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    Internet of Things Challenges and Opportunities.Deekshaa Khanna - 2019 - International Journal For Technological Research in Engineering 12 (6).
    Technology is evolving rapidly, and cheaper and smaller devices that vary in size, computational power using cloud technologies or operating mode become available. These devices are always connected to form a network in order to enhance communication and data transmission. Such devices are largely referred to as smart devices e.g., smart homes, smart cities, smart cars, etc. that are connected to a complex infrastructure known as the Internet of things. Internet of Things generates a huge amount of data that poses (...)
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    Use of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare and Medicine.Deekshaa Khanna - 2018 - International Journal Of Innovations in Engineering Research And Technology 12 (5):21-24.
    Artificial Intelligence is a field of computer science that mimic human cognitive functions. It has brought a paradigm shift in the medical field mostly due to the increase in healthcare data and rapid increase of analytical techniques. In recent years AI has surpassed human performance in several medical field areas, and this is a great adoption in healthcare. Also, through the use of analytical techniques, AI has the capabilities to prevent, detect, diagnose, and treat a wide range of diseases. This (...)
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    "We Have to Coordinate the Flow" Oder: Die Sozialphysik des Anstoßes. Zum Steuerungs- Und Regelungsdenken Neokybernetischer Politiken.Anna-Verena Nosthoff & Felix Maschewski - 2019 - In Alexander Friedrich, Petra Gehring, Christoph Hubig, Andreas Kaminski & Alfred Nordmann (eds.), Jahrbuch Technikphilosophie 2019.
    Der Aufsatz diskutiert das Steuerungs- und Regelungsdenken zeitgenössischer neokybernetischer Governance-Ansätze (Pentland/ Khanna/ Noveck/ Thaler & Sunstein) unter besonderer Berücksichtigung früher Modelle politischer Kybernetik. Erstere werden dabei als Weiterentwicklung kybernetischer Staatstheorien charakterisiert, wobei insbesondere deren implizite kybernetische Grundannahmen problematisiert werden: Das Paradigma einer kontrollierbaren Freiheit, die Fixierung auf systemische Ultrastabilität und die Prozesse dynamischer, selbstregelnder Anpassung im Zusammenhang der anthropologischen Prämisse des Homo imitans, grundieren, so die These, eine umfassende „algorithmische Gouvernementalität“ und damit die Potentiale einer integralen Herrschaft. -/- In (...)
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