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Researchers predict when COVID-19 Might End in the world

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Singapore Researchers predict when COVID-19 Might End in the world

An analyst from Singapore University of Technology and Design, Jianxi Luo, anticipated in an exploration report Based on Artificial Intelligence (AI)- driven information investigation, the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) has predicted that the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) crisis can soon end in specific countries, including India.

The research paper, updated 11 May, According to the university’s website calculating the data-driven estimates, the SIR (susceptible-infected-recovered) model is regressed based on the data from different countries to estimate the key dates of transition during the pandemic life cycle curve across the globe.

The model uses information from Our World in Data and code from Milan Batista and applies the SIR Model for Spread of Disease – The Differential Equation Model – to foresee when the pandemic may end in various nations and in the world. The website also states that the estimates are updated daily with the latest data and the analysis and predictions are only for educational and research purposes.

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The university has also predicted the estimated COVID-19 End Dates for a lot of different nations and the world on the loose. As indicated by its estimations, COVID-19 crisis will end in

United States: October 22, 2020.

United Kingdom: September 30, 2020.

Italy: October 23, 2020.

France: August 25, 2020.

Spain: August 15, 2020.

Germany: August 20, 2020.

India: October 19, 2020.

Turkey: September 11, 2020.

UAE: September 3, 2020

Saudi Arabia: September 10, 2020.

Qatar: September 14, 2020.

Different universities associated with comparative endeavors at anticipating the direction of the infection are Imperial College London, University of Geneva, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Los Alamos National Laboratories, and The University of Washington, Seattle.

The others are The University of Texas, Austin, Northeastern University, and the University of California, Los Angeles.

The computations show that COVID-19 will 100% end over the world on 5 January 2021.

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