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Intelligent Services in the IoE Paradigm: A New Age of Collaboration

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European Society for Socially Embedded Technologies (EUSSET)


Internet-based paradigms and technologies supported by the Internet of Everything (IoE) gain notoriety by integrating people, sensors, data, and processes in the most diverse applications, especially in collaborative approaches. Intelligent services utilize technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI) to facilitate teamwork and joint efforts in various environments. Despite its vast potential, a significant knowledge gap exists regarding collaborative approaches for intelligent services within the IoE paradigm. This work conducts a Rapid Review to elucidate contemporary methodologies for intelligent services within IoE and explores forthcoming collaboration trends. We use the 3C Collaboration model to categorize the selected literature based on Communication, Coordination, or Cooperation approaches. Findings highlight a predominant focus on Education, particularly emphasizing paradigms like Intelligence of Learning Things, followed by attention to Smart Cities and Industry 4.0, incorporating elements from the Social Internet of Things and Sustainable Collaborative Networks. Future collaboration trends underscore the emergence of the Social Internet of Things, which leverages social network strengths to overcome IoT limitations, fostering collaboration while enhancing operational efficiency and scalability within distributed networks. The contributions of this research encompass a comprehensive understanding of current collaborative methodologies within the IoE paradigm, alongside insights into future collaboration trends.


Taves, Amanda Addor; da Costa, Viviane C. Farias; Barbosa, Carlos Eduardo; de Souza, Jano Moreira (2024): Intelligent Services in the IoE Paradigm: A New Age of Collaboration. Proceedings of 22nd European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work. DOI: 10.48340/ecscw2024_ep13. European Society for Socially Embedded Technologies (EUSSET). EISSN: 2510-2591. Exploratory papers. Rimini, Italy. 17 June - 21 June, 2024