智能学术会议

智能信息处理国际会议IIP

智能科学国际会议ICIS

2002年提出智能科学(Intelligence Science,IS)研究智能的本质和实现技术, 是由脑科学、认知科学、人工智能等创建的前沿交叉学科。2003年中国人工智能学会积极创导开展智能科学与技术研究。2004年北大率先创办第一个智能科学与技术系,目前有30所高校建立了智能科学与技术系或专业。2011年,创办了英文版的Intelligence Science智能科学杂志。《智能科学》(史忠植,2006年清华大学出版社),(Zhongzhi Shi, World Scientific Publishers, 2012),(Zhongzhi Shi, Elsevier and Tsinghua University Press, 2021),《智能科学研究前沿》(赵川,2014年,科学出版社出版)和《智能科学导论》(周昌乐,2015机械工业出版社)等专著出版。智能科学国际会议的目的就是进行理论的集体探索,探索自然智能和机器智能的理论基础,搭起智能科学的学科龙骨。

国际信息研究学会(IS4SI)

在中国和欧洲等国信息科学研究者的共同努力下,经过充分协商,决定由中国、奥地利、西班牙三国的学术负责人组成国际信息学会的筹备组。筹备组会议决定,把拟议中的国际学术组织定名为“国际信息研究学会(International Society for Study of Information,IS4SI is4si.org)”。IS4IS是国际性的民间学术团体,注册在奥地利首都维也纳。2023年,国际信息研究学会峰会将由中国分会承办,钟义信担任峰会主席。下面是征文通知。

Call for Papers (For discussion)

2023 International Summit on the Study of Information

      August 14 -18, 2023

Web for Submission: http://summit-2023.is4si.org/submission Or EasyChair https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=issi2023

Venue: To Be Determined

SECTIONS

1.      The International Summit for The Study of Information

Information is a fundamental natural resource, essential for humans and all living beings. Further, since raw information can be processed into new complex products, like knowledge, strategy, intelligence, etc., the significance of information is therefore even higher for human society. The study of information processes is thus a key issue for the information era.

The International Summit for The Study of Information (ISSI for short) is a biannual series of international conferences, dedicated to bringing experts worldwide together to exchange ideas, share progress, explore future trends in the Information Discipline, as well as facilitate collaborations between participants to meet new challenges. Each of the previous Summits attracted a large number of enthusiastic participants of all ages and achieved substantial success.

2.      The Sponsor and Organizer of ISSI’2023

The Summit is sponsored by the International Society for the Study of Information (IS4SI) representing scientists, professors, engineers, technologists, managers, experts and students all over the world in the fields related to the study of information.

The 2023 International Summit on the Study of Information (ISSI’2023) is organized by IS4SI’s Chapter in Beijing, China and will be held Monday, August 14 – Friday, August 18, 2023 in Beijing. The Summit will consist of a series of academic fora, technical exhibits, and the organization of cooperative projects on-line, and/or off-line if allowed.

3.      Call for Contributions

All colleagues and friends interested in the study of information are welcome to submit to the Summit their abstracts of papers of not less than 2000 words. The abstracts will be peer reviewed by the Program Committees of the Summit and preferred abstracts will be selected for oral presentation.

These abstracts will be published in the Proceedings of the Summit. The best presentations will be selected for publication as the Chapters in a book in a series published by World Scientific, or as articles published by well-known Journals.

4.      The Theme of the ISSI’2023 Summit

Having noticed the fact that there have been greatly different demands in scientific view and methodology, which as an entirety is termed “paradigm”, respectively from the study of information discipline and from the physical discipline, “Paradigm Change in the Information Discipline”, has been selected as the theme of the ISSI’2023 Summit by the sponsor and organizer. A lecture explaining the theme will be scheduled at the opening session of the Summit.

All colleagues and friends are warmly welcome to join in the discussions on, and make contributions to, the conference theme via their paper(s).

