Dr.Mahmoud Ahmad Al-Khasawneh

Al-Madinah International University / Faculty of Computer and Information Technology

Speech Title:  IOT Opportunities and Challenges

Speech Abstract: The Internet of Things (IoT) entails a connectivity extension into a bigger range of human environment. It allows more data comprehensions, analytics as well as competences of control of the world. In many ways, IoT has impacted the lives of man. Indeed, the possible prospects of IoT have been explored by many. As IoT has greater capacity and interconnectedness, many have begun to employ IoT as replacement of previous technologies. Accordingly, among the novel initiatives driven by IoT technologies include Society 5.0 in Japan, Smart and Connected Communities in USA, and PICASSO (ICT Policy, Research, and Innovation for a Smart Society) in EU. All these initiatives are part of the scrutiny of future concepts that are important to both the culture and the society made possible with the technologies of IOT.

Through IoT, consumers are presented with services and products that are innovative, at the time, place and in the manner that they desire. As IoT technologies improve in terms of reliability, affordability, extend of coverage, and in terms of its customization ability, the trend is expected to accelerate. Somehow, there are foundational obstacles currently facing IoT. Among these obstacles include the demand for scientific principles for the creation of IoT system design that is strong, hardy, and foreseeable, in addition to the demand for engineering principles for the construction of IoT open-systems that are scalable, verifiable, and trusted, as well as the need for human-centric principles for system engineering with the application of IOT.








Prof.Zainab Abu Bakar

Al-Madinah International University, Computer Science

Speech Title: Empowering Information Retrieval in Semantic Web

Speech Abstract: Information Retrieval was the center of stage for the library until the inception of Web 1.0 that was defined as search and passive in nature. Then the emergence of Web 2.0 that encouraged community, social interaction and user-generated content. Web 3.0 is a recent phenomenon and is known as “3D Web or Semantic Web”. The term "Semantic Web" is often used more specifically to refer to the formats and technologies that enable it. While, Web 4.0: Ultra Intelligent Electronic Agents Interaction between humans and machines.

Semantic technology encodes meanings separately from data and content files, and as well as separately from application codes. This enables machines as well as people to understand, share and reason with them at execution time. With semantic technologies, adding, changing and implementing new relationships or interconnecting programs in a different way can be just as simple as changing the external model that these programs share. Given an information need, semantic technologies can directly search, capture, aggregate, and make deduction in order to satisfy the need. 

This paper present a theoretical and developmental framework of knowledge representation for ensemble semantic technology base on ontology, semantic Web, and logical model, a connectivity framework and technology of distributed communicating system formalism based on ensemble intelligent agents to share knowledge through message passing technique and a theoretical and developmental framework for knowledge discovery which include knowledge aggregation engine to combine, normalize and summarize related information from various disparate sources to serve information needs.

These theoretical and developmental frameworks empowers Web 3.0 and embrace Web 4.0. We might still well be in Web 3.0 but 4.0 is coming and it's coming fast. 










A Prof.Wan Fatimah Wan Ahmad

Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

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A Prof.Adamu Abubakar Ibrahim, IEEE Senior Member

the department of Computer Science International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)

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