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Employment of AI Tools in Achieving Sustainable Development Goals: Trends and Future Scope

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The study explores the role of artificial intelligence in pursuance of sustainable development goals of business by conducting bibliometric analysis of extant literature on the topic. For bibliometric analysis, we employ SPAR-4-SLR method of systematic literature review. Year-wise, Author-wise, Citation-wise, Country-wise, Source-wise, Affiliation-wise, Sponsoring institutions-wise, and Keywords-wise listing are the parameters to identify the trend and future scope of AI in SDGs. We use Scopus database to list the extant literature. The study suggests that the future of SDG does lie with employment of AI tools and big data, green and sustainability practices, Industry 4.0, circular economy, blockchain, system dynamic approach, people, planet, and AI domain that will be explored in future. This study provides insights on current trends and the future scope of AI usage in sustainable development goals.

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Sharma, S. (2024). Employment of AI Tools in Achieving Sustainable Development Goals: Trends and Future Scope. In: Iglesias, A., Shin, J., Patel, B., Joshi, A. (eds) Proceedings of World Conference on Information Systems for Business Management. ISBM 2023. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol 834. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-99-8349-0_28

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