Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence in Cyber-Physical Systems

A special issue of Electronics (ISSN 2079-9292). This special issue belongs to the section "Artificial Intelligence".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 November 2024 | Viewed by 843

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Graduate School of Data Science, Chonnam National University, Gwangju 61186, Korea
Interests: artificial intelligence of things (AIoT); digital twin; metaverse; cyber-physical system; web 3.0; trustworthy AI
Department of ICT Convergence System Engineering, Chonnam National University, Gwangju 61186, Korea
Interests: cloud networking; multimedia QoS/QoE; metaverse platform; intelligent network design; immersive media processing
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Dear Colleagues,

Artificial intelligence (AI) is very important for autonomous systems and applications interating physical and cyber worlds with information and communication technology in our daily life. This Special Issue focuses on the adoption of AI in cyber-physical systems. Recently, digital twin technologies that model objects, people, and spaces in the physical world as Internet-based virtual objects and predict and prepare for future problems through AI-based simulation are developing. In addition, people and sensors in the physical world can also be linked to the cyber world of the Metaverse to perform social and economic activities, such as games and commerce. Although AI provides tremendous benefits to humans, there are a lot of negative effects due to the lack of trust in the proper use of AI. Therefore, buidling trust between cyber-physical systems and humans is essential in terms of explainablity, robustness, and bias. To address these trust related issues, this Special Issue on “Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence in Cyber-Physical Systems” aims to cover key concepts, archiectural approaches, methodology and technical solutions, including policy, regulatory, and ethics issues for trustworthy AI in intelligent and advanced cyber-physical systems, taking into account emerging technologies, such as digital twin, metaverse, and web 3.0.

Prof. Dr. Tai-Won Um
Dr. Jinsul Kim
Prof. Dr. Gyu Myoung Lee
Guest Editors

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  • trustworthy AI in cyber-physical systems
  • trustworthy AI in metaverse
  • trustworthy AI in web 3.0
  • autonomous digital twins
  • autonomous internet of things (IoT)
  • autonomous system of systems
  • artificial intelligence of things (AIoT)

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