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This book covers the overall technology spectrum in AI and the Fourth Industrial Revolution that is set to revolutionize the world as we know it. It is a handbook for CEOs, entrepreneurs, and university VCs, as well as the vast workforce and students with tech or non-tech backgrounds. It covers aspects and 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 gesture recognition prototype for specially abled people, jurisprudential approach to artificial intelligence and legal reasoning, automated chatbot for autism spectrum disorder using ai assistance, Big Data analytics and IoT, design of the 3D printed dexterous prosthetic arm, discerning and demonstrating consumer emotion and surfing behavior to develop personalized ontology, emotionally intelligent AI, role of artificial intelligence in advancement of drug discovery and development, opportunities and challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, legal ethical and policy implications of artificial intelligence, Internet of Health Things for smart healthcare and digital well-being, machine learning and computer vision, a 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 volume covers the interests of a very vast audience from basic science to engineering and technology experts and learners. It could eventually work as a textbook for engineering and biomedical students, students of master’s programs in science, and researchers. The book also serves common public interest by presenting new methods to improve the quality of life in general, with a better integration into society.

Table of Contents

Section I: A.I. in Industry 4.0

1. Computer Vision–Based System for Automation and Industrial Applications

Huan Ngoc Le, Ngoc Vuong Bao Tu & Narayan C. Debnath

2. Emotionally Intelligent AI: Leading Artificial Intelligence to a New Road of Success

Sharmistha Dey

3. Opportunities and Challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Poonam Jindal & Rakesh K Sindhu

4. Discerning and Demonstrating Consumer Emotion and Surfing Behavior to Develop Personalized Ontology

R Sandhiya

5. Role of Artificial intelligence

AI) in Advancement of Drug Discovery and Development

Rakesh K Sindhu & Poonam Jindal


Section II: Internet of Medical Things (IoMT)

6. Internet of Health Things: Opportunities and Challenges

Emeka Chukwu, Lalit Garg & Ryan Zahra

7. Internet of Things for Smart Healthcare and Digital Well-Being

Niloy Sarkar & Amitava Das

8. Automated Chatbot for Autism Spectrum Disorder Using AI Assistance

Vamsidhar Enireddy, Karthikeyan C & Ramkumar J

9. Designing of 3D Printed Dexterous Prosthetic Arm

Swati Barui, Moumita Ghosh, Dipesu Banerjee & Biswarup Neogi

 

Section III: Judicial Application of AI

10. Emergence of Artificial Intelligence and Its Legal Impact

Amol Deo Chavhan

11. Jurisprudential Approach to Artificial Intelligence and Legal Reasoning

Arup Poddar

12. Legal Ethical and Policy Implications of Artificial Intelligence

Subir Kumar Roy

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Editor(s)

Biography

Utpal Chakraborty is an eminent data scientist, AI researcher, strategist and thought leader with more than two decades of industry experience, including as a principal architect in Larsen & Toubro (L&T) Infotech, IBM, Capgemini and other MNCs. At the moment he is head of Artificial Intelligence at YES Bank. Utpal is a well-known speaker and author on artificial intelligence, IoT, as well as Agile & Lean and has spoken at conferences around the world. His recent research on machine learning titled "Layered Approximation for Deep Neural Networks" has been appreciated at several conferences, institutions, and universities. He has also demonstrated a few out-of-the-box hybridized Agile & Lean implementations in different industries.

