Researchers Predict Future Epidemics Using Old Newspapers

Researchers Predict Future Epidemics Using Old Newspapers
technology

Scientists have created software that analyzes past events in order to predict future health threats and events.

Ryan Gerhardt
  • 5 february 2013

There’s an old axiom asserting that history repeats itself, and those who fail to learn from it are bound to make the same mistakes. With computers and data processing programs, it’s becoming easier to see the patterns in the cycles of history – now it’s time to learn from them.

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