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International Journal of Research in Circuits, Devices and Systems


2021, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part A
Role of Turing machine for smart environment: Open issues and critical challenges


Author(s): Rohit Kumar

Abstract: Today, in this world of cutting-edge technological development when human lives are becoming easier day by day, people begin to believe that no obstacle is difficult for a machine to solve. Yet there are large number of problems which machines are not able to solve from a very long time. So, in order to reach our goal for fully formulated smart environment, a small world where various types of smart devices can work tirelessly to make people work and life more easy, comfortable with sense of security which can be possible by IOT, AI and Machine Learning used together. So, there is an ever-desired need for machines to think and act like a human to achieve the goal for fully formulated smart environment. Therefore, in this paper, we are going to discuss what is a Turing Machine, the role of Turing Machine in Smart Environment, what are the issues in formulating the machine and critical challenges we are facing while implementing the idea. As we are already aware from the fact that Turing machine, as described by Alan Turing is “abstract computational machine”, but the common belief that the idea of a Turing machine is directly attached to Smart Environments like AI is criticized. So, the question arises whether Turing machine is relevant to Smart Environments like AI? If yes, then what are the challenges and how can we prove it?

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How to cite this article:
Rohit Kumar. Role of Turing machine for smart environment: Open issues and critical challenges. Int J Res Circuits Devices Syst 2021;2(2):65-70.
International Journal of Research in Circuits, Devices and Systems