Following her participation in the COVID-19-dedicated plenary session that launched Virtual ISPOR 2020 (18–20 May), Nuria Oliver (Data-Pop Alliance, NY, USA) discusses some of the potential roles mobile and app technologies could play in the response against COVID-19.
To launch Virtual ISPOR 2020 (18–20 May), the society held a pre-conference plenary session dedicated to exploring roles for health economics and outcomes research during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Following her participation in this plenary session, we had the pleasure of catching up with Nuria Oliver (Data-Pop Alliance, NY, USA) to gain her insight into some of the potential roles mobile and app technologies could play in the response against COVID-19.
Oliver is an expert in artificial intelligence, serving as Chief Data Scientist at the Data-Pop Alliance, Chief Scientific Advisor at the Vodafone Institute (Berlin, Germany), Co-Founder of the European Laboratory for Learning and Intelligent Systems (Alicante, Spain) and Commissioner on artificial intelligence and COVID-19 to the President of the Valencian Region in Spain.
For more information on the citizen survey referenced during the interview, visit covid19impactsurvey.org.
The opinions expressed in this feature are those of the interviewee/author and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Evidence Base® or Future Science Group.