Computer Model Predicts Where Ebola is Most Likely to Hit Next
Using Wolfram technologies, Dr Marco Thiel from Aberdeen University created a computer model to predict which countries are most likely to suffer an Ebola outbreak next.
He said: “The US would be less at risk than the European countries, that is, it would get significant numbers of infected later. All of that seems to be qualitatively quite correct. Australia and Greenland would get the disease very late, or not at all, again in agreement with our model.”
Read more here. For a more in-depth look, see Dr. Thiel’s discussion on the Wolfram forum here.