5.      The Scope of the Summit

The scope of information science and technology and their potential applications is extraordinarily broad. The scope of the 2023 Summit corresponding to it is thus designed and outlined as follows:

5.1. Forum on Information Philosophy

(1) The concept, significance, and value of the informational turn in Contemporary Philosophy

(2) The connection and difference between the informational turn of contemporary

philosophy and other recent philosophical turns

(3) The basic content and levels of the New Information Paradigm (NIP)

(4) A comparative study of the NIP and a material paradigm

(5) A comparative study on the relationship between information, knowledge, data, numbers, and intelligence

(6) The unity of the NIP in the development of contemporary philosophy and science

(7) A comparative study of the various fields of research paths in information philosophy around the world

(8) Basic concepts and methods of theoretical research on complex information

systems

(9) Philosophical and technical foundations of information science and technology (virtual reality, human enhancement technology, nanotechnology, artificial intelligence, quantum information technology, 3D printing, meta-universe)

(10) Research on philosophical issues in Information Science, information

technology, information economy, information and the intelligent society

(11) New interpretations of Information Thinking in culture and art

5.2 Forum on Information Science

(1) Foundations of Information Science

(2) Theoretical Information Study

(3) Intelligence Science

(4) Mind Computation

(5) Mechanism of Intelligence Creation

(6) Embodied Intelligence

(7) Brain Cognition

(8) Mathematics for Intelligence

(9) Logic and Intelligence

(10) Neural Science

(11) Artificial General Intelligence

(12) Noetic Science and Cognitive Science

5.3 Forum on Information Technology (1)

(1) 5G and 6G Technology

(2) AI-based Intelligent Networking Systems

(3) High Performance Computing

(4) Numerical Methods for Scientific Computing

(5) Re-configurable Computing

(6) Quantum Computing

(7) Intelligent Computing

(8) Internet of Things

(9) Semantic Web and Web 3

(10) Big Data, Security, Privacy, and Block Chain

5.3 Forum on Information Technology (2)

(1) IT for the Human Body      

(2) Affective Computing

(3) Deep Learning and Reinforcement Learning

(4) Pattern Recognition and Knowledge Graphs

(5) Natural Language Processing and Understanding

(6) Intelligent Robots and their Applications

(7) Brain-Computer Interface

(8) Autonomous Driving

(9) Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality

(10) The Meta-Verse and Future Computing

5.4 Forum on the Information Economy

(1) Information Economy Theory (Including objective, content, nature, method,   

function, history, and other basic problems of the information economy)

(2) Information Management (Including Accounting and Financial Information

Systems, IT management, Knowledge Management, Commercial Management etc.)

(3) Digital Industrialization (Including 5G, Integrated circuit, Software, Artificial intelligence, Big Data, Cloud computing, Block chain, etc.)

(4) Industry digitization (Including Industrial internet, Intelligent manufacturing, Vehicle networking, Platform economy, etc.)

(5) Data value (including Data collection, Data standards, Data pricing, Data transactions, Data protection, etc.)

(6) Digital governance (including Digital Government, Smart Cities, etc.)

(7) The Interrelationship between the Digital Economy, Information Economy, and

 Knowledge Economy

5.5 Forum on the Information Society

(1) The Information Society

    (2) Intelligent Social Governance

(3) Education in the Information Society

(4) Medicine in the Information Society

(5) Human Nature in the Information Society

(6) Human-Robot Relationships

(7) Digital Culture

(8) Digital Sports

To be added and Revised

IMPORTANT DATES.

    Deadline for Abstract submission: April 30, 2023

    Notification of abstract acceptance: by May 15, 2023

    Deadline for Extended abstract submission: June 15, 2023

Author registration: by July 15, 2023

Summit: August 14 – 18, 2023

TENTATIVE TIME-TABLE FOR 2023 IS4SI SUMMIT


Morning Sessions

Afternoon Sessions

Monday

Plenary Lecture / Technical Exhibits

Information   Philosophy

Tuesday

Information   Science

Information   Technology (1)

Wednesday

Information   Technology (2)

Information   Economy

Thursday

Information   Society

General   Assembly / IASI Inauguration

Friday

Exhibits; Negotiation for Cooperation

Closing Session - Art Shows

Note: each session may have one session or more parallel sub-sessions depending on the number of presentations confirmed.                                                                                                      

ORGANIZING COMMITTEES

1.      International Advisory Committee

Chairs:

    Terrence Deacon (USA)

      Fuji Ren (China)

Members (In the order of Surname)

      Joseph Brenner (Switzerland)

Zhicheng Chen (China)

Yagmur Denizhan (Turkey)

Jose Maria Diaz Nafria (Spain)

Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic (Sweden)

Luciano Floridi (UK)

Ben Goertzel (USA)

Jifa Gu (China)

