Professor Allon Guez and his collaborators at Drexel University join forces with the DMway Analytics team on the global challenge of fighting COVID-19.
On March 30, 2020 DMway, a leading automated machine learning platform, announced a major new contribution to the global effort of tackling COVID-19.
DMway offers a special program that includes platform license and training free of charge for every institute that is active in researching the virus and he economic impacts of COVID-19.
Several teams from the US, Europe and Asia have already leveraged this opportunity to empower their research teams with the ability to harness data and deliver meaningful insights smarter and faster.
The DMway platform is designed to allow non-data scientists to deliver sophisticated and state-of-the-art predictive analytics models in just three clicks.
Professor Allon Guez and his collaborators at Drexel University have joined the group of DMWAY platform users in their Medical Automation projects, including a recent focus on COVID -9 related forecasting.
“It amazes us how fast you can build a high-quality predictive analytics model using the DMway platform,” Prof. Guez said. “It’s like having a complete data science team at your finger tips. It empowers every team member to build their own models and frees them up to focus on the model results rather than spending their precious time on the mechanics of data science. More time thinking and less time coding. That is what all data scientists should be doing.
“We are proud to be able to help support the global effort of fighting the coronavirus,” said DMway CEO Gil Nizri. “DMway makes artificial intelligence accessible, affordable and on-demand for the rest of us – non-data-scientists.”