The population pyramid is changing at an increasingly rapid pace, and the new structure involves unavoidable changes in public services and their financing, with particular reference to the world of health and social services. There is a real need to incorporate artificial intelligence into their processes over the next few years with intelligent systems that learn from existing applications in order to process and manipulate data and communicate with other expert systems. In this context, the Internet of Everything and devices with sensors play a key role in providing comfort, greater productivity, and cost reduction for individuals and companies.
This Special Issue is addressed to all intelligent social health systems designed with sensors following the Internet-of-Everything paradigm.
Internet of Everything
social health systems
Dr. Macarena Espinilla-Estevéz
Prof. Dr. Mª Ángeles Verdejo-Espinosa
Dr. Francisco Javier Cabrerizo-Lorite
Prof. Dr. Yolanda María de la Fuente Robles