Cuebiq Spearheads COVID-19 Data Collaborative
By Isabel Sperry
Big data sources are of paramount importance today more than ever before. During the COVID-19 pandemic, big data can provide critical insights into the dynamic state, spread, and impact of the coronav...
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Cuebiq’s Data for Good Program Provides UNICEF with High-Precision Human Mobility Data for Real-Time Response to Humanitarian Needs
Data sharing partnership will support UNICEF’s efforts around epidemiology, disaster preparedness and response, and detecting demographic biases in developing regions New York, (September 10, 2019) – Cuebiq, a leader in offline location intelligence and consumer insights, today announced a partnership with United Nations International Children’s Fund (UNICEF). Through its Data...
Smartphone location data can tell if people stay home during the pandemic. Experts worry users are sacrificing privacy for safety.
The coronavirus outbreak has sparked a new use for data smartphones collect about users’ locations.
R.I. travel being watched for economy reopening
Rhode Island travel has sunk below the national average since Raimondo’s warning, according to Cuebiq.com, although movement everywhere now appears to be on the rise.