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Emerging Technologies in Education: A Bibliometric Analysis of Artificial Intelligence and its Applications in Health Sciences

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Rolando Eslava Zapata ,
Rolando Eslava Zapata

Universidad Libre Colombia Seccional Cúcuta, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Administrativas y Contables. Cúcuta, Colombia.

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Edixon Chacón Guerrero ,
Edixon Chacón Guerrero

Universidad de Los Andes, Departamento de Evaluación y Estadística, San Cristóbal, Venezuela.

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Rómulo Esteban Montilla ,
Rómulo Esteban Montilla

St. Mary’s University, Department of Counseling and Human Services. San Antonio, Texas. Estados Unidos de América.

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Abstract

Artificial Intelligence brings a new paradigm in health sciences related to using technologies capable of processing a large amount of patient information to strengthen prediction, prevention and clinical care. This research aimed to perform a bibliometric analysis of Artificial Intelligence and its applications in Health Sciences, particularly on Emerging Technologies in Education. To this end, a search for articles related to "Artificial Intelligence and its Applications in Health Sciences" was conducted at the international level in the Scopus database with search parameters based on titles, abstracts and keywords. The results revealed that the network of the 100 most essential terms was grouped into four clusters, namely: the first cluster identified with red colour is related to artificial Intelligence; the second cluster identified with green colour is related to the controlled study; the third cluster identified with yellow colour is related to algorithm and, the fourth cluster identified with yellow colour is related to education. It was concluded that artificial Intelligence has experienced advances that are having an impact on health sciences education. Academics and researchers have tools that allow them to obtain information to deepen the diagnosis of diseases and present students with robust case studies that strengthen the teaching-learning process.

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Eslava Zapata R, Chacón Guerrero E, Esteban Montilla R. Emerging Technologies in Education: A Bibliometric Analysis of Artificial Intelligence and its Applications in Health Sciences. Seminars in Medical Writing and Education [Internet]. 2024 Jan. 8 [cited 2024 Apr. 17];3:49. Available from: https://mw.saludcyt.ar/index.php/mw/article/view/49

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