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      Combatting COVID-19: Artificial Intelligence Technologies & Challenges

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            AI works proficiently to emulate human intellect. It may also play an important role in understanding and recommending the creation of a COVID-19 vaccine. This outcome-driven technology is utilized for effective screening, assessing, forecasting, and tracking of present and potential future patients. Traditional network designs are unable to cope calmly with the impact of COVID-19 due to massive network data traffic and resource optimization requirements. As indicated by the growing amount of restorative clinical data, artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to successfully boost the upper limit of the medical and health network. We discuss the primary uses of artificial intelligence technology in the process of suppressing the coronavirus from three main perspectives: prediction, symptom detection, and development, based on an extensive literature study. Furthermore, the advancement of next-generation network (NGN) technologies based on machine learning (ML) has given limitless opportunities for the formation of novel medical approaches. We have also discussed the challenges related to AI technologies in combatting COVID-19. The devastating epidemic of the Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) has highlighted the importance of accurate prediction mathematical models. We have also discussed different mathematical models, their predictive capabilities, drawbacks, and practical validity.


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            ScienceOpen Preprints
            25 July 2022
            [1 ] Graduated from the University of Dubuque, contact email ID: Patelnikhilr88@gmail.com
            [2 ] IEEE Member, Graduated from Technocrats Institute of Technology , contact email ID : sandeep.trived.ieee@gmail.com
            [3 ] Lord Buddha Education Foundation, Kathmandu, Nepal
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            Data sharing not applicable to this article as no datasets were generated or analysed during the current study.
            Applied mathematics,Medicine,Artificial intelligence
            SVM,Mathematical modeling,NLP,COVID-19,Epidemic prevention and control,Gaussian models,Neural Networks


            Nice work but little bit more explanation will make it better

            2022-08-23 10:28 UTC
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