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Disruptive Technologies for Disruptive Innovations: Challenges and Opportunities

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Abstract

Disruptive technologies continuously and significantly alter the way people communicate and collaborate as well as the way industries operate today and in the future. To create new business models and opportunities, several combinations of disruptive technologies are being introduced nowadays. Among these technologies, cloud computing, IoT, Blockchain, artificial intelligence, social networks and media, big data, and 5G are mostly used. For instance, Blockchain technology made distributed solutions feasible and popular. On the other hand, big data and the social media are two contemporary technologies which lament significant impact on business and society. This paper presents a holistic approach to integration perspectives of these technologies considering many challenges like security and privacy. This paper also surveys the most relevant work in order to analyze how some of these technologies could potentially improve each other.

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  • Cloud computing
  • Social media
  • IoT
  • Blockchain
  • AI
  • Services
  • Next generation networks

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Gawanmeh, A., Al-Karaki, J.N. (2021). Disruptive Technologies for Disruptive Innovations: Challenges and Opportunities. In: Latifi, S. (eds) ITNG 2021 18th International Conference on Information Technology-New Generations. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 1346. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-70416-2_55

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