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Twitter Stories: the future of public health

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Published on Mar 12, 2012

From stories.twitter.com. Michael J. Paul and Mark Dredz reveal secrets to public health hidden in plain sight. Any single Tweet may seem insignificant, but taken together billions of Tweets can unlock insights to our public health.

Michael J. Paul and Mark Dredz analyzed two billion Tweets for relevance to health information and then compared the results to data from the Centers for Disease Control. They demonstrated that Twitter can accurately track the spread of influenza, the peak of allergies and predict how diseases spread and change over time. Their research suggests new uses for big data.

For more follow http://twitter.com/TwitterStories

Video by: @briggles & @origiful

Music: "Cascading Circles"
Composer: Ragsdale, Thomas (PRS) (C)
Courtesy of http://APMmusic.com

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