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Nearly 40% of Icelanders are using a covid app—and it hasn’t helped much

analyse - 22 mai 2020

lire sur le site originel >>> (MIT Technology Review)

The country has the highest penetration of any automated contact tracing app in the world, but one senior figure says it “wasn’t a game changer.”
When Iceland got its first case of covid-19 on February 28, an entire apparatus sprang into action.
The country had already been testing some people at high risk of catching the virus, thanks to DeCode genetics, a local biotech company. Once the arrival of the disease was confirmed, it began rapidly rolling out public testing on a much wider scale. (...)



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algorithme - consentement - contactTracing - Islande - santé - smartphone - technologisme - Apple - Bluetooth - COVID-19 - Google - GPS - technologyreview.com -

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