How AI is helping combat homelessness in Canada during COVID-19

Hundreds of Canada's homeless have been equating out of fear of catching coronavirus in homeless shelters. Image: REUTERS/Jesse Winter

Chris Arsenault

Writer, The Thomson Reuters Foundation


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Hundreds of Canada's homeless have moved into tents out of fear of catching the disease in a shelter. Image: REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier
The homeless are particularly vulnerable from coronavirus. Image: REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

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