In Frontiers in artificial intelligence
Since 2019, the COVID-19 pandemic has had an extremely high impact on all facets of the society and will potentially have an everlasting impact for years to come. In response to this, over the past years, there have been a significant number of research efforts on exploring approaches to combat COVID-19. In this paper, we present a survey of the current research efforts on using mobile Internet of Thing (IoT) devices, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and telemedicine for COVID-19 detection and prediction. We first present the background and then present current research in this field. Specifically, we present the research on COVID-19 monitoring and detection, contact tracing, machine learning based approaches, telemedicine, and security. We finally discuss the challenges and the future work that lay ahead in this field before concluding this paper.
Shen John, Ghatti Siddharth, Levkov Nate Ryan, Shen Haiying, Sen Tanmoy, Rheuban Karen, Enfield Kyle, Facteau Nikki Reyer, Engel Gina, Dowdell Kim
AI, COVID-19 detection, IoT, mobile devices, telemedicine