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What is Digital Twins

Recent Developments in Machine and Human Intelligence
Virtual replicas of physical objects, processes, or systems that are created using digital technologies, such as computer-aided design (CAD), simulation, and data analytics. In the context of engineering and manufacturing, digital twins are used to model and simulate products, equipment, and manufacturing processes, allowing for optimization, prediction, and analysis of performance and behavior.
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Artificial Intelligence in Modern Medical Science: A Promising Practice
Ranjit Barua (OmDayal Group of Institutions, India) and Sudipto Datta (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India)
Copyright: © 2023 |Pages: 12
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-9189-8.ch001
Medical technology powered by artificial intelligence is quickly developing into useful clinical practice solutions. Deep learning algorithms can handle the growing volumes of data produced by mobile monitoring sensors found in wearables, smartphones, and other medical devices. Currently, only a very limited number of clinical practice settings, such as the detection of atrial fibrillation, epilepsy seizures, and hypoglycemia, or the diagnosis of disease based on histopathological examination or medical imaging, benefit from the application of artificial intelligence. Patients have been waiting for the deployment of augmented medicine since it gives them more autonomy and more individualized care, but doctors have been resistant because they weren't ready for such a change in clinical practice. The purpose of this study is to glance over recent scientific material and offer a perspective on the advantages, potential benefits, and potential concerns of established artificial intelligence applications in the modern healthcare sector.
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Digital Twins, Stress Tests, and the Need for Resilient Supply Chains
Digital twins refer to a connected digital model or a digital replica of a real-world system.
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Is a digital representation of an intended or actual real-world physical product, system, or process (a physical twin) that serves as the effectively indistinguishable digital counterpart of it for practical purposes, such as simulation, integration, testing, monitoring, and maintenance.
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The Nexus of Smart Contracts and Digital Twins Transforming Green Finance With Automated Transactions in Investment Agreements: Leveraging Smart Contracts for Green Investment Agreements and Automated Transactions
Digital copies or representations of real-world systems, processes, or objects. They are designed to resemble their physical counterparts in terms of behaviour, attributes, and performance utilising simulations and real-time data.
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An Effectiveness Modelling Approach for IoT-Based Smart Grids
A digital twin is a virtual representation that serves as the real-time digital counterpart of a physical object or process.
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Digital Twins and Federated Learning for Smart Cities and Their Applications
Digital twin is the concept of virtual replica of physical object. Digital twins duplicate the physical model for remote monitoring, viewing, and controlling based on the digital format. It is actually the alive model of the physical systems which uninterruptedly adapts to operational changes based on the real-time data from various loT sensors and devices and predicts the future of the matching physical counterparts with the help of machine learning/artificial intelligence.
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Metaverse and Digital Twins: An Opportunity to Increase Retailers' Profitability? An Exploratory Research Using Nike Case Study and Retail Managers' In-Depth Interviews
Are digital replicas or representations of physical objects, infrastructures or intangible systems that can be examined, altered, and tested without interacting with it in the real world and avoiding negative consequences.
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Digital Identity Powered Health Ecosystems: Opportunities, Challenges, and Future Directions
A digital replica of a real world person, object, process or entity and has the capability of generating data analytics simulations
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Unleashing the Déjà Rêvé Effect in Marketing: Empowering Customer Realities
Virtual replicas or digital representations of physical objects, systems, processes, or entities. These twins are created using real-time data, sensors, and simulations to mirror the physical counterpart's characteristics, behavior, and performance in a digital environment.
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