The studies were conducted as part of programs offered by Great Learning to develop professionals in industry-relevant digital skills such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and data science.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has featured in their global literature on coronavirus disease twenty research papers published by teachers and trainers of Great Learning as part of their Capstone project. Great Learning is a leading global adtech company for professional education and higher education. The papers were written during the first and second peaks of Covid-19, and using a number of machine learning models, including predicting Covid-19 in India, to detect the severity of Covid-19 through chest X-rays, hospital predictions. Covers many things including doing. Use of beds for Covid-19 in Telangana, animal immunity in Karnataka during the second wave and vaccination campaign in India for lockdown effectiveness. With this development, Great Learning is the first and only Indian edtech company whose student Capstone projects have been listed by WHO under World Literature.
By bringing together ‘Global Research on Coronavirus Disease’, WHO is bringing together scientists and health professionals from around the world to accelerate the research and development process and develop new strategies for the spread of the coronavirus epidemic. As part of this, WHO lists the latest and most trusted international multilingual scientific research and knowledge on Covid 19. World literature quoted in the WHO Covid 19 database is regularly updated from bibliographic database searches, hand searches, and other additions. Expert-cited scientific articles. This database presents a comprehensive multilingual source of current literature on the subject. Research papers of Great Learning students are included in this database. They have also been presented at world-renowned scientific conferences, including IEMCON 2021, CD-MAKE 2021, CSCCC 2021, AIIoT 2021, IEEE International IoT, Electronics and Mechatronics Conference and many more.
The studies were conducted as part of programs conducted by Great Learning to develop professionals in industry-relevant digital skills such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and data science. All table of contents are peer-reviewed for their accuracy. By encouraging and supporting its students to conduct research on real-world real problems and successfully publish their results through such research papers, Great Learning is able to demonstrate academic rigor and quality that only the most elite academic institutions in India can do.