Artificial Intelligence Systems and the Internet of Things in the Digital Era: Proceedings of EAMMIS 2021/Abdalmuttaleb M. A. Musleh Al-Sartawi, Anjum Razzaque, Muhammad Mustafa Kamal; BERLIN: Springer International Publishing,2021,536 P

About The Book:

This book brings together intelligence systems and the Internet of Things, with special attention given to the opportunities, challenges, for education, business growth, and economic progression of nations which will help societies (economists, financial managers, engineers, ICT specialists, digital managers, data managers, policymakers, regulators, researchers, academics, and students) to better understand, use, and control AI and IoT to develop future strategies and to achieve sustainability goals.

The book is organized into forty-seven chapters and covers various topics categorized according to the following tracks:

  • Track 1: Innovation in the digital era.
  • Track 2: Industry 4.0 management for sustainable technologies.
  • Track 3: Utilization of Blockchain, DLT, and Fintech for AI and IoT in the digital eras.
  • Track 4: Role of Cybersecurity and privacy facilitated by AI and IoT, and Track 5: Fifth Industrial Revolution: The Internet of Ideas.

About the Author:

Abdalmuttaleb M.A. Musleh Al-Sartawi, Ph.D. is the Chairperson of the Accounting, Finance and Banking Department, Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Electronic Banking (IJEBank).

He received his PhD in Accounting, from the University of Banking and Financial Science (UBFS). He has presented and published many papers in regional and international conferences and journals.

In addition, Al-Sartawi is the chair and the editor of two international conferences the European, Asian, Middle Eastern, North African Conference on Management & Information Systems (EAMMIS) conferences and the International Conference on Global Economic Revolutions (ICGER). 

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