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posted on 20.04.2020by Dhouha Ben Noureddine, Moez Krichen, Seifeddine Mechti, Tarik Nahhal, Wilfried Yves Hamilton Adoni
Internet of Things (IoT) is composed of many IoT devices
connected throughout the Internet, that collect and share information to
represent the environment. IoT is currently restructuring the actual manufacturing to smart manufacturing. However, inherent characteristics of
IoT lead to a number of titanic challenges such as decentralization, weak
interoperability, security, etc. The artificial intelligence provides opportunities to address IoT’s challenges, e.g the agent technology. This paper
presents first an overview of ML and discusses some related work. Then,
we briefly present the classic IoT architecture. Then we introduce our
proposed Intelligent IoT (IIoT) architecture. We next concentrate on introducing the approach using multi-agent DRL in IIoT. Finally, in this
promising field, we outline the open directions of future work.