Here is the commercial for a virtual conference held by Stanford University on April 1st:
"What will be the broader human impact of novel coronavirus on economies, culture, and human behavior? Tune in live as Stanford and industry experts address the developing public health crisis in a virtual conference that dives into AI applications in diagnostics and treatment, tracking and forecasting, and more."
You didn't have a chance to attend? The event was recorded and is available here. In the words of an acquaintance, immunologist Stuart Koretz:
"I know we're all saturated with COVID stuff, but there was a lot of brainpower on display and an impressive amount of progress being made. Some interesting AI-driven work as it relates to finding the ideal part of the virus to target with vaccines. [...] 6+ hours but you can find the part of most interest to you by checking the agenda and then scanning through to find the speaker(s) of interest."