1st Edition

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Sustainable Development Innovations, Challenges, and Applications

    280 Pages 28 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Sustainable Development is a comprehensive exploration of how artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies are revolutionizing the field of sustainable development.


    The book examines cutting edge innovations, practical applications, and potential challenges in harnessing AI and ML to address global sustainability issues. It offers insights into how these technologies can optimize resource management, improve environmental monitoring, enhance decision-making processes, and promote equitable, eco-friendly solutions. It would be of special ot researchers, policymakers, and practitioners seeking to leverage cutting-edge technology for a more sustainable future.

    1. Artificial Intelligence. Genesis, Development, and Future

    Dr. Raquel V. Benítez Rojas

    2. The Evolution of Motion Graphics Through Contemporary AI Technologies

    Dr. Francisco-Julián Martínez-Cano and Dr. Raquel V. Benítez Rojas

    3. A Look at the Crossroads of Artificial Intelligence, Films, Video Games, and Virtual Reality

     Dr. Francisco-Julián Martínez-Cano

    4. AI and the Development of New Audiovisual Narratives

    Dr. Samuel Viñolo Locubiche

    5. Talking to Strangers: The Challenges of Conversational AI and Human Expectations

     Dr. Richard Lachman

    6. The Linguistic Effects of Artificial Intelligence on the adequacy, coherence and cohesion of texts. What do We Stop Telling in the New Digital Age? 

    Dr. Beatriz Morales Fernández

    7. The Deepfake Technique in the Service of Advertising Creativity from a Social Perspective: Case Study of the Seguimos Hablando Campaign (2019)

     Dr. Rocío Cifuentes-Albeza

    8. Artificial Intelligence in Video Game Design: Crafting Narratives, Ethics, and Engagement

    Dr. Kris Alexander and Thoreau Bakker

    9. AI Chatbots: A Long Awaited Mirror

    Dr. Antonio Díaz-Lucena and Dr. Pilar Vicente-Fernández

    10. Artificial Intelligence Tools Used in Communication Companies: Progress or Disaster?

     Dr. Alba-María Martinez-Sala, Dr. Juan Monserrat-Gauchi and Dr. Carmen Quiles-Soler

    11. Adaptive Ai and Interactive Narrative Possibilities in Media

     Dr. Kemal Deniz


    12. Local Media in the Age of AI

     Dr. Tatiana Santos Gonçalvez

    13. Automated Journalism in Turkish Media Before the Rise of Generative AI

    Sena Ozkurt Azimli and Dr. Erkan Saka

    14. The Interrelation Between Journalism, Artificial Intelligence and Professional Ethics: Ethical Reflections in The Digital Era

    Ramiro Ruales, Dr. Galo Vásconez and Andrés Murillo

    15. The Phenomenon of Artificial Intelligence in Film Festivals: The Case of +RAIN Film Fest

    Dr. Montserrat Jurado-Martín

    16. Cinderella Named "Artificial Intelligence": Media Image of Artificial Intelligence in Alternative Media (Case Study from Slovakia)

     Dr. Hedviga Tkácová


    Dr Pawan Whig, Dean Research, Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies-TC, India Dr Pavika Sharma, Assistant Professor, Bhagwan Parshuram Institute of Technology, India Dr Nagender Aneja, Program Leader (Computer Science), Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Brunei Dr Ahmad A. Elngar, Head of Computers and AI, Beni-Suef University, Egypt Dr Nuno Silva, Chief Scientific and Technology Officer, UnifAI Technology London, United Kingdom

    The widely celebrated benefits of technological development during the past two centuries are now overshadowed by evidence of grave troubles in society, economics, politics, and Earth’s climate, ones often delivered, alas, by the very same set of technical wonders. How are we to think about these astonishing contrasts? The writings gathered in this collection offer rigorous, insightful methods for exploring the major challenges that vex world society today. A treasure chest of theories and case histories, the book offers sustenance for all of those seeking fruitful alternatives.

      --Langdon Winner, Professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, author of Autonomous Technology: Technics-out-of-control as a theme in political thought, and The whale and the reactor: A search for limits in an age of high technology.

      An interesting collection of chapters that reflect on the role of technology vis-à-vis sustainable development. Highly relevant against the backdrop of the imminent risks created by climate change, and rightly critical of technosolutionist approaches, the contributions to this volume helpfully highlight the political aspects of this challenging conundrum. Not to be missed.

      --Mark Coeckelbergh, Professor at the University of Vienna, author of AI Ethics, Green Leviathan, and The Political Philosophy of AI.