They’re all wrong, said Albert-László Barabási, Robert Gray Dodge Professor of Network Science at Northeastern, in our July post on the subject. “The precise number is a tossup, depending on how dense the network is,” he told us. Barabási is a leading member of Northeastern’s Network Science Institute, which brings together an interdisciplinary team of scholars […]
“Starting from scratch is very costly and time consuming,” said Albert-Laszlo Barabasi, the lead author of the paper and a professor at Northeastern University. “Repurposing is a much faster process. (All) you have to show is it has an efficacy for the new disease.”
“It’s like walking around a room and eavesdropping on conversations,” saidDavid Choffnes, a computer science professor and team lead on the project.