1st Edition

Cognitive Machine Intelligence Applications, Challenges, and Related Technologies

    432 Pages 64 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    "Cognitive Machine Intelligence: Applications, Challenges, and Related Technologies" offers a compelling exploration of the transformative landscape shaped by the convergence of machine intelligence, artificial intelligence, and cognitive computing. In this book, the authors navigate through the intricate realms of technology, unveiling the profound impact of cognitive machine intelligence on diverse fields such as communication, healthcare, cybersecurity, and smart city development. The chapters present study on robots and drones to the integration of machine learning with wireless communication networks, IoT, quantum computing, and beyond. The book explores essential role of machine learning in healthcare, security, and manufacturing. With a keen focus on privacy, trust, and the improvement of human lifestyles, this book stands as a comprehensive guide to the novel techniques and applications driving the evolution of cognitive machine intelligence. The vision presented here extends to smart cities, where AI-enabled techniques contribute to optimal decision-making, and future computing systems address end-to-end delay issues with a central focus on Quality-of-Service metrics. "Cognitive Machine Intelligence" is an indispensable resource for researchers, practitioners, and enthusiasts seeking a deep understanding of the dynamic landscape at the intersection of artificial intelligence and cognitive computing.

    This book:

    • Covers a comprehensive exploration of cognitive machine intelligence and its intersection with emerging technologies such as federated learning, blockchain, and 6G and beyond.
    • Discusses the integration of machine learning with various technologies such as wireless communication networks, ad-hoc networks, software-defined networks, quantum computing, and big data.
    • Examines the impact of machine learning on various fields such as healthcare, unmanned aerial vehicles, cyber security, and neural networks.
    • Provides a detailed discussion on the challenges and solutions to future computer networks like end-to-end delay issues, Quality of Service (QoS) metrics, and security.
    • Emphasizes the need to ensure privacy and trust while implementing the novel techniques of machine intelligence.

    It is primarily written for senior undergraduate, graduate students, and academic researchers in the fields of electrical engineering, electronics and communication engineering, and computer engineering.                                                                                                                                                   

    I. AI Trends and Challenges

    1. AI based Computing Applications Future Communication

    Mirthika. S, Sabitha Banu. A

    2. Advances of Deep Learning and related Applications

    Usha Rawat, Chandra Shekhar Rai

    3. Machine Learning for Big Data and Neural Networks

    Anuraag Ramineni, J. Jayashree, J. Vijayashree, Rishita Konda

    II. Machine Intelligence in Network Technologies

    4. Deformation Prediction and Monitoring using Real-Time WSN and Machine Learning Algorithms: A Review

    Mohsin Fayaz, Jameel Ahmad Qurashi

    5. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) Integration in Healthcare Sector for Transforming Interplay among Smart Cities

    Bhupinder Singh, Christian Kaunert

    6. Blockchain Technologies Using Machine Learning

    G. Ankit, S. K. Anuj

    7. Q-learning and Deep Q Networks for Securing IoT Networks, Challenges and Solution

    Mansoor Farooq, Rafi. A. Khan, Mubashir Hassan Khan, Syed Zeeshan Zahoor

    8. The Application of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Network Security using a Bibliometric Study

    Jyotsna Malla, Jayashree J, Vijayashree J, Harshith Singathala

    9. Machine Learning Approaches for Intrusion Detection: Enhancing Cybersecurity and Threat Mitigation

    Kshyamasagar Mahanta, Hima Bindu Maringanti

    III. Cognitive Machine Intelligence Applications

    10. The Rise of AI in the Field of Healthcare

    J. Jayashree, Sai Surya Varshith Nukala, J. Vijayashree, Rishi Raghu

    11.  A Comprehensive Survey of Machine Learning Applications in Healthcare

    Shah Hussain Bangash, Muhammad Imad

    12.  A Deep Learning Approach for the Early Diagnosis of Melanoma Cancer - Study and Analysis

    Kishor Kumar Reddy C, P Yashashwini Reddy, Srinath Doss, Marlia M. Hanafiah

    13.  A Study and Analysis on Nowcasting - Forms of Precipitation using Improvised Random Forest Classifier

    Kishor Kumar Reddy C, Pilly Ashritha, Thandiwe Sithole

    14.  A Study and Comparative Analysis on Prediction of Tsunami Using Convolutional Neural Network

    Gosi Varshitha, Kishor Kumar Reddy, Thandiwe Sithole  

    15.  Towards Smarter Chatbots: Unravelling the Capabilities of ChatGPT

    C Kishor Kumar Reddy, Patlolla Sathvika Reddy, Anisha P R, Srinath Doss

    Biography

    Dr. Inam Ullah Khan is the Founder of AI-EYS. Recently, he is working as Global Mentor/ Guest Lecturer at Impact Xcelerator, IE School of Science and Technology, Madrid, Spain and SZABIST, Islamabad, Pakistan. Previously, he was working as Visiting researcher at King’s College London, United Kingdom. He was faculty member at different universities in Pakistan which include Center for Emerging Sciences Engineering & Technology (CESET), Islamabad, Abdul Wali Khan University, Garden Campus, Timergara Campus, University of Swat & Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST), Islamabad Campus. He completed his Ph.D. in Electronics Engineering from Department of Electronic Engineering, Isra University, Islamabad Campus, School of Engineering & Applied Sciences (SEAS). Also, he did his M.S. degree in Electronic Engineering at Department of Electronic Engineering, Isra University, Islamabad Campus, School of Engineering & Applied Sciences (SEAS). He had done undergraduate degree in Bachelor of Computer Science from Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan, Pakistan. Apart from that his master’s thesis is published as a book on topic “Route Optimization with Ant Colony Optimization (ACO)” in Germany which is available on Amazon. He authored/coauthored more than 60 research articles in reputable journals, conferences, and book chapters. More interestingly he recently introduced a novel routing protocol E-ANTHOCNET in Drones/ Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. His research interest includes Network System Security, Intrusion Detection, Intrusion Prevention, cryptography, Optimization techniques, WSN, IoT, Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETS), Flying Ad Hoc Networks, and Machine Learning, AI, Unmanned aerial vehicles. He also served in many international conferences as technical program chair, session chair and technical program committee member.  In addition, he served as editor in around 11 books on various topics. Also, he is Guest Editor, Review Editor, Associate Editor, Editorial Board member at reputed international journals. Last year he was General Chair at International Conference on Trends and Innovations in Smart Technologies (ICTIST’22), virtually from London, United Kingdom. More interestingly, he was invited as technology expert many times on Pakistan National Television.

