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Handbook of Research on Artificial Intelligence, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

9781839106743 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Elias G. Carayannis, Professor of Science, Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, School of Business, George Washington University, US and Evangelos Grigoroudis, Professor of Quality Management, School of Production Engineering and Management, Technical University of Crete, Greece
Publication Date: February 2023 ISBN: 978 1 83910 674 3 Extent: c 576 pp
The Handbook of Research on Artificial Intelligence, Innovation and Entrepreneurship focuses on theories, policies, practices, and politics of technology innovation and entrepreneurship based on Artificial Intelligence (AI). It examines when, where, how, and why AI triggers, catalyzes, and accelerates the development, exploration, exploitation, and invention feeding into entrepreneurial actions that result in innovation success.

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The Handbook of Research on Artificial Intelligence, Innovation and Entrepreneurship focuses on theories, policies, practices, and politics of technology innovation and entrepreneurship based on Artificial Intelligence (AI). It examines when, where, how, and why AI triggers, catalyzes, and accelerates the development, exploration, exploitation, and invention feeding into entrepreneurial actions that result in innovation success.

Individual chapters explore the factors that shape and drive innovation and entrepreneurship, including modalities (such as the Internet of Things (IoT)), challenges (such as privacy and safety concerns), and opportunities (such as augmenting the efficacy frontier of technological solutions enabled by AI).

This Handbook provides comprehensive coverage of AI, technology, and innovation and entrepreneurship for academics, policy makers, practitioners, and students.
Contributors
Contributors include: Sakshi Aggarwal, Dimitris Askounis, Giovanni Baldassarri, David F. J. Campbell, Elias G. Carayannis, Alina Cherepovitsyna, Paul D. Clough, Iván Manuel De la Vega Hernández, Manlio Del Giudice, Haris Doukas, Michalis Doumpos, Luis Farinha, João J. M. Ferreira, Piero Formica, Evangelos Grigoroudis, Phillip Harvard, Fatime Barbara Hegyi, Christina Kakderi, Maria Kamariotou, Eleni Kanellou, Sokratis Katsikas, Fotis Kitsios, Benjamin James Knox, Nikos Komninos, Evangelia Krassadaki, Christos Lemonakis, Efstratios Livanis, João Lopes, Ricardo Lugo, Vangelis Marinakis, Nikolaos Matsatsinis, Loizos Michael, Ariadni Michalitsi-Psarrou, Dimitrios Mitroulis, Christos Ntanos, Jahna Otterbacher, Pankaj Pandey, Anastasia Panori, Armando Papa, Rossana Piccolo, Marco Pironti, John Psarras, Ruslan Rakhmatullin, Oscar Schiappa-Pietra, Veronica Scuotto, Angel Serrano, Stavros Sindakis, Pantelis Sotirelis, Georgios Spathoulas, Ian Stewart, Stefan Sütterlin, Theodora Valvi, Kun Wang, Constantin Zopounidis
Contents
Contents:

Preface

Introduction

AI for business
Chapter 1: Scientific mapping of artificial intelligence as an emerging field of knowledge
Authors: Iván Manuel De la Vega Hernández, Angel Serrano Urdaneta, Oscar Schiappa-Pietra
Chapter 2: An Odyssey of Ideas about A.I., Innovation and Entrepreneur(ship)
Authors: Phillip Harvard
Chapter 3: The Future of Business: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning
Authors: Christos Lemonakis, Constantin Zopounidis
Chapter 4: Conversations with French Innovative Entrepreneurs about A.I.
Authors: Phillip Harvard

Digital Transformation
Chapter 5: Digital Transformation and Digital Maturity Models: A blueprint strategic decision-making framework
Authors: Dimitrios Mitroulis, Fotis Kitsios
Chapter 6: AI and Innovation Design for New Product and Service Development in Digital Ecosystem
Authors: Rossana Piccolo, Veronica Scuotto, Armando Papa, Marco Pironti, Manlio Del Giudice
Chapter 7: Explainability and the Fourth AI Revolution
Authors: Loizos Michael
Chapter 8: Energy Management 4.0
Authors: Vangelis Marinakis, Haris Doukas, John Psarras

Digital Entrepreneurship
Chapter 9: Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Open Data Ecosystem: Stakeholder perspectives and challenges
Authors: Fotis Kitsios, Maria Kamariotou
Chapter 10: Cognitive Agility for Improved Understanding and Self-Governance: A Human-Centric AI Enabler
Authors: Benjamin James Knox, Stefan Sütterlin, Ricardo Lugo
Chapter 11: Artificial Intelligence in the energy sector
Authors: Alina Cherepovitsyna
Chapter 12: The Cultural World of High-Tech Startups
Authors: Giovanni Baldassarri, Piero Formica

Digital Business Models and Industry 4.0
Chapter 13: The Value Creation of Artificial Intelligence: Business Models based on the Internet of Things (IoT)
Authors: Sakshi Aggarwal, Stavros Sindakis
Chapter 14: Implications of Blockchain Technologies in Industry 4.0
Authors: Georgios Spathoulas, Sokratis Katsikas
Chapter 15: Artificial Intelligence and Emerging Technologies: Exploring opportunities through Smart Specialisation
Authors: Ruslan Rakhmatullin, Fatime Barbara Hegyi

Cyber-Security
Chapter 16: Financial analysis and management of cyber risk
Authors: Efstratios Livanis, Michalis Doumpos, Constantin Zopounidis
Chapter 17: The Future of Cyber Risk Management: AI and DLT for Automated Cyber Risk Modelling, Decision Making, and Risk Transfer
Authors: Pankaj Pandey, Sokratis Katsikas

Smart Cities
Chapter 18: Transformation of smart city public services through AI and big data analytics: Towards universal cross-sector solutions
Authors: Anastasia Panori, Christina Kakderi, Nikos Komninos
Chapter 19: The notion of interoperability in smart cities: A system of systems approach
Authors: Pantelis Sotirelis, Theodora Valvi, Evangelos Grigoroudis, Elias G. Carayannis
Chapter 20: Landing the scientific helicopter to explore in-depth some best practices in Smart City Innovation Ecosystems
Authors: Luis Farinha, João Lopes, João J. M. Ferreira

Society and the Digital Transformation
Chapter 21: Evaluating citizen sensing applications: How simulation of human mobility can contribute to the search of missing children
Authors: Ariadni Michalitsi-Psarrou, Eleni Kanellou, Christos Ntanos, Dimitris Askounis
Chapter 22: Career options and necessary technical skills in AI
Authors: Evangelia Krassadaki, Nikolaos Matsatsinis
Chapter 23: The impact of AI on expert labour and professions – a neo-traitist analysis of Project Management
Authors: Ian Stewart, Kun Wang

AI and Democracy
Chapter 24: From Industry 4.0 to Democracy 5.0
Authors: David F. J. Campbell, Elias G. Carayannis
Chapter 25: Democratizing AI: From Theory to Practice
Authors: Paul D. Clough, Jahna Otterbacher
Chapter 26: Digital Transformation of Democracy and Politics: Sustainable Development as a Crucial Dimension for Conceptualization and Measurement of Democracy and Quality of Democracy
Authors: David F. J. Campbell, Elias G. Carayannis

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