Advances in Engineering Innovation
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  • Open Access | Article 2023-12-25 Doi: 10.54254/2977-3903/5/2023025

    Blockchain beyond cryptocurrencies: An exploration of potential applications

    Blockchain technology, primarily acclaimed for its instrumental role in underpinning cryptocurrencies, has seen rising prominence in a multitude of applications outside the digital currency realm. Its decentralized infrastructure coupled with cryptographic integrity offers solutions to longstanding challenges across various industries, including supply chain, healthcare, and finance. This research endeavor delves into these multifarious applications, providing insights into the potential benefits and the existing impediments in the broader adoption of blockchain technology.

  • Open Access | Article 2023-12-25 Doi: 10.54254/2977-3903/5/2023040

    Edge AI and IoT: Direct integration for on-the-device data processing

    The integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) with the Internet of Things (IoT) devices has led to the emergence of Edge AI, a transformative solution that enables data processing directly on the IoT devices or "at the edge" of the network. This paper explores the benefits of Edge AI, emphasizing reduced latency, bandwidth conservation, enhanced privacy, and faster decision-making. Despite its advantages, challenges like resource constraints on IoT devices persist. By examining the practical implications of Edge AI in sectors like healthcare and urban development, this study underscores the paradigm shift towards more efficient, secure, and responsive technological ecosystems.

  • Open Access | Article 2023-12-22 Doi: 10.54254/2977-3903/5/2023055

    Underlying factors that may affect the treatment of Platelet-rich plasma in chronic wounds

    Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) has gained widespread usage in the treatment of various chronic wounds due to its ease of preparation and high safety profile. But not every treatment can achieve satisfactory results. The quality of PRP is based on individual biological characteristics. Autologous PRP technology is greatly affected by the patient himself. Individual responses to PRP treatment are different and will produce different therapeutic effects. Especially in patients with uncontrollable factors such as aging, diabetes, and coronary heart disease, the use of antiplatelet drugs may potentially reduce the quality of autologous platelet-rich plasma (PRP). When treating related diseases, it is important to consider the impact of factors such as age, gender, and the specific disease. Currently, many researchers are focusing on the development of allogeneic PRP technology to avoid the inconvenience of collecting autologous blood and reduce potential negative effects that may exist in the patient's disease itself. In this review, we explore the factors generally recognized in current research which influence the efficacy of PRP.

  • Open Access | Article 2023-12-25 Doi: 10.54254/2977-3903/5/2023039

    Personalized learning through AI

    The realm of education is witnessing a transformative integration with Artificial Intelligence (AI), poised to redefine the contours of pedagogical strategies. Central to this transformation is the emergence of personalized learning experiences, where AI endeavors to tailor educational content and interactions to resonate with individual learners' unique needs, preferences, and pace. This paper delves into the multifaceted dimensions of AI-driven personalized learning, from its potential to enhance e-learning modules, the advent of AI-powered virtual tutors, to the ethical challenges it surfaces. As the tapestry of education becomes more intertwined with digital innovations, understanding AI's role in individualizing learning becomes paramount.

  • Open Access | Article 2023-12-25 Doi: 10.54254/2977-3903/5/2023032

    Introduction for human-centric software engineering

    In the evolving landscape of software development, Human-Centric Software Engineering (HCSE) is emerging as a pivotal paradigm, prioritizing human needs and experiences at the core of software engineering processes. This research delves into the fundamental principles of HCSE, its implications on software quality, and the enhanced user satisfaction it promises. Through comprehensive surveys, case study analyses, and user feedback sessions, this study reaffirms the increasing significance of HCSE in modern software development. Despite its evident benefits, the research also sheds light on the organizational barriers hindering its broad adoption. As software systems continue to intertwine with our daily lives, the research underscores the imperative shift from mere functionality to creating holistic, human-centered software experiences.

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