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ACM Transactions on Internet Technology 2020 : Edge-AI for Connected Living


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Submission Deadline Oct 1, 2020
Notification Due Mar 31, 2020
Final Version Due May 1, 2020
Categories    edge   AI   connected living   COVID-19

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ACM Transactions on Internet Technology
Special Issue on

Edge-AI for Connected Living

With the digital revolution, edge analytics along with Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become an important part of our lives and is getting tremendous attention from industry, academia, governments, and from the smart connected living community as a whole. The Internet of Things (IoT) has brought the true vision of the connected world into reality with a massive amount of data and numerous services. However, because of the massive connectivity of IoT-connected devices in providing numerous connected living services, it becomes computation intensive and storage burden at each edge device. To address these challenges, edge computing along with AI provides powerful computation services and massive data acquisition at edge networks in an intelligent manner for autonomous decision-making, which is quite impossible for individual human analysts. The edge-AI (edge analytics driven by AI) has the capability to self-learn the data, understand the pattern, optimize, make predictions and providing fresh insights to stakeholders of connected living for better decision with improved Quality of Services (QoS). Even though a very few researchers have been making advances to the study of AI and edge data analytics individually, a very little attention has been given to build a cost-effective Edge-AI driven connected living ecosystem while considering many aspects of its algorithms, communications, offloading, caching, architectures/framework, and services. Still, many technical challenges need to be addressed in this convergence of edge-AI driven connected living paradigm.
The aim of this Special Issue (SI) is to bring academic researchers and industry developers together for sharing the recent advances and future trends of AI-driven edge intelligence for connected living. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following:
• Explainable AI (XAI) and predictive edge analytics for COVID-19
• Edge AI-assisted COVID-19 and similar infectious disease detection or diagnosis systems
• AI-centric Mobile Edge Computing approach for Connected Living
• AI-enabled IoT-edge data analytics for Connected Living
• AI-enabled edge data fusion for Connected Living
• ML-driven driven edge approach to Connected Living
• AI/Deep Learning/Machine Learning based networked applications, techniques and testbeds for connected Living
• AI-driven multi access edge computing approach for Connected Living
• New opportunities, challenges, case studies, and applications of Edge-AI for Connected Living
• Security, Privacy, and Trust of Edge-AI for Connected Living

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