Examining the strengths, challenges, and partnership opportunities associated with crowdsourced foodborne illness data.
An overview of how our platform works and how it can complement health department food safety efforts.
Examples of crowdsourced data helping identify outbreaks sooner than traditional methods.
A look at our verification processes and commitment to validity of user-generated data.
Leveraging AI and advanced data science technologies to gain insights.
Reviewing how our data correlates with official foodborne illness rates.
Exploring potential collaboration opportunities between health agencies and crowdsourcing platforms.
Technologies for analyzing food safety sentiment and trends on social media.
Mitigating issues like confirmation bias when working with crowdsourced data.
Hands-on demonstration of utilizing real-time crowdsourced data for food safety insights.
Patrick Quade is the founder and CEO of Dinesafe.com and Iwaspoisoned.com, platforms specializing in real-time food safety issue detection. With a background in finance from Morgan Stanley and a deep understanding of public health informatics, Patrick has over a decade of experience in food safety technology and crowdsourced surveillance systems.
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