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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Technology (IJARET) (Vol.11, No. 11)

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Page : 1904-1910

Keywords : Artificial Intelligence; IoT; Machine Learning; Wireless Sensor Network; Computer Vision.;

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This article presented the Internet of Things (IoT), the longer-term Internet of Things (IoT) with significant intelligence added to “things.” This paper presents the importance of artificial intelligence methods to enable such Intelligent Communication Networks. Nowadays, wireless sensor networks have become a reality, especially for the remote monitoring of events in fields like healthcare, military, forest integrity or prediction of seismic activity in volcanoes. Thus, IoT with AI can become a large breakthrough. This is often not almost about saving money, smart things, reducing human effort, or any trending hype. This is often rather more than that — easing human life. There are, however, some serious issues just like the security concerns and ethical issues that will continue plaguing IoT. The large picture isn't how fascinating IoT with AI seems, but how common people perceive it a boon, a burden, or a threat. That is considering the subject open-ended, but with an AI perspective that addresses how the IoT affects sensing, perception, cognition, and behavior, or causal relations whether the context is obvious or uncertain for mundane decisions, complex decisions on the battlefield, life and death decisions within the medical arena, or decisions suffering from Intelligence agents and machines, concentrate to theoretical perspectives for the way these “things” may affect individuals, teams and societies and successively how they will affect these “things.” That is most interested in what may happen when these “things” begin to think.

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