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Study predicts end of coronavirus worldwide using artificial intelligence

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As Covid-19 cases cross three million across the globe, a Singapore-based university has predicted the end of the coronavirus pandemic in 131 countries with the help of artificial intelligence (AI).

The study, conducted by University of Technology and Design (SUTD), used data on the basis of the SIR (susceptible-infected-recovered) model to predict the key dates of transition during the coronavirus lifecycle across the globe.

The model took its data from Our World in Data and code from Milan Batista and applieed the SIR Model for Spread of Disease also known as the Differential Equation Model, to predict the end of Covid-19.

The website also stated that the estimates were updated daily with the latest data and the analysis and predictions are only for educational and research purposes.

Through mathematical modeling, the university has predicted that the pandemic is likely to end 97 per cent in the world on May 21 and end 100 per cent on December 8, 2020.

Although some countries, including Bahrain and Qatar, will see the last of its fresh cases in February 2021.

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As per the forecast made by the study the virus will end in different nations on the following dates:

India-May 21

United States-last week of August (97 per cent around May 11)

Italy-last week of August (97 per cent around May 7)

Iran-May 10

Turkey-May 15

United Kingdom-May 9

Spain-beginnning of May

France-May 3

Germany-April 30

Canada-May 16


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