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The social web has emerged as a dominant information architecture accelerating technology innovation on an unprecedented scale. The utility of these developments to public health use cases like disease surveillance, information dissemination, outbreak prediction and so forth has been widely investigated and variously demonstrated in work spanning several published experimental studies and deployed systems. In this paper we provide an overview of automated disease surveillance efforts based ondoi:10.5210/ojphi.v10i2.9312 pmid:30349632 pmcid:PMC6194101 fatcat:l4zzy3yrqffftebpc4pcuq7szu