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620,000 people installed TraceTogether in 3 days, S’pore’s open source contact tracing app – Mothership.SG – News from Singapore, Asia and around the world

analyse - 26 mars 2020

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The app is to be open source, in order to allow other countries to adopt and adapt it for their contact tracing efforts. TraceTogether, a mobile app to support contact tracing efforts developed by the Government Technology Agency (GovTech), in collaboration with the Ministry of Health (MOH), was launched on Friday, Mar. 20.
In the three days since the app was launched, it has been installed by more than 620,000 people so far, said Minister for Foreign Affairs Vivian Balakrishnan in a (...)



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algorithme - biopolitique - contactTracing - géolocalisation - santé - Singapour - smartphone - surveillance - technologisme - Bluetooth - COVID-19 - TraceTogether - vice.com -

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