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Handbook of Research on the Evolution of IT and the Rise of E-Society

Handbook of Research on the Evolution of IT and the Rise of E-Society
Author(s)/Editor(s): Maki Habib (The American University in Cairo, Egypt)
Copyright: ©2019
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-7214-5
ISBN13: 9781522572145
ISBN10: 1522572147
EISBN13: 9781522572152


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Rapid advancement in information and communication technologies have led to interconnected and predominately online interactions in the current era. It is crucial for current organizations to adapt and integrate internet technologies to increase flexibility, effective services, and competitiveness.

The Handbook of Research on the Evolution of IT and the Rise of E-Society is a pivotal reference source that provides vital research on the application of embedded and connected technology and its role in modern society. While highlighting topics such as information privacy, knowledge management, and social media, this publication explores the development and cultivation of e-community in organizations, as well as the methods of addressing interpersonal facilitation, user-friendly design, and mobile accessibility. This book is ideally designed for program developers, computer engineers, managers, business professionals, researchers, and graduate-level students seeking current research on the adoption and efficient usage, formation, and maintenance of internet and communication technology interaction.

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Author's/Editor's Biography

Maki Habib (Ed.)
Maki Habib obtained his Doctor of Engineering Sciences in Intelligent and Autonomous Robot from the University of Tsukuba, Japan. He was a senior research scientist with GMD, Japan, leading the Telecooperation group, Associate Professor with Monash University and lead the Mechatronics Engineering Programme. He was appointed as a full Professor of Robotics and Mechatronics at Swinburne University. Then, he was an invited Professor at KAIST, Korea, Visiting Professor at Saga University, Japan, and now a full Professor at AUC. His main area of research is focusing on human adaptive and friendly Mechatronics, autonomous navigation, service robots and humanitarian demining, telecooperation, distributed teleoperation and collaborative control, wireless sensor networks and ambient intelligence, biomemtic, bioinspiration and biomedical robots.


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