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i-Society attracts national and international experts from academia, industries, government departments and start-ups entrepreneurial venture for emerging ideas – www.i-society.eu

The i-Society is a conference where researchers and practitioners in the ICT realm come together to share ideas, present their researches and work, discuss challenges, exchange ideas and experiences, build a better business and research relationship that can lead to future collaboration. The i-Society conference is a global knowledge-enriched collaborative effort that has its roots from both academia and industry. The i-Society conference covers a wide spectrum of topics that relate to information society and artificial intelligence (AI), which includes technical and non-technical research areas. The i-Society conference provides opportunities for collaboration of professionals and researchers to share existing and generate new knowledge. The i-Society conference encapsulates the concept of interdisciplinary science that studies the societal and technological dimensions in the digital society and intelligent systems.

The conference captures the concept of interdisciplinary science, which studies the technological and societal dimensions of the evolution of knowledge in the digital society. One of the major aims of the i-Society, the Internet-of-Things (IoT), is currently one of the most expected, evolving and developing technologies. It has captured the attention of major players in the industrial landscape, and according to Gartner’s Hype Cycle for IoT, it is currently at the “peak of inflated expectations”. The need to simplify M2M (machine-to-machine) connectivity, which happens to be emerging at an unprecedented rate, is one of the factors that drives the development of IoT. According to Machina Research, M2M connections will project from the two billion it was in 2012 to 12 billion in 2020. The value of the IoT market, in respect to Cisco’s report, is about nineteen million USD. The same source also states that only 0.6 percent of the physical objects of the IoT potential candidates are currently connected. Other numerous sources predict that there will be about fifty billion objects online in 2020.

If your work or research is in any way connected to this upcoming, impeccable tech storm, then you need to ensure that you attend the International Conference on Information Society. This is where you’ll get the perfect opportunity to let everyone know about your development. Even if it’s not related to IoT, there are many standard topics of interest that your work can be related to /or including; Cyber Security, New Enabling Technologies, Internet-of-Things (IoT), Intelligent Data Management, AI, Secure Technologies, Cloud Computing, e-Learning, e-Health, e-Art, e-Science, Industrial Developments, Application of Chaotic Computing, Resource virtualisation, Research in Progress, e-Governance, e-Society, Green Computing, Semantic Web, Smart City, ICT and Societal Challenges…!

So, if your research or work should fall into any of these categories, attending the conference is one of the best favours you can do yourself. Do not miss out on this year’s edition.

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