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Engineering Way of Stopping the Pandemic A Realistic Path Forward With Help From Artificial Intelligence

Bahman Zohuri1,4*, Farahnaz Behgounia2, Ziba Zibandeh Nezam3 and Masoud J Moghaddam4

1Golden Gate University, Ageno School of Business, San Francisco, California 94105, USA

2Golden Gate University, Ageno School of Business, San Francisco, California 94105, USA

3Department of Physics, University campus 2, University of Guilan, Rasht, Iran

4Galaxy Advanced Engineering, a consulting Company, USA

Corresponding Author

Received Date: January 11, 2021;  Published Date: January 18, 2021


Since March of 2020 CORONA virus that is known as COVID-19, has had a devasting tow not only on our daily economy globally and nationally, but also has the tremendous psychological adverse on individual’s due isolation from lockdown and stay home order from authorities in charge. Crisis from the impact of COVID-19, must lead to a different economy recovery, even though, we now have at least two claiming discovery of new vaccines by two different pharmaceutical manufactures. Comes with the discovery of these two types of vaccines is now going from manufactures to the arms of people through shipping and then delivery and administration of the vaccine in form of two doses. Then with that we need to have means of inventory to be able to have enough vaccine for such distribution and delivery/administration of it.

Now that the world is facing an unprecedented test, in particular with a new version of virus known as UK Corona, we need to find a need realistic path going forward to deal with all the side effects of this virus. Thus, we need to find a way out of this crisis not only to use all of our medical knowledge, but combined without innovative engineering and technologies, which have at our disposal such as Artificial Intelligence (AI). With help from AI and its sub-components such as Machine Learning (ML) that learns from vast data that we are collecting through Deep Learning (DL), we will find that path going forward. And this is the moment of truth.

Keywords:Artificial intelligence; Machine learning; Deep learning; Pandemic COVID-19; Vaccination; Delivery and distribution; Racial minorities and effective of vaccination

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