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Journal of Big Data
AbstractThis survey explores how Deep Learning has battled the COVID-19 pandemic and provides directions for future research on COVID-19. We cover Deep Learning applications in Natural Language Processing, Computer Vision, Life Sciences, and Epidemiology. We describe how each of these applications vary with the availability of big data and how learning tasks are constructed. We begin by evaluating the current state of Deep Learning and conclude with key limitations of Deep Learning for COVID-19doi:10.1186/s40537-020-00392-9 pmid:33457181 pmcid:PMC7797891 fatcat:aokxo63z2rhdpfxo3egyf3xpcm