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  • Knowledge graph analysis and visualization of AI technology applied in COVID-19 #MMPMID34859342
  • Wu Z; Xue R; Shao M
  • Environ Sci Pollut Res Int 2022[Apr]; 29 (18): 26396-26408 PMID34859342show ga
  • With the global outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) all over the world, artificial intelligence (AI) technology is widely used in COVID-19 and has become a hot topic. In recent 2 years, the application of AI technology in COVID-19 has developed rapidly, and more than 100 relevant papers are published every month. In this paper, we combined with the bibliometric and visual knowledge map analysis, used the WOS database as the sample data source, and applied VOSviewer and CiteSpace analysis tools to carry out multi-dimensional statistical analysis and visual analysis about 1903 pieces of literature of recent 2 years (by the end of July this year). The data is analyzed by several terms with the main annual article and citation count, major publication sources, institutions and countries, their contribution and collaboration, etc. Since last year, the research on the COVID-19 has sharply increased; especially the corresponding research fields combined with the AI technology are expanding, such as medicine, management, economics, and informatics. The China and USA are the most prolific countries in AI applied in COVID-19, which have made a significant contribution to AI applied in COVID-19, as the high-level international collaboration of countries and institutions is increasing and more impactful. Moreover, we widely studied the issues: detection, surveillance, risk prediction, therapeutic research, virus modeling, and analysis of COVID-19. Finally, we put forward perspective challenges and limits to the application of AI in the COVID-19 for researchers and practitioners to facilitate future research on AI applied in COVID-19.
  • |*Artificial Intelligence[MESH]
  • |*COVID-19[MESH]
  • |Humans[MESH]
  • |Pattern Recognition, Automated[MESH]
  • |SARS-CoV-2[MESH]
  • |Technology[MESH]

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    26396 18.29 2022