    Dr. Salma El Hajjami is an Assistant Professor and Researcher at Faculty of science, Ibn Zohr University, Agadir, Morocco since 2021. She is a Ph.D, graduated in 2021 in Computer Science, at the Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence, Data Science and Emerging Systems from ENSA, Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco. She is a Computer Science Engineer, graduated in 2015 from National School of Applied Sciences Fez, Morocco. She has previous expertise acting in Ministry of interior Morocco as Research and Development Engineer from 2017 to 2021. She is member of International Association of Engineers (IAENG) and International Association of Online Engineering. Dr. Salma has made contributions in the fields of Social Big Data, Semantics Analytics, Anomaly Detection, and Imbalanced Big Data published at international conferences and journals. Her main research topics are Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Imbalanced Big Data, Data Science and Blockchain. She has served and continues to serve on technical program and organizer committees of several conferences also as a reviewer of numerous international journals.

    Dr. Mariya Ouaissa is currently a Professor in Cybersecurity and Networks at Faculty of Sciences Semlalia, Cadi Ayyad University, Marrakech, Morocco. She is a Ph.D. graduated in 2019 in Computer Science and Networks, at the Laboratory of Modelisation of Mathematics and Computer Science from ENSAM-Moulay Ismail University, Meknes, Morocco. She is a Networks and Telecoms Engineer, graduated in 2013 from National School of Applied Sciences Khouribga, Morocco. She is a Co-Founder and IT Consultant at IT Support and Consulting Center. She was working for School of Technology of Meknes Morocco as a Visiting Professor from 2013 to 2021. She is member of the International Association of Engineers and International Association of Online Engineering, and since 2021, she is an "ACM Professional Member". She is Expert Reviewer with Academic Exchange Information Centre (AEIC) and Brand Ambassador with Bentham Science. She has served and continues to serve on technical program and organizer committees of several conferences and events and has organized many Symposiums/Workshops/Conferences as a General Chair also as a reviewer of numerous international journals. Dr. Ouaissa has made contributions in the fields of information security and privacy, Internet of Things security, and wireless and constrained networks security. Her main research topics are IoT, M2M, D2D, WSN, Cellular Networks, and Vehicular Networks. She has published over 40 papers (book chapters, international journals, and conferences/workshops), 12 edited books, and 8 special issues as guest editor.

    Dr. Salwa Belaqziz is a full Professor in Computer Science at the Faculty of Sciences, Ibn Zohr University in Agadir and an affiliate professor at the Center for Remote Sensing Applications of the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University. She received her PhD degree in Computer Science from Cadi Ayyad University of Marrakech in 2014, which focused on the development of a decision support approach for gravity irrigation systems management, based on the combination of multi-agent modeling, remote sensing and optimization by evolutionary algorithms. Salwa Belaqziz has worked at the National Institute of Agricultural Research in Toulouse as postdoctoral researcher, where she participated in the development of an agent-based modeling and simulation platform to assess the environmental, economic, and social impacts of various management strategies and policies regarding the management and uses of water resources. Her main research interests include irrigation scheduling, smart farming, and decision support systems development, based on approaches combining artificial intelligence, big data, data science, agent-based modeling, physics-based modeling, remote sensing, IoT and optimization algorithms for integrated water resources management. Salwa Belaqziz co-supervises three PhD students and participates in national and international research projects (ASSIWAT, MorSnow, GeanTech, PRIMA...). She has published papers in international peer-reviewed journals and participated in several international conferences.

    Dr. Tarandeep Kaur Bhatia received her Ph.D. degree in Computer Science Engineering from Deakin University, Australia under Higher Degree by Research Scholarship. Currently, she is working as an Assistant Professor in University of Petroleum & Energy Studies (UPES) Bidholi, Dehradun, India. She is a Gold Medalist in her M.Tech, Computer Science & Engineering batch 2015-2017. She published many papers in reputed journals, presented several papers in many National/International conferences, and wrote many book chapters. Dr. T.K Bhatia filed 20 Patents. She triumphantly completed and conducted many Certified Faculty Development Programmes (FDP). She successfully completed many certified trainings from the Queensland University of Technology, Australia, University of Leeds (England), and Murdoch University, Australia. Dr. Tarandeep Kaur is a “Member of reviewer committee” for the IEEE Communications Standards Magazine Journal, IEEE Access, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, Journal of Supercomputing, IET Communications, Physical Communications, and many more. She is also serving as an “Editorial and Review Board Member” for LC International Journal of STEM (LC-JSTEM) and Panel Member of the Technical Program Committee (TPC) of the COMS2-2021 conference. Her areas of interest are Vehicular Ad-hoc NETworks (VANETs), Data Congestion, Networking, Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence. Recently working with various simulators and tools such as NS-2, MATLAB, Omnet++, SUMO, VEINS for her research work.