Koi Tū webinar: Digital technology for contact tracing

Updated 3 July 2020

Thank you to the attendees of today’s Koi Tū webinar on Digital Technologies for Contact Tracing, presented by Dr Andrew Chen.

Here are links to the recording and the presentation slides.

Webinar information

Want to learn more about contact tracing? What are the technology options that can assist? How do the data flows work? Why is it so hard to get it right?

As the world grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic, part of the discussion has been about using modern technologies to help with contact tracing – finding the contacts of infected people so that we can cut chains of transmission.

Koi Tū Research Fellow Dr Andrew Chen is giving a public Zoom lecture this Friday 3 July at 12 pm (New Zealand time).

If you want to learn more about the complexity behind the scenes, this will be a good introduction. Andrew will cover the technical elements of tracing systems, the policy considerations such as privacy, usability, and effectiveness, and provide some short international case studies.