In the constant battle between human intelligence and machine intelligence, machines are close to surpassing human intelligence. The unrestrained use of digital technologies in automating processes is one of the prime advantages of the third industrial revolution. As a result, all developed and developing nations have started to digitalize mundane tasks. Thus, digital technologies for information and communication technologies (ICT) have achieved high market space in terms of infrastructure building, employment generation, education sector reforms, funds mobilization, electronic governance, hardware manufacturing, software development, etc. Hence, it is evident that every segment of society has been penetrated by ICT or digitalization. This book attempts to spotlight areas where AI is thriving.
- Impact of digitalization and AI on governance
- Novel AI practices being followed across the global community in security, healthcare, crime prevention and detection, education, agriculture, sensor networks, etc.
- Innovative techniques that can be adopted to ensure better quality and better delivery of services to the society
- Avenues for further research by the research community and student fraternity
This book is a guide for university students (especially those from technical backgrounds), industries, NGOs, and policy makers.
Table of Contents
1. Artiﬁcial Intelligence: Revolution, Deﬁnitions, Ethics, and Foundation
2. Impact of Digitization of Governance on Society
[J. Raja Kishore and S. Suguna Mallika]
3. The Impact of AI on World Economy
[Debashish and R. Srivastava]
4. Human Behavior Prediction and Artiﬁcial Intelligence
[Ramesh and Himanshu Aggarwal]
5. Emotion Recognition for Human Machine Interaction
[Maya Ingle and Leena Bhole
6. Text, Visual and Multimedia Sentiment-Analysis, and Sentiment-Prediction
[Raj Kamal, Preeti Saxena, and Manojkumar Vilasrao Deshpande]
7. Transfer Learning with Convolution Neural Networks Models: An Evolutional Comparison
[Aditi Kajala and Vinod Kumar Jain]
8. Multicriteria Decision Making Using Interval Valued Neutrosophic Soft Set
[D. P. Acharjya and Dhruv Arya]
9. Artiﬁcial Intelligence in Healthcare
[Ajay Kumar Yadav and Rajesh Mamilla]
10. Computer-Aided Cataract Detection Using MLP and SVM
[Simran Agarwal, Manish Kumar, Sunil Kumar Jangir, and Chandraprakash Sharma]
11. Artiﬁcial Intelligence Wave: Reshaping Indian Healthcare Sector
[Dharminder Kumar, Babita G Katria, and Sangeeta Gupta]
12. Adoption of Artiﬁcial Intelligence in Industrial Sectors and Its Impact
[Somil Jain and Puneet Kumar]
13. Model for Agriculture Using Big Data for Crop Disease Classiﬁcation and Recommendation
[Raghu Garg and Himanshu Aggarwal]
14. Machine Intelligence versus Terrorism
[Piali Haldar and Ashok Singh]
15. IoTCrypt – An Intelligent System for Securing IoT Devices Using Artiﬁcial Intelligence and Machine Learning
[Aakriti Singla and Anand Sharma]
16. Intelligent Systems: Enhanced Security Using Deep Learning Technology
[Satyajee Srivastava, Abhishek Singh, and Deepak Dudeja]
17. Method for Generating Text by Eye Blink and Eye-Gaze Pattern for Locked-In Syndrome Patients
[Priyanshu Singhal, Rahul Gupta, Pankul Agarwal, and Deepak Sethi]
18. Kinship Veriﬁcation Using Convolutional Neural Network
[Vijay Prakash Sharma and Sunil Kumar]
19. Machine Intelligence-Based Approach for Effective Terrorism Monitoring
[Riyazveer Singh, Sahil Sharma, and Vijay Kumar]
20. Utilizing Artiﬁcial Intelligence to Design Delay and Energy Aware Wireless Sensor Networks
[Ranjana Thalore, Vandita Vyas, Jeetu Sharma, and Vikas Raina]
Puneet Kumar is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and Coordinator of Research and Development Cell at the School of Engineering and Technology, Mody University of Science and Technology, India. Though he has obtained his master’s and PhD in computer science, he believes in the philosophy of interdisciplinary research. He has also completed a certificate course on intellectual property rights at WIPO Academy, Geneva. He has more than 17 years of teaching, research, and industrial experience. His major research interests are Machine Learning, Data Science and e-government. He has published various research papers and articles in national and international journals, and his papers are widely cited by various stakeholders across the world. He is the recipient of a software copyright from the Ministry of Human Resource and Development, Government of India. He has also published books on e-governance titled “E-Governance in India: Problems, Prototypes and Prospects” and “Stances of e-Government: Policies, Processes and Technologies”. He is a Life Member of CSI, IAENG, IET and a Professional Member of ACM.
Vinod Kumar Jain is presently working as Vice Chancellor at SAGE University, Bhopal (MP). He has earned MBA, M Tech (CS), and a PhD in Computer Science from Devi Ahilya University, Indore. He has been involved in Teaching, Training, Research, and Administration for the past 25 years, which includes his 15 years of experience as Vice Chancelllor/Dean Academics/Dean/ Director/Principal in various Universities/ Institutions of repute in India. He has rich experiences in autonomy implementation, ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology), United States; IET Accreditation, UK; NBA (National Board of Accreditation), India; and NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council), India accreditations. He is a recipient of Rashtriya Shiksha GauravPuruskar-2016 by Center forEducation Growth and Research (CEGR), New Delhi, Academic leader of the year 2018 Award by ICCI, New Delhi and an Accredited Management Teacher by AIMA (All India Management Association), New Delhi.
There are more than 220 publications to his credit, including Books, Monographs, Research Papers, popular articles etc. Dr. Jain has organized many Conferences/ Seminars/QIPs and delivered more than 50 keynote/expert lectures. He is actively associated with professional and social organizations such as IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), CSI (Computer Society of India), ISTD (Indian Society for Training and Development), ISTE (Indian Society for Technical Education),IETE(Institute of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering), IEI (Institution of Engineers (India)), AIMA (All India Management Association), AIMS (Association of Indian Management Schools), GLOGIFT (Global Conference on Flexible Systems Management), QCFI (Quality Circle Forum of India), and BVP (Bharat VikasParishad). He is a PhD supervisor at Mody University Lakshmangarh, and has guided 14 PhD scholars. He is awarded Fellow of IET, UK and IETE, New Delhi and Institution of Engineers (India. His recently published book include “The Stances of E-Government: Policies, Processes and Technologies” published by CRCPress, Taylor and Francis group, Chapman & Hall Publication, London, New York.
Dharminder Kumar is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and Director, PDU Innovation and Incubation Cell, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar. Professor Kumar has been Founder Dean of Colleges, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Chairman of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Bio-Medical Engineering and Printing Technology, Coordinator of TEQIP (1.2 and 1.3) – a world bank project for improving quality in technical education. More than 15 students have earned PhDs in computer science and engineering under his supervision or joint supervision. He has published more than 95 research papers in journals and national/international conferences/seminars. He has also written four books. He has more than 30 years of teaching and research experience. He has visited many countries. He is an expert member of many national-level committees of NBA, NAAC and UGC. He has been nominated as Margdarshak by AICTE to help two technical institutions for their NBA purpose in the state of Haryana. His areas of interest include data mining and communication networks.