Coronavirus panic has ebbed in most of the eastern U.S. It’s gaining traction in other landlocked states, with the Dakotas getting nervous.
How do we know?
Beni Gradwohl, the founder and the brains behind Cognovi Labs, born out of Wright State University around 8 years ago and now in commercial use, shows me a map of the world during a Zoom call last week. It’s called Crisis Monitor. It’s free for public use. Check it out.
“You can click on countries and go more local, especially in the U.S.,” he says. “That was our focus.”
There’s a Panic Score which looks like an EKG chart and then an Awareness chart, which looks like the coronavirus infection curve itself, or a standard bar chart. Peak coronavirus awareness came in March with millions of conversations happening and being collected by Cognovi Labs’ emotional AI program.