to tout their technology. According to the global online sales giant, the system of cloud tools can completely help track tourists and control disease situation.