The Covid-19 pandemic has been one of the most devastating events in recent history, claiming the lives of more than 5 million people worldwide. Even with the worldwide distribution of vaccines, there is an apparent need for affordable, reliable, and accessible screening techniques to serve parts of the World that do not have access to Western medicine. Artificial Intelligence can provide a solution utilizing cough sounds as a primary screening mode for COVID-19 diagnosis. This paper presents multiple models that have achieved relatively respectable performance on the largest evaluation dataset currently presented in academic literature. Through investigation of a self-supervised learning model (Area under the ROC curve, AUC = 0.807) and a convolutional nerual network (CNN) model (AUC = 0.802), we observe the possibility of model bias with limited datasets. Moreover, we observe that performance increases with training data size, showing the need for the worldwide collection of data to help combat the Covid-19 pandemic with non-traditional means.