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AI Knowledge Transfer from the University to Society
Applications in High-Impact Sectors

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ISBN 9781032226323
January 19, 2022 Forthcoming by CRC Press
120 Pages 2 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

AI Knowledge Transfer from the University to Society: Applications in High-Impact Sectors brings together examples from the “Innovative Ecosystem with Artificial Intelligence for Andalusia 2025” project at the University of Seville, a series of sub-projects composed of research groups and different institutions or companies which explore the use of Artificial Intelligence in a variety of high-impact sectors, to lead innovation and assist in decision-making. The relevance of Artificial Intelligence, its interdisciplinary nature and its ability to accelerate global solutions have turned this set of technologies into a tool aimed at generating a new social and economic reality. Hence, the transformative power of AI in the areas of health, sustainability, infrastructure, security and tourism, among others, has motivated the integration of these disruptive technologies in all the sub-projects that are the subject of this book.

Table of Contents





CHAPTER 1. Health and social welfare

1.1. Artificial Intelligence for the optimization of focused ultrasound cleaning of shunts implanted in patients of different pathologies

1.2. Assuring the quality and security of Medical Robotics Process Automation

1.3. Machine-Learning and single-cell transcriptomic analysis in the brain

CHAPTER 2. Energy efficiency and sustainable construction

2.1. IoT for Energy Efficient Gas Meters

2.2. Wireless Sensor Network for Sustainable Construction and Intelligent Transport

2.3. Introduction to dynamic maintenance scheduling based on the advanced use of predictive analytical techniques. Application to the use case of intelligent maintenance of high-speed trains

CHAPTER 3. Digital economy

3.1. Detecting cyber incidents in IoT: a case study in Smart Cities

3.2. Reliable Government Automation of Regulated Infrastructures by Service Level Agreements

3.3. Generating datasets for intent classification in conversational systems

3.4. An Artificial Intelligence tool to calibrate the coverage of information sources on the internet

CHAPTER 4. Mobility logistics and Advanced industry linked to transportation

4.1. Optimizing stock replenishment in fashion retailers

4.2. Development of a surveillance system for buses maintenance and diagnosis based on can-bus data wireless transmitted

4.3. A mathematical optimization and Machine Learning approach for pipeline routing 4

4.4. Digital factory for small and medium-sized advanced transport companies

4.5. A Novelty Approach of Radiation Hardness Assurance for Aerospace Applications based on Machine Learning

4.6. Optical sensing and self-learning approach to estimate the state condition of railway infrastructure sub-layers

4.7. Power-Efficient Analog-to-Information Image Sensors: The Fuel of AI Microsystems

CHAPTER 5. Endogenous land-based resources, Agroindustry and Tourism

5.1. Prioritizing water distribution and sewer networks maintenance activities

5.2. New data structure (asymmetrical and multiscale grid) for Geodata integration and input for Machine Learning analysis

5.3. Development of yield monitoring system based on computer vision for super-high-density olive orchard

5.4. Smart agriculture based on cyber-physical systems

5.5. Development and adaptation of digital information models to the management of architectural assets: Case studies in archaeological and architectural heritage



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José Guadix Martín, Professor, Department of Industrial Organization and Business Management, University of Seville, Spain.

Milica Lilic, R&D Project Manager at the Secretariat of Knowledge Transfer and Entrepreneurship, University of Seville, Spain.

Marina Rosales Martínez, Head of Service at the Secretariat of Knowledge Transfer and Entrepreneurship, University of Seville, Spain.