Announced March 27e, The IBM Blockchain platform will support the data transfer service for the MiPasa project. MiPasa uses data analysis and confidentiality tools for public health analysis of COVID-19.
The information comes from the World Health Organization, the Center for Disease Control and other similar agencies.
According to the press release, “MiPasa is designed to synthesize data sources, correct inconsistencies, help identify errors or misrepresentations, and seamlessly integrate new credible flows. Our hope is that this tool can help technologists, data scientists and public health officials by providing them with the data they need on a large scale to respond and devise solutions that can help control the epidemic or support recovery. “
A multidisciplinary group of health professionals supports MiPasa. Alongside software developers and privacy experts who work together to collect quality, reliable data and make it accessible to the appropriate entities.
Member integration is via the unlimited network, which runs a production version of Hyperledger Fabric from the Linux Foundation on multiple clouds. IBM was among the first supporters of the unlimited network.
MiPasa begins to take off.
From their website, companies such as IBM, Oracle and Microsoft, as well as organizations like the World Health Organization and John Hopkins University, among others, support the effort.