1st Edition

Artificial Intelligence and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

    312 Pages 60 B/W Illustrations
    by Jenny Stanford Publishing

    312 Pages 60 B/W Illustrations
    by Jenny Stanford Publishing

    This book presents the overall technology spectrum in artificial intelligence (AI) and the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which is set to revolutionize the world. It discusses their various aspects and related case studies from industry, academics, administration, law, finance, and accounting as well as educational technology. The contributors, who are experts in their respective fields and from industry and academia, focus on a gesture-recognition prototype for specially abled people; jurisprudential approach to AI and legal reasoning; automated chatbot for autism spectrum disorder using AI assistance; Big Data analytics and Internet of Things (IoT); role of AI in advancement of drug discovery; development, opportunities, and challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution; legal, ethical, and policy implications of AI; Internet of Health Things for smart healthcare and digital wellbeing; machine learning and computer vision; computer vision-based system for automation and industrial applications; AI-IoT in home-based healthcare; and AI in super-precision human brain and spine surgery. Buttressed with comprehensive theoretical, methodological, well-established, and validated empirical examples, the book covers the interests of a broad audience from basic science to engineering and technology experts and learners. It will be greatly helpful for CEOs, entrepreneurs, academic leaders, researchers, and students of engineering, biomedicine, and master’s programs in science as well as the vast workforce and students with technical or non-technical backgrounds. It also serves common public interest by presenting new methods to improve the quality of life in general, with a better integration into society.

    Section 1: AI in Industry 4.0 
    1. Computer Vision–Based System for Automation and Industrial Applications 
    Huan Ngoc Le, Ngoc Vuong Bao Tu, and Narayan C. Debnath 
    2. Opportunities and Challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution 
    Poonam Jindal and Rakesh K. Sindhu 
    3. Role of AI in the Advancement of Drug Discovery and Development 
    Shantanu K. Yadav, Poonam Jindal, and Rakesh K. Sindhu 
    Section 2: Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) 
    4. Internet of Health Things: Opportunities and Challenges 
    Emeka Chukwu, Lalit Garg, and Ryan Zahra 
    5. Internet of Things for Smart Healthcare and Digital Well-Being 
    Niloy Sarkar and Amitava Das 
    6. Automated Chatbots for Autism Spectrum Disorder Using AI Assistance 
    Vamsidhar Enireddy, Karthikeyan C., and Ramkumar J. 
    7. Emergence of Artificial Intelligence and Its Legal Impact 
    Amol Deo Chavhan 
    8. Jurisprudential Approach to Artificial Intelligence and Legal Reasoning 
    Arup Poddar 
    9. Legal Ethical and Policy Implications of Artificial Intelligence 
    Subir Kumar Roy 


    Utpal Chakraborty is an eminent data scientist, artificial intelligence (AI) researcher, author, and strategist having more than two decades of industry experience, including working as a principal architect in L&T Infotech, IBM, Capgemini, and other multinational companies. He has also demonstrated some completely out-of-the-box hybridized lean and agile methodologies in various industries.

    Amit Banerjee is a scientist at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National University of Singapore. He has been a scientific researcher at the Research Institute of Electronics, Japan, and a part of the Innovative Photonics Evolution Research Center at Hamamatsu, Japan. Dr. Banerjee has extensively worked on terahertz devices, aiming at various biomedical applications.

    Jayanta Kumar Saha is a professor and head of the Department of Law, Bankura University, India. He has organized three international research projects with the University of New South Wales, Australia; Arsenic Mitigation and Research Foundation, Bangladesh; and Swansea University, UK. His primary areas of research include corporate laws, human rights, and AI.

    Niloy Sarkar is the dean of academics at the Neotia University, West Bengal, India. He is a visiting professor at BITS Pilani, India, and also a national committee member on IT and ITeS of the Confederation of Indian Industries, India. His research interests are health system management and AI in healthcare.

    Chinmay Chakraborty is an assistant professor at the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, BIT Mesra, India. His research interests include Wireless Body Area Network, Internet of Medical Things, and mobile health system. He is a recipient of the Cosmic Young Research Excellence Award, 2018, and Global Peer Review Award, Publons, 2018.