Computational Linguistics for COVID-19

  • Text mining & Machine learning
  • Software tool
Our goal is to process automatically COVID19-related scientific publications, in order to detect mentions of domain-specific entities of particular relevance (such as genes, symptoms, drugs, organs, etc.). The primary purpose of this work is enhancing accessibility to the literature, for example, simplifying the search of papers dealing with a particular gene, or identifying unexpected connections between different entities.

This resource supports COVID-19 / SARS-CoV-2 research.
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