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SegmentFault thinks no message: On March 31, Google officially announced the launch of a project called the Novel Coronavirus Public Datasets (COVID-19), which will host a Public database of epidemic related data that is open and freely accessible and analyzed by outsiders.

About COVID-19 Public DataSets

These data sets are tagged “COVID-19” and can be searched and queried from the Google Cloud Console Market and BigQuery (a fully managed data warehouse) user interface with a few examples.

Researchers can also use Google’s BigQuery ML service, which enables users to train machine learning models on COVID-19 datasets by using SQL queries to create and execute machine learning (the core of artificial intelligence) models in BigQuery.

According to Google, if you combine any data set with a non-COVID-19 data set, the bytes processed will count toward the BigQuery Sandbox, with a query limit of 10GB to 1TB of storage per month, and a charge as per volume after that.

Due to the public nature of the project, it is now completely free for users to query, and this policy will continue until September 15th.

In addition, Google has launched a dedicated page and search portal to organize resources about COVID-19, and the tech giant’s parent company, Alphabet, has stepped up its disease-screening program.

COVID-19 public dataset program: Making data freely accessible for better public outcomes