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Vector-borne Diseases in the News
According to WHO, vector-borne diseases account for more than 17% of all infectious diseases, causing more than 700,000 deaths annually. More than 80% global population live in areas at risk from at least one major vector-borne disease.
Accurate, Easy, and Real-time.
A Platform Everyone can Participate
Pest-species identification currently relies on professional experts and equipment. Meaning pest reporting can be slow and hard to cover wide areas. Linker's crowdsourcing pest control platform uses deep learning vision AI, combined with user-friendly chatbots. Maximizing pest reporting efficiency and coverage.
Unique Pest Species Recognition AI
Accurately identify pest species like dengue/malaria mosquitos across their lifecycle, e.g. egg, larva, and mosquito. Capable of identifying pest species at early stages.
Reporting pest is easier than ever, within a few clicks in the chatbot of your choice. Facilitating civil participation and maximizing pest reporting efficiency and coverage.
Governments and professionals can monitor hotspots in real-time and get actionable push alerts. Minimize response time to control pest species, and prevent vector-borne diseases from spreading.
Jul 21, 2022
Crowdsourcing Dengue Control Platform launched in Taiwan, at the same time, AI mosquito identification competition begins in Tainan City and ends on 2022/9/14.
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