Manceps is enlisting its data scientists and machine learning experts in the fight against the pandemic.

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Manceps Volunteers its AI Experts for Coronavirus Research.

Manceps Volunteers its AI Experts for Coronavirus Research.

Portland, OR — Manceps, the artificial intelligence research and engineering firm, announced Friday that they are volunteering their AI experts and data scientists to help with COVID-19-related research initiatives.

“We’re getting in this fight,” says Manceps CEO, Al Kari. “Artificial Intelligence is one of the most powerful tools we have. We are putting it to work against this pandemic, and we will win.

Although, AI has a myriad different use cases, the company outlined a few areas that they think they could make a meaningful impact — 
 
✔ DISEASE RESEARCH. Manceps can help you leverage machine learning and pattern recognition to learn more about the disease or accelerate research into finding a cure.
✔ PREDICTIVE MODELING. Add complexity and feature engineering to disease models to predict future outbreaks and trends.
✔ DIAGNOSTICS. Deploy image recognition to diagnose and prioritize patients more easily.
✔ CROWD FEVER DETECTION. Leverage pattern recognition to identify those with high fevers in large group settings like airports or sporting events.
✔ SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT. Predict shortages of personal protective equipment before they impact frontline doctors and nurses.

Companies that would like to participate in the program can apply by visiting https://manceps.com/pandemic

About Manceps:

Manceps, a Google partner, is an artificial intelligence research and engineering firm based out of Portland, Oregon. The company brings AI strategy and solutions to enterprise organizations, particularly those in healthcare. Visit https://manceps.com for more information.
 
Press Contact:

Luke Renner, CMO
(503) 922-1164
media@manceps.com

06.04.2020

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