With insights from the World Health Organization, the Forum and Automation Alley’s own leadership team, we’re striving to get beyond the noise to offer helpful information to keep you safe, healthy and in business.
As the North American Advanced Manufacturing Hub (AMHUB) for The World Economic Forum, Automation Alley is dedicated to continuously updating our members and stakeholders with important coronavirus information from The World Economic Forum’s global network of experts. With insights from the World Health Organization, the Forum and Automation Alley’s own leadership team, we’re striving to get beyond the noise to offer helpful information to keep you safe, healthy and in business.
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Keeping the elderly safe: Why older people are high risk and helpful tips to keep them protected. Read more.
Lockdowns work. Here’s why: How the young can halt the spread of COVID-19. Read more.
Understanding the pandemic: Most COVID-19 transmission is from people who show no symptoms. Read more.
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When might experimental drugs to treat Covid-19 be ready? A forecast. Read more.
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The spread of solidarity: COVID-19 is bringing out the best in many people. Read more.
That COVID-19 map could be a trap: Hackers are using them to spread malware. Read more.
Come together and innovate in a time of need: Open-source project spins up 3D-printed ventilator validation prototype in just one week. Read more.
Science matters: Imperial College London is offering a free Coursera class on COVID-19. Read more.
Bosses speed up plans to automate: 41% of employers globally prepare for automation after the crisis. Read more.
What happens after you recover from coronavirus? Studies differ on how long recovered patients will remain infectious. Read more.