Amit Banerjee joined the Advanced Device Research Division, Research Institute of Electronics, National University Corporation, Japan, as a scientific researcher in 2016 and was also part of the Innovative Photonics Evolution Research Center (iPERC) at Hamamatsu, Japan. He later joined the prestigious National University of Singapore as a scientist in 2017. Currently Amit is member of more than 30 international advisory boards and technical program committees in various countries. He has co-authored several scientific papers, edited books, presented papers at several international conferences as plenary and keynote speaker, and received awards, including the Young Physicist Award and honorary life-membership from the Indian Physical Society He is keenly engaged in consulting futuristic technologies for business firms, educational ventures, and universities. Amit received a PhD in semiconductor technology from the Energy Research Unit, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (D.S.T., Govt. of India), and has worked extensively on the design and development of high-vacuum plasma CVD reactors, which are used in industrial manufacturing of solar cells, coatings, and TFTs. He also developed low-cost high-vacuum MW-PECVD units, and conceived the process for cost-effective commercial-grade antireflection coating (ARC) synthesis for solar cells by nanocrytalline diamonds. His current work is on terahertz technology, including THz sensors and sources, design, and fabrication, aiming at biomedical imaging applications. His recent work on antenna-coupled microbolometer arrays is compatible with state-of-the-art medium-scale semiconductor device fabrication processes, and technologically competitive with commercial viability as on-chip integrable detector arrays for terahertz imaging.

Jayanta Kumar Saha received his LLM and PhD from the University of Burdwan, West Bengal, India. With more than 20 years of teaching experience, he has served as dean of Faculty and vice chancellor of Bankura University, West Bengal. He has handled three international research projects with the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia; AMRF, Dhaka, Bangladesh; and Swansea University, Wales, UK. He has also completed many projects under UGC and ICSSR, New Delhi. He has specialization in and has taught constitutional law, administrative law and corporate law. He is a member of Executive Council and The Court of Bankura University. He has been an Australia India Council (AIC) Senior Fellow in 2011 and was involved in research activities in major Australian universities. He was also awarded UGC-UKIERI (UK–India Education and Research Initiative) Thematic Partnership 2014 as a co-researcher. Prof. Saha has published many research articles in several reputed journals. He has also presented papers at international conferences and workshops in many universities, including London School of Economics (UK), Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland (UK), Swansea University, Wales (UK), and Universitat Rovira I Virgili at Terragona, Barcelona (Spain).

Niloy Sarkar is a graduate in life science with honors from the University of Calcutta, India, and a postgraduate in public system management with specialization in health care and hospital management from the Indian Institute of Social Welfare and Business Management (IISWBM), Kolkata. He holds an M.Phil. in hospital and health system management from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani, India, in collaboration with the Tulane University Medical Centre, New Orleans, USA, and Christian Medical College and Hospital, Vellore, India. The National Institute of Technology (NIT), Durgapur, has awarded him a PhD in social science and management. He has over 21 years of experience. Prior to joining the Neotia University, he was the dean of academics at NSHM Knowledge Campus (NSHM College of Management & Technology), Durgapur, and the regional director for Indian Society for Health Administrator (ISHA), Bangalore. At present, Prof. Sarkar is one of the National Committee members on IT and ITeS at the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII), New Delhi. Dr. Sarkar has published several research papers in international and national journals in the areas of service quality in healthcare, cost–benefit indexing in hospitals, pay for performance, manpower planning, employee involvement, geographical variation of expectation of customers in hospitals, and so forth. He has also presented several technical papers at many international and national conferences. He is chair, convenor, secretary, and scientific committee member for several national and international conferences. Prof. Sarkar is on the editorial board of two international journals and one national journal. He is a member of the Patient Safety Research group at the World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva. His research is interdisciplinary and focuses on healthcare, health system management, general management, behavioral and social sciences, and specifically on artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning in healthcare.

Chinmay Chakraborty is an assistant professor at the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, BIT Mesra, India. His primary areas of research include wireless body area network, Internet of Medical Things, energy-efficient wireless communications and networking, and point-of-care diagnosis. Prior to BIT, he worked at the Faculty of Science and Technology, ICFAI University, Agartala, India, as a senior lecturer. He has published 4 books, 12 book chapters, and over 28 papers in international journals and conferences. He is an editorial board member of the Journal of Wireless Communication Technology and International Journal of Telecommunication Engineering, among others, and also a member of the International Advisory Board for Malaysia Technical Scientist Congress and the Machine Intelligence Research Labs. He has been also editing two books for Springer and CRC Press. He got Outstanding Researcher Award from TESFA (2016), Global Peer Review Award from Publons (2018), and Young Faculty Award from VIFA (2018).