International Perspectives on Artificial Intelligence

International Perspectives on Artificial Intelligence

Edited by J. Mark Munoz & Alka Maurya

While there has been growing interest in artificial intelligence worldwide, reading material on the subject within an international context remains scarce. International Perspectives on Artificial Intelligence assembles thought leaders from around the world to advance thinking on the state of affairs of artificial intelligence in key locations around the world.

PDF, 152 Pages


January 2022

£25.00, $40.00

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January 2022

£25.00, $40.00

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About This Book

Artificial Intelligence, or AI, is a technological breakthrough that will revolutionize human life. Advancements in the area of AI are happening all across the globe and this technology is not only reshaping business and government and also being applied in the daily lives of individuals. 

AI has been integrated in many industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, financial services, retail and consumer, technology, communication and entertainment, energy, transportation and logistics. The application of AI in these industries has helped in not only making processes more efficient but also reducing cost. There are many applications of Ai which are yet to be researched and put into practice. A lot needs to be done to capitalize the full potential of this technology. Companies are, therefore, investing a plenty of funds in R&D activities to harness its maximum benefit.

International Perspectives on Artificial Intelligence is an effort to engage the practitioners, researchers and users in a discussion on AI and also to provide snapshots of the status of AI in different parts of the world. 


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Author Information

Mark Munoz is a Professor of International Business at Millikin University in Illinois, and a former Visiting Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He is the recipient of several awards including four Best Research Paper Awards, an international book award, a literary award and the ACBSP Teaching Excellence Award among others. Aside from top-tier journal publications, Munoz has published over 20 books including Winning Across Borders; International Social Entrepreneurship; Contemporary Microenterprises: Concepts and Cases; Handbook on the Geopolitics of Business; Managerial Forensics; Advances in Geoeconomics; and Global Business Intelligence.

Alka Maurya is a Professor at Amity International Business School, Amity University, Noida. A Computer Science graduate, she has done her Masters in International Business from the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi. She has over 20 years of experience in teaching, research and consulting.


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Table of Contents

List of Illustrations; List of Contributors; Chapter 1 Introduction, J. Mark Munoz and Alka Maurya; Chapter 2 Artificial Intelligence in the United States, Margaret A. Goralski and Krystyna Górniak-Kocikowska; Chapter 3 Artificial Intelligence in Canada, Sergio A. Escobar and Diana Sciortino; Chapter 4 The Mad Max Interceptor Experience in the UK: Artificial Intelligence in Mortgages, Arindom Basu, Hassan Sirelkhatim and Reetwija Chakraborty; Chapter 5 Artificial Intelligence in Germany: Strategy and Policy— the Impact of AI on German Economy, Mehrdad S. Sharbaf; Chapter 6 Japan’s ‘Artificial-Intelligence Hospital’ Project: Can It Help the Ageing Population?, Faith Hatani; Chapter 7 Artificial Intelligence in the Middle East European Countries, Andrea Bencsik; Chapter 8 A Million Products for a Billion People: Artificial Intelligence in Consumer Industries in India, Arindom Basu, Rohit Sehgal and Akul Jain; Chapter 9 “All- In AI”: What is Compelling Companies in China to Bet the House on Artificial Intelligence?, Dan Wong; Chapter 10 Artificial Intelligence Research in Russia: Recovering from the Polar Winter, Oleg P. Kuznetsov and Sergei O. Kuznetsov; Chapter 11 The Fourth Industrial Revolution in Africa, Wesley Doorsamy, Babu Sena Paul and Tshilidzi Marwala; Chapter 12 The Adoption of Artificial Intelligence within the Caribbean: Resuscitating the CARICOM’s Single Market and Economy, Kai- Ann D. Skeete; Chapter 13 Has Australia Been Late in Addressing the Artificial Intelligence Challenges?, Maria Beamond and Alan Montague; Chapter 14 Conclusion, J. Mark Munoz and Alka Maurya; Index.


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