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University of Wisconsin Partners with Survey Analytics to Track Flu Activity Through Crowdsourcing Smartphone App
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"With OutSmart Flu, we are crowdsourcing flu surveillance at UW-Madison," says Population Health Sciences professor Dr. Ajay Sethi. "Beyond just collecting the data, we are making...

Benjamin FosselOct 01, 2013 04:29 am GMT2305 views
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University of Wisconsin Partners with Survey Analytics to Track Flu Activity Through Crowdsourcing Smartphone App
Flu Tracking - Influenza Crowdsourcing
document Distributed Knowledge

Thousands die each year from Influenza. You can help keep everyone healthier and better informed this flu season and maybe even help minimize the spread. Just submit any information on friends or...

Samuel BennettNov 23, 2011 02:13 am GMT1651 views
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Flu Tracking - Influenza Crowdsourcing
Latest flu-related tech is largely about the greater good, not you
article Distributed Knowledge, Tools

Take Flu Near You, the crowdsourced flu surveillance tool (both Web- and app-based) that asks users to anonymously report their flulike symptoms (or lack thereof) once a week. The project is...

Jayne AnnJan 26, 2014 02:18 pm GMT503 views
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Latest flu-related tech is largely about the greater good, not you
This New App Uses Crowdsourcing to Help You Avoid the Flu
article Distributed Knowledge, Tools

A free crowdsourcing technology is revolutionizing the way influenza outbreaks are shared by digitally tracking the virus across the United States. SOURCE LINK to the full article:...

Jason RobbinsOct 08, 2014 04:55 am GMT464 views
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This New App Uses Crowdsourcing to Help You Avoid the Flu
Harvard ‘GoViral’ project will track the flu virus by zipcode
article Distributed Knowledge

It turns out a little crowdsourcing can go a long way. Last year, Chunara mailed flu kits to volunteers in Boston with instructions to send in a spit and swab sample when they got sick. This...

Harshida PatelNov 05, 2014 06:59 am GMT326 views
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Harvard ‘GoViral’ project will track the flu virus by zipcode
Flu Near You campaign aims to improve monitoring of flu outbreaks, vaccinations
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Members of the team that developed Google Flu Trends have joined a new effort to improve methods for monitoring flu outbreaks and vaccination rates. The Skoll Global Threats Fund in partnership...

Fritz SchaeferNov 08, 2012 02:49 am GMT1623 views
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Flu Near You campaign aims to improve monitoring of flu outbreaks, vaccinations
Google and Twitter Help Track Influenza Outbreaks
article Distributed Knowledge

In tracking the flu, physicians and public health officials have a host of new surveillance tools at their disposal thanks to crowdsourcing and social media. Such tools let them get a sense of the...

Jayne AnnJan 11, 2013 03:33 am GMT1285 views
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Google and Twitter Help Track Influenza Outbreaks
Twitter Helps Track Flu Outbreaks
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According to the CDC, 41 states have already reported widespread influenza activity, which is five weeks earlier than usual. Luckily, physicians and public health officials now have a host of...

Samuel BennettJan 15, 2013 06:58 am GMT1293 views
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Twitter Helps Track Flu Outbreaks
Gotten your flu vaccine yet? New app makes it easier to find one
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The flu tracking app relies on crowdsourcing—thousands of people who register and report how they’re feeling on a day to day basis. So far, only 1 percent of flu trackers in the Boston area report...

Jayne AnnSep 26, 2013 03:41 am GMT1000 views
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Gotten your flu vaccine yet? New app makes it easier to find one
Can Crowdsourcing Beat the Flu?
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Health professionals around the world already use online tools, such as Google Flu Trends, Health Map or Global Public Health Intelligence Network to track the spread of infectious diseases....

Jason RobbinsNov 18, 2011 04:16 am GMT1735 views
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Can Crowdsourcing Beat the Flu?
An Easy Way To Stay Away From Someone With The Flu [AUDIO INTERVIEW]
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A website that shows you where the people with sniffles and coughs are located so you can stay healthy. Sickweather is a site that aims to provide consumers with real-time information about illness...

Marco TorquatiFeb 11, 2012 02:22 pm GMT1210 views
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An Easy Way To Stay Away From Someone With The Flu [AUDIO INTERVIEW]
Some decide against getting a flu shot
article Distributed Knowledge

With weeks and weeks to go until flu season ends, there’s no shortage of experts urging people to get inoculated. But some would rather crowd source the decision on social media sites, putting...

Jason RobbinsJan 12, 2013 11:58 am GMT1385 views
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Some decide against getting a flu shot
Social apps help track flu cases
article Distributed Knowledge, Tools

Another map called "Flu Near You" relies on 40,000 volunteers to report every week if they have the flu. Just click on any city. "And it will show you whether the flu risk is...

Jason RobbinsJan 16, 2013 09:13 am GMT1967 views
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Social apps help track flu cases
Tracking the Flu Outbreak With the Crowd’s Help

Not sure how severe the flu outbreak is in your neighborhood? Check out these crowd-powered tools that are making it easy to track the epidemic. 

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Anton RootJan 23, 2013 06:36 pm GMT15129 views
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Flu Survey
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From the name itself, flusurvey is a project geared towards alleviating the influenza virus as well as coming with a plan to combat the virus.

Carl EspostiDec 17, 2010 09:17 pm GMT974 views
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Flu Survey
Can you crowdsource health information via Twitter?
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Although the study was intended primarily as a “proof of concept,” in order to show that filtering information from Twitter could produce valuable data, the researchers said they uncovered some...

Luis Enrique MoralesJul 08, 2011 01:59 am GMT2589 views
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Can you crowdsource health information via Twitter?
Crowdsourcing the Common Cold

With flu season in full swing many parts of the world, the folks at Sickweather hit on just the right time to launch their new website, which uses the crowdsourcing model to track the dreaded flu infection. The Sickweather team hopes that users will use this new software as a way to avoid catching flu this winter. We took a look at this new website to see what it’s all about.

Sickweather LLC, based in Baltimore, was co-founded and launched by three guys who grew up together in that area. They built the website as a way of getting a “perspective on when sickness bubbles up, where it travels and how it affects our lives.”

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Debbie ToddNov 21, 2011 09:50 pm GMT3281 views
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Crowd Coffee: January 28

In this Tuesday edition: crowdsourcing flu prevention; Appirio's Singh on crowdsourcing trends; open-source and innovation; Kickstarter-funded projects have a bad delivery record for Nintendo games, one blog finds; Dragon Innovation offering prize for million-dollar projects; and two equity crowdfunding compliance firms pop up.

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Crowdsourcing.orgJan 28, 2014 02:33 pm GMT1806 views
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Crowd Coffee: September 30
Crowdfunding, Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

In this edition of Crowd Coffee: more teachers turning to crowdfunding for classrooms; FundRazr campaign stopped because of threats; crowdsourcing flu symptoms near you; UK orders sharing economy review; four packaging innovation ideas to come out of open innovation; and more.

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Crowdsourcing.orgSep 30, 2014 11:19 am GMT1466 views
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Ebola Crisis May Surpass Traditional Tracking Capabilities
article Distributed Knowledge

Whereas the early days of crowdsourcing data for flu were marked by skepticism by epidemiologists, Shaman said scientists and policy makers alike now accept that supplemental data can offer...

Samuel BennettOct 23, 2014 03:51 am GMT346 views
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Ebola Crisis May Surpass Traditional Tracking Capabilities
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