Turning pixels into policy

Run time: 15:00 – 16:00
There’s a series of complex interactions that exist between humans, animals, and their physical, built, and social environments. As global connectivity, urbanisation, and threats from climate change grow, these relationships are redefined and upsetting their balance can plunge public health into crisis. 
Understanding these relationships is key to preserving global health in the future.

Using experience and research from the richly biodiverse tropical regions of Brazil, Sabrina Li from the University of Nottingham introduces Geographic Artificial Intelligence (GeoAI). This innovative tool for mapping and revealing health inequalities across time, space, and populations may help us to understand the life course of infectious diseases and their impacts on populations. 

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11 September 2024 - 15:00
East Building EB.G.08, UEL Docklands Campus