‘Cybernetic is the approach of how information is communicated in machines and electronic devices. In this era of Technology, how can we connect a Human Brain with a Computer Network – a Cybernetic does it all.”
Prof. Rahul Sahu is a Assistant Professor in Department of Computer Science & Engineering in Lakshmi Narain College of Technology, Bhopal (MP) from last 5 Years. He has a 10 years of Teaching Experience. He has previously worked in Samrat Ashok Technological Institute, Vidisha (MP) and TIT Bhopal(MP). He has done his M.Tech from MANIT Bhopal (MP) and B.E from LNCT Bhopal(MP).
Prof Pratishtha Singh Baghel, B.E (CSE), M.Tech is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Information Technology at Sagar Institute of Research & Technology, Bhopal. She had completed her Master’s from BUIT, Bhopal, and Bachelor from Bansal college of Engineering Bhopal. She has vast experience in teaching for more than a decade in some of the premier Engineering Colleges at Madhya Pradesh (i.e Technocrats Institute of Technology, Lakshmi Narain College of Technology, Bhopal ).
Dr. Jaideep Patel is an Associate Professor in Department of Information Technology in Sagar Institute of Research and Technology, Bhopal (MP). He has completed his Ph.D and M.Tech. from MANIT Bhopal (MP) .He completed his B.E. from Institute of Engineering and Technology DAVV Indore. His areas of interest include Network Security, Algorithms, Compiler Design, Mobile Computing and Wireless Network.
Dr. Rachana Dubey is currently working as Professor & Head in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at LNCTE, Bhopal& she is having 18yrs of teaching experience in Technical Education. She has completed B.E.(CSE) from RGPV University in year 2001 & completed her M.Tech. (CSE) from Barkatulla University in 2009 and she was awarded Ph.D. (CSE) from Mahatma Gandhi Gramodaya Chitrakoot University in 2015. Her area of interest includes Data Mining, Object Oriented Programming, Computer Graphics, Multimedia, Soft Computing and Machine Learning. She has experience in teaching the graduate and postgraduate classes. She has guided more than 30PG students. She has published large number of papers in different Conferences & National and International Journals. She has published 2 books “Network and Information Security” and “Software Engineering and Testing”. She has 1 patent on “Smart Tracker” along with 3 copyrights (Honey pot-Detection, Smart Tracker: An Android Application, Aavashomes). She is a member of various Professional Societies like IEEE, CSI, Life time membership of ISTE, IRED &APCBEES (Hong Kong) Prof Ashish Chaturvedi is a faculty in Department of Computer Science & Engineering of LNCT Group of institutions, Bhopal (MP). Presently, he is pursuing Ph.D from Rajiv Gandhi Technical University, Bhopal. He has done his Master of Technology from ITM University, Gwalior (MP) in 2014. He has guided many researches Scholar of Master of Technologies. He has published many research papers in various repute national and international journals. He has also been a member in various academic and technical committees of international and national conferences and societies. His research area includes Ad-Hoc Network, Network Security, and Data Base Management System. Prof Prashant Kumar Shrivastava is a faculty in Department of Computer Science & Engineering in LNCT Group of institutions, Bhopal (MP). He has completed his Masters in Information Technology from LNCT Bhopal in 2011. Presently, he is pursuing P H.D from Oriental University in computer science & Engineering. Indore. He has 12 years of experience in teaching and research in Rustamji institute of technology, BSF, Tekanpur, Gwalior. He has various research publications in reputed national and international journals and conferences. His teaching and research area are included VNET, Ad-Hoc Network, Network Security, Web Designing, Web Analysis, and Web Database. Prof Ram raj Dangi is a faculty in Department of Computer Science & Engineering at LNCT Group of Technology Bhopal (MP). He has completed his Masters in Computer Science & Engineering from SATI Vidisha in 2017. Presently, he is pursuing Ph.D from VIT University in computer science & Engineering, Bhopal. He has experience in teaching and research in LNCT Bhopal. He has various research publications in reputed national and international journals and conferences. His teaching and research areas are included Cloud security, AWS, Machine Learning, Data structure and JAVA.
This book answers to the ultimate question of life like how was the sun born?, how did the universe began?,etc. After reading this book you would be able to answer the questions of astronomy.
Technology! We all love it! But do you know how it will look in the future? What type of technology we will use in the future? Will there be any smartphones? Computers? In this book, I have written about the future of technology in various fields such as Education, Transportation, Smartphones, Warfare, etc. As we all know, every coin has two sides. Technology also has two sides: positive and negative. I have also talked about the future of technology in a positive way and also in a negative way. Technology has many negative sides as well as positive sides. This book will take you to another level of the technology world where you’ll get to know about its future.
The future was perhaps never so unpredictable in the history of mankind. Today, the world is on the
cusp of next industrial revolution where technology is changing every ‘nano’ second and is
supplementing (even supplanting) human intelligence. The things which were unheard of a few years
back have become common today. Artificial intelligence equipped devices, Internet of Things (IOT),
advanced robotics, driverless cars, hyper loop, nano technology, block chain, bit-coin, virtual reality, 3D
printing etc are going to revolutionize our lives. Within next 20-30 years (say by 2050), life will become
unrecognizably different from what it is today. This book is an attempt to present life changing
technologies and associated issues such as: 'Whether world will be ruled by machines in future?' 'Will
we lose our jobs to Artificial Intelligence/Robots?' 'What should we teach our kids to compete with
machines?' social dimensions of super longevity and designer babies, future of transportation demand
and so on. The book has been written in a simple non-technical language and has been targeted at
explorers with inquisitive minds who are interested in knowing the potential of technology. It leaves the
readers to marvel at what human mind can come up with.