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  • Covid-19 pandemic and disruptive technologies across scientific areas [Elektronski vir] : a bibliometric review
    Aristovnik, Aleksander ; Ravšelj, Dejan ; Umek, Lan, 1981-
    Disruptive technologies have been recognized as a key facilitator of the Covid-19 pandemic response and recovery efforts. Therefore, they have recently gained increased attention. However, due to the ... novelty of this research area, there is the lack of knowledge. Therefore, the main of the paper is to a provide bibliometric analysis on Covid-19 and disruptive technologies research with the focus on their application across different scientific areas. Bibliometric analysis is based on the Scopus database that contains 2353 documents published until July 2021. In this context, several innovative bibliometric approaches are applied. The results show that most of the research has been conducted within Physical Sciences, while Health Sciences are identified to have the most prominent scientific impact, as further confirmed of most relevant documents being more frequently cited compared to other scientific areas. Further, the highest authors’ collaboration is observed for Life Sciences and Health Sciences, while Social Sciences exhibit the lowest authors’ collaboration. Moreover, the IEEE Access from Physical Sciences is identified as the most relevant source, while Health Informatics from Multidisciplinary Sciences as the most relevant research field. Finally, artificial intelligence (AI) is by far the most applied disruptive technology across all scientific areas, especially in the context of Life Sciences. Contrary, 3D printing, augmented reality (AR), and drones seem to be not so relevant in the general Covid-19 related context, particularly in Health Sciences and Life Sciences. The findings of the paper add to the existing scientific knowledge and facilitate evidence-based policymaking.
    Vrsta gradiva - prispevek na konferenci
    Leto - 2022
    Jezik - angleški
    COBISS.SI-ID - 96229379