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A team of coding experts built an AI-powered platform during a marathon 60-hour session to help this nonprofit supply medical equipment needs to fight coronavirus

Business Insider Monday, 6 April 2020
A team of coding experts built an AI-powered platform during a marathon 60-hour session to help this nonprofit supply medical equipment needs to fight coronavirus· A software platform with data on the areas hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic, as well as the medical supplies that they are most in need of, is bolstering nonprofit Helena's efforts to supply hospitals with much-needed equipment. 
· The platform was the outcome of a 60-hour marathon coding effort by Will Jack, the...
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