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AI-Powered Symptom Screening Technology to Help Fight Spread of COVID Virus in Canada

Today’s shopping trip is not the same trip it was just six months ago. It doesn’t matter whether you’re talking about visiting the local grocery store, a shopping centre or your favourite independent bookstore, the general look and feel of the trip has changed. It’s become altered. Or, to borrow a buzzword most often used to describe sudden change within the industry, much about the physical retail experience has been disrupted. Only this time, the disruption has not come as the result of a new channel through which to sell product or the introduction of an alternate method of payment. And its impact, as evidenced by multiple store closures throughout the country, has been profound and could prove to linger longer than we’d all prefer.

The disruption this time around is, of course, that caused by the implications surrounding the COVID-19 global pandemic. The virus will forever be linked to the year 2020 and remembered for a lifetime by those unfortunate enough to have lived through it. It’s forced the shutdown of physical spaces the world over, prohibited the gathering of crowds, and has forced us all to live and interact with one another differently. No matter how you look at our current situation, the change we’ve all been subjected to has been immense. Despite all of this, however, as communities and businesses continue to open and adapt to a new normal, the need in people to enjoy tactile experiences, to satisfy their appetites as social creatures, persists. The only question for retailers going forward is: how safe and comfortable can they make their in-store experience for visitors? Not surprisingly, a good portion of the answer could lie in the promise of artificial intelligence technology.

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Predictmedix Inc. and Juiceworks Provide Safe Entry Solutions to Facility Managers at IFMA World Workplace in Texas

TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / September 3, 2020 Predictmedix Inc. (CSE:PMED)(OTCQB:PMEDF) (“Predictmedix” or the “Company”) and Juiceworks Exhibits (Juiceworks) are pleased to announce the deployment of their Safe Entry Solutions at the IFMA 40th World Workplace this December at the Gaylord Texan Resort hotel and convention Centre from December 9-11, 2020.

Hosted by the International Facility Management Association (IFMA), World Workplace has been leading ground-breaking discussions and discoveries related to facility management and the built environment for 40 years. As the original all-encompassing learning and networking event on facilities and how to manage them, World Workplace remains the gold standard in facility management education, knowledge exchange, career development and professional network building.

IFMA is committed to ensuring all delegates, exhibitors and staff can attend the conference with peace of mind, knowing that their safety is of paramount importance.

Safe Entry Stations utilize patent-pending disruptive artificial intelligence developed in collaboration with clinicians and infectious disease specialists to screen for multiple symptoms associated with infectious disease, results display in seconds.

“Providing robust, non-invasive screening that allows people to go about their regular routines is a key differentiator in what makes our offering so valuable to the general public.” Says Dr. Rahul Kushwah, President and COO of Predict Medix.

“Being long-time event fabricators and marketers, it’s truly an honour to be in a position to make a meaningful difference to attendees, staff and exhibitors at one of the first live events since COVID” says Jonathan Auger, President and Founder of Juiceworks.

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