Prof. Grigoris Antoniou,
Institute of Computer Science
Foundation for Research and Technology
Hellas Heraklion, Greece
inference mechanisms, knowledge representation, mobile computing, nonmonotonic reasoning, ontologies (artificial intelligence), ubiquitous computing, cooperative systems, decision making, distributed processing, educational computing, knowledge based systems, knowledge representation languages, mobility management (mobile radio), semantic Web, theorem proving, formal logic, Internet, electronic commerce, logic programming, software agents, Horn clauses, administrative data processing, backward chaining, computational complexity, decision support systems
Grigoris Antoniou is a Professor of computer science at the University of Crete, Greece, and head of the Information Systems Laboratory at FORTH, a Greek research institute involved in many European projects. Before joining FORTH, he held professorial positions at Griffith University, Australia, and the University of Bremen, Germany. His research interests lie in knowledge representation and reasoning, and its applications to the semantic web, e-commerce, digital preservation and ambient intelligence. He has published more than 150 technical papers in scientific journals and conferences. He is author of three books with prestigious international publishers (Addison-Wesley and MIT Press). His book A Semantic Web Primer is the standard textbook in this area. He participates in a number of research projects, among them the European projects REWERSE (reasoning on the Web) and CASPAR (digital preservation). In 2006, he was elected ECCAI Fellow, joining the prestigious list of the top European researchers in artificial intelligence.
Prof. Peng Lv, Central South University, China
Agent Based Modeling, system dynamics , Computational Social Sciences, Big data forecast,Contingency management, Public safety
Young Changjiang Scholar, Ministry of Education, Professor, School of Public Administration, Central South University, Professor, School of Automation, Central South University, Director, Social Computing Research Center, Central South University, and Vice President, Wuhan Institute of Artificial Intelligence, Peking University. Ph.D., Department of Sociology, Tsinghua University (2011-2014), Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Automation, Tsinghua University (2014-2016). D. joint training at University of Chicago, USA, visiting scholar at Seoul National University, Korea, and visiting scholar at ISEF, Korea Foundation for Higher Education. Chief expert of the National Social Science Major Project [Standing Grant] and Chief expert of the National Social Science Major Project [Rolling Grant]. He has been selected as a member of the 4th Youth Federation of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, a "special researcher" of the Central Internet Information Office, and an "excellent young and middle-aged expert" of the National People's Committee. His main research interests include big data prediction, social physics, social public security, social system simulation, population intelligence, artificial intelligence, emergency management, big data analysis and prediction, computational social science, ABM intelligence modeling, multi-subject simulation, meta-automata simulation, big data mining, big data GIS visualization, spatial game theory simulation, etc. He has published many SCI/SSCI/CSSCI papers.
A. Prof. Chuan Zhao, Chengdu university of Technology, China
Intelligence Science, AI Fundamentals, Mathematics and Logic, Natural Language Understanding NLU, Machine Vision and Robotics, etc.
Zhao Chuan, female, associate professor, master tutor. Graduated from Sichuan University majoring in theoretical physics, on-the-job postgraduate student of University of Science and Technology of China and visiting scholar of University of Science and Technology of China; member of AI Basic Committee of China Artificial Intelligence Society, member of CAAI Intelligent Science Committee (preparation), and IS4IS- Member of CC Education Informatization Special Committee; published more than ten papers, participated in and organized more than 20 domestic and international conferences, and more than 40 lectures; in 2005, he proposed Phase Theorem at the first international pan-logic conference in Switzerland, and devoted himself to its Continue to create and improve; research directions are intelligence science, AI foundation, mathematics and logic, natural language understanding NLU, machine vision and robotics, etc.
In terms of natural language understanding, after nearly 20 years of continuous accumulation by teachers and students, the "fishing boy couplet system" and "poetry eye-driven image ancient poetry generation system" have been established, and further construction and expansion are urgently needed. Especially in the couplet system, some of the downlinks output by the machine have exceeded the level of ordinary people. There are 4 patents in this direction being declared.
In September 2011, he founded the Intelligent Science Laboratory and served as the director of the laboratory. The Intelligent Science Laboratory has become an international interdisciplinary research and exchange platform; it adheres to interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary basic theoretical research, advocates the integration of science and art, and has deep and extensive academic exchanges at home and abroad. More than a dozen foreign scholars have visited and organiz.
A. Prof. Marcus T. Anthony, Beijing Institute of Technology (Zhuhai), China
Futures Studies, Education, including transforming the Chinese education system, The development of China and the Greater Bay Area, Human intelligence, Sense making in the digital age
Anthony has worked in Education for twenty five years, teaching in Australia, New Zealand, mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Anthony has held teaching or administrative positions at Trinity College, University of Melbourne, Swinbourne University (Melbourne), the Beijing No.2 Foreign Language Institute, the International School of Beijing, and the University of Wales in Sichuan. Anthony is currently Associate Professor of Foresight and Strategy at the Beijing Institute of Technology (Zhuhai), where he is also Futures Strategist at the Research Center for Greater Bay Area Higher Education and Cultural Policy Unit. He has a commitment to understanding how the Greater Bay Area Initiative can be developed to ensure a prosperous future for the region, for China and for the world. Anthony is a prolific writer and public speaker. He has published ten popular and academic books including Integrated Intelligence (Sense Publishers, Copenhagan), and his upcoming book is Power and Presence, examines sense making in the digital age. He has also published fifty academic journal papers and book chapters in the field of Futures Studies. His research areas include the futures of education, the frontiers of human intelligence, sensemaking in the digital age, and mindfulness in the digital age.