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Post-Covid 19 challenges: AI technology and innovation (SIINTEC VI)

Guest Editors

Dr. Lílian Lefol Nani Guarieiro

Prof. Roberto José da Silva Badaró

Dr. Daniel Motta

A pandemic creates a series of demands, including scientific ones, that need to be answered. The value of science, the development of industry, and the role of the State in the midst of an unprecedented pandemic have received unparalleled attention by society as of late.

In 2020, the International Symposium on Innovation and Technology (SIINTEC) focused on discussing challenges in science, technology and, innovation in a post COVID-19 world. 

AI Perspectives partnered with the organizers of SIINTEC to bring forth full length, peer reviewed articles from the research presented and discussed at the conference. 

Articles will undergo the journal’s standard peer-review process and are subject to all of the journal’s standard policies, including those pertaining to Collections. Articles will be added to the Collection as they are published.

  1. An evolution of smart and connected cars allows the advancement of smart cities and new business models for automakers. The main objective of this article was to understand the capability of Brazilian vehicles...

    Authors: Philippe Cedraz Lopes, Juliana Carla Santos da Silva, Lílian Lefol Nani Guarieiro and Davidson Martins Moreira
    Citation: AI Perspectives 2021 3:5
  2. The current scenario of a global pandemic caused by the virus SARS-CoV-2 (COVID19), highlights the importance of water studies in sewage systems. In Brazil, about 35 million Brazilians still do not have treate...

    Authors: José Roberto Dantas da Silva Júnior, Rizzieri Pedruzzi, Filipe Milani de Souza, Patrick Silva Ferraz, Daniel Guimarães Silva, Carolina Sacramento Vieira, Marcelo Romero de Moraes, Erick Giovani Sperandio Nascimento and Davidson Martins Moreira
    Citation: AI Perspectives 2021 3:4
  3. COVID-19 outbreak has heavily impacted the manufacturing industry, including Brazilian Automotive Industry. The effects of COVID-19 created restrictions in several industry processes as supply chain. On the ot...

    Authors: Milton C. Soares, Cristiano V. Ferreira and Thiago B. Murari
    Citation: AI Perspectives 2021 3:3