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Artificial intelligence: Potential tool to subside SARS-CoV-2 pandemic
Process Biochemistry  (IF3.757),  Pub Date : 2021-08-03, DOI: 10.1016/j.procbio.2021.08.001
Nishanth Gopinath

Artificial intelligence (AI), a method of simulating the human brain in order to complete tasks in a more effective manner, has had numerous implementations in fields from manufacturing sectors to digital electronics. Despite the potential of AI, it may be obstinate to assume that the person administered society would rely solely on AI; with an example being the healthcare field. With the ever-expanding discoveries made on a regular basis regarding the growth of various diseases and its preservations, utilizing brain power may be deemed essential, but that doesn’t leave AI as a redundant asset. With the years of accumulated data regarding patterns and the analysis of various medical circumstances, algorithms can be formed, which could further assist in situations such as diagnosis support and population health management. This matter becomes even more relevant in today’s society with the currently ongoing COVID-19 pandemic by SARS-CoV-2. With the uncertainty of this pandemic from strain variants to the rolling speeds of vaccines, AI could be utilized to our advantage in order to assist us with the fight against COVID-19. This review briefly discusses the application of AI in the COVID-19 situation for various health benefits.