AiM Covid app efficiency study published: UK India Initiative

Updated: Mar 6

During the recent global urgency, scientists, clinicians, and healthcare experts around the globe keep on working for a new technology to support in tackling the Covid-19 pandemic.

Our recent work with University of Warwick on AiM Covid App and its successful deployment in India comprehensively evaluated efficacy of AI and ML as one significant method in the App screening, predicting, forecasting, contact tracing for SARS-CoV-2

The objectives of this study are to test the level of accuracy of the prediction models that could be used as a 'digital test' to evaluate whether an individual is infected with COVID-19, based on their symptoms reported in the "AiM COVID-19" app. More than thousand population in Rajasthan, MP, Haryana, Maharashtra and Goa was screened through AiM Covid App. Recent data has been evaluated by University of Warwick for accuracy and efficiency.

Study was outsourced by Aarogyam (UK); NMP Medical Research Institute (India) and Mothers Touch Foundation (India) with BITS Goa implemented the community outreach.

Study details can be found at

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