Discover Internet of Things
In recent years, the use of the Internet of Things (IoT) has increased exponentially, and cybersecurity concerns have increased along with it. On the cutting edge of cybersecurity is Artificial Intelligence (AI), which is used for the development of complex algorithms to protect networks and systems, including IoT systems. However, cyber-attackers have figured out how to exploit AI and have even begun to use adversarial AI in order to carry out cybersecurity attacks. This review paper compiles information from several other surveys and research papers regarding IoT, AI, and attacks with and against AI and explores the relationship between these three topics with the purpose of comprehensively presenting and summarizing relevant literature in these fields.
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Original Publication Citation
Kuzlu, M., Fair, C., & Guler, O. (2021). Role of artificial intelligence in the Internet of Things (IoT) cybersecurity. Discover Internet of Things, 1 Article 7. https://doi.org/10.1007/s43926-020-00001-4
Kuzlu, Murat; Fair, Corinne; and Guler, Ozgur, "Role of Artificial Intelligence in the Internet of Things (IoT) Cybersecurity" (2021). Engineering Technology Faculty Publications. 176.