A research agenda for Digital Proximity Tracing Apps

A team of scientists, including UZH researchers and DSI members Viktor von Wyl and Milo Puhan, looked into the question of how a digital proximity tracing app should work and proposed a research agenda for evaluation.

In a joint article in the Swiss Medical Weekly, they summarize how a digital proximity tracing app and classic contact tracking should work. They discuss methods for their evaluation and present a research agenda to assess the benefits, possible damage and costs of this new technology during an epidemic.

 

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Swiss Medical Weekly - A research agenda for digital proximity tracing apps