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Transformative Effects of IoT, Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence on Cloud Computing: Evolution, Vision, Trends and Open Challenges

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Transformative Effects of IoT, Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence on Cloud Computing : Evolution, Vision, Trends and Open Challenges. / Gill, Sukhpal; Tuli, Shreshth; Xu, Minxian; Singh, Inderpreet; Singh, Karan; Lindsay, Dominic; Tuli, Shikhar; Smirnova, Daria; Singh, Manmeet; Jain, Udit; Pervaiz, Haris; Sehgal, Bhanu; Kaila, Sukhwinder Singh; Misra, Sanjay; Aslanpour, Mohammad Sadegh; Mehta, Harshit; Stankovski, Vlado; Garraghan, Peter.

In: Internet of Things, Vol. 8, 100118, 01.12.2019.

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Gill, S, Tuli, S, Xu, M, Singh, I, Singh, K, Lindsay, D, Tuli, S, Smirnova, D, Singh, M, Jain, U, Pervaiz, H, Sehgal, B, Kaila, SS, Misra, S, Aslanpour, MS, Mehta, H, Stankovski, V & Garraghan, P 2019, 'Transformative Effects of IoT, Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence on Cloud Computing: Evolution, Vision, Trends and Open Challenges', Internet of Things, vol. 8, 100118. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.iot.2019.100118

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Gill, S., Tuli, S., Xu, M., Singh, I., Singh, K., Lindsay, D., Tuli, S., Smirnova, D., Singh, M., Jain, U., Pervaiz, H., Sehgal, B., Kaila, S. S., Misra, S., Aslanpour, M. S., Mehta, H., Stankovski, V., & Garraghan, P. (2019). Transformative Effects of IoT, Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence on Cloud Computing: Evolution, Vision, Trends and Open Challenges. Internet of Things, 8, [100118]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.iot.2019.100118

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Gill, Sukhpal ; Tuli, Shreshth ; Xu, Minxian ; Singh, Inderpreet ; Singh, Karan ; Lindsay, Dominic ; Tuli, Shikhar ; Smirnova, Daria ; Singh, Manmeet ; Jain, Udit ; Pervaiz, Haris ; Sehgal, Bhanu ; Kaila, Sukhwinder Singh ; Misra, Sanjay ; Aslanpour, Mohammad Sadegh ; Mehta, Harshit ; Stankovski, Vlado ; Garraghan, Peter. / Transformative Effects of IoT, Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence on Cloud Computing : Evolution, Vision, Trends and Open Challenges. In: Internet of Things. 2019 ; Vol. 8.

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abstract = "Cloud computing plays a critical role in modern society and enables a range of applications from infrastructure to social media. Such system must cope with varying load and evolving usage reflecting societies{\textquoteright} interaction and dependency on automated computing systems whilst satisfying Quality of Service (QoS) guarantees. Enabling these systems are a cohort of conceptual technologies, synthesized to meet demand of evolving computing applications. In order to understand current and future challenges of such system, there is a need to identify key technologies enabling future applications. In this study, we aim to explore how three emerging paradigms (Blockchain, IoT and Artificial Intelligence) will influence future cloud computing systems. Further, we identify several technologies driving these paradigms and invite international experts to discuss the current status and future directions of cloud computing. Finally, we proposed a conceptual model for cloud futurology to explore the influence of emerging paradigms and technologies on evolution of cloud computing.",
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