Artificial Intelligence for the Internet of Everything considers the foundations, metrics and applications of IoE systems.
It covers whether devices and IoE systems should speak only to each other, to humans or to both. Further, the book explores
how IoE systems affect targeted audiences (researchers, machines, robots, users) and society, as well as future ecosystems.
It examines the meaning, value and effect that IoT has had and may have on ordinary life, in business, on the battlefield,
and with the rise of intelligent and autonomous systems. Based on an artificial intelligence (AI) perspective, this book addresses
how IoE affects sensing, perception, cognition and behavior.
Each chapter addresses practical, measurement, theoretical
and research questions about how these "things" may affect individuals, teams, society or each other. Of particular focus
is what may happen when these "things" begin to reason, communicate and act autonomously on their own, whether independently
or interdependently with other "things".