ISSN : 2583-2646

Recent Trends of Artificial Intelligence in the Internet of Things

ESP Journal of Engineering & Technology Advancements
© 2023 by ESP JETA
Volume 3  Issue 2
Year of Publication : 2023
Authors : Amitava Podder, Shyamalendu Paul


Amitava Podder, Shyamalendu Paul, 2023. Recent Trends of Artificial Intelligence in the Internet of Things ESP Journal of Engineering & Technology Advancements  3(2): 101-109.


The integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) is rapidly transforming various industries and enabling innovative applications. In recent years, several trends have emerged in the application of AI in the IoT, including edge computing for real-time analysis, predictive maintenance, intelligent automation, smart homes and cities, and security. Edge computing enables IoT devices to perform real-time analysis and decision-making, while predictive maintenance allows for proactive maintenance and reduces downtime. Intelligent automation enhances the efficiency and effectiveness of IoT devices, while smart homes and cities enable IoT devices to adapt to the needs and preferences of their users. Security is becoming a more significant concern, and AI can be used to detect and prevent cyberattacks. Overall, the integration of AI with IoT has the potential to create a more intelligent and efficient world, and we can expect to see even more innovative applications emerge in the future.


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Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Internet of Everything, Intelligent Systems, Cyber-physical systems.