Teresa Guarda (Portgal)

Huacan He (China)

George Hinton (Canada)

Shigeo Kawashima (Japan)

Krassimir Markov (Bulgaria)

Jorge Navarro Lopez (Spain)

Kang Ouyang (China)

Marcin Schroeder (Japan)

Peizhuang Wang (China)

Pei Wang (USA)

Kun Wu (China)

Jiyi Yan (China)

Xuesan Yan (China)

To be added

Conference General Chairs

Yixin Zhong (China)

Pedro Marijuan (Spain)

Conference General Co-Chairs

      Liqun Han (China)

      Mark Burgin (USA)

Conference PC Chairs

Zhongzhi Shi (China)

Wolfgang Hofkirchner (Austria)

Conference PC Co-Chairs

      Yong Shi (China)

      Gustavo Saldanha (Brazil)

Forum PC Chairs

2.      Fora

Forum on Information Philosophy

                Wu Kun (China),

Joseph Brenner (Switzerland)  

Forum on Information Science:

            Zhongzhi Shi (China)

            Mark Burgin (USA)

Forum on Information Technology (1):

            Guangwen Yang (China)    

            Krassimir Markov (Bulgaria)

Forum on Information Technology (2)

            Zhicheng Chen (China)

            Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic (Sweden)     

Forum on the Information Economy

            Xiaoyu Wan (China)

            Jorge Maria Diaz Nafria (Spain)

Forum on the Information Society

            Kang Ouyang (China)

            Wolfgang Hofkirchner (Austria)

            Changkai Sun (China)

            Jorge Navarro Lopez (Spain)

            Jinwen Ma (China)

3.      Members of Program Committee (in order of Surname)

Syed Mustafa Ali

Jean-Yves Beziau

Mark Burgin

Cungen Cao

Mihir Chakraborty

Meilin Chen

Yu Chen

Yuehui Chen

Zhicheng Chen

Tiejun Cui

Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic

Yagmur Denizhan

Biao Du

Guoping Du

Xiaoya Fan

Jiali Feng

Hongwei Ge

Ben Goertzel

Teresa Guarda

Sizong Guo

Wolfgang Hofkirchner

Hailong Ji

Yi Jin

Shigeo Kawashima

David Kelly

Kai Liu

Rong Liu

Minxia Luo

Jinsong Ma

Jinwen Ma

Lixin Ma

Yan Ma

Yuncang Ma

Di Na

Kang Ouyang

Ruoliangren Pang

Xinmin Sang

Marcin Schroeder

Liang Song

Shiji Song

Changkai Sun

Jian Sun

Shu Tang

Lorna Uden

Benzhong Wang

Pei Wang

Tianen Wang,

Xiaofeng Wang

Zhensong Wang

Lei Wang

Guolin Wu

Feng Xiao

Baogui Xu

Jiyi Yan

Peifang Yang

Shengbing Zhang

Xiaohong Zhang

Chuan Zhao

Liqian Zhou

Yanquan Zhou

Nan Zhu

To be added …..

4.      Coordination Office

Chairs:

      Zhicheng Chen

Annette Grathoff

    Members:

Joseph Brenner

Huacan He

Jose Navarro Lopez

Peizhuang Wang

Zhensong Wang

     

5.      Exhibit and Local Committees    

Chairs:

      Jianxin Lu

      Ting Xu

      Guibao Xu

      Chuan Zhao

Members:

      Jinsong Ma

      Meilin Chen

      To Be Added

6.      Publicity Committee:

Chairs:

Shiguang Zhang

      Dingtao Wang

Members

      Biao Du

      Lu Zhang

      To Be Added


IFIP人工智能学会(IFIP TC12)

WG 12.2 – Machine Learning and Data Mining

This group’s website is at: http://www.intsci.ac.cn/en/ifipwg12_2.html

Officers

Chair

Prof. Xin Yao, University of Birmingham, UK, email: x.yao@cs.bham.ac.uk

Aim

To study and develop theory and techniques for machine learning and data mining.

Scope

The scope of the Working Group’s activities includes (but is not restricted to) the following:   

o Association Rules

o Classification Rules

o Decision Trees   

o Case-Based Reasoning   

o Genetic Algorithms   

o Inductive Logic Programming   

o Neural Nets   

o Instance Based Learning   

o Support Vector Machines   

o Bagging and Boosting   

o Feature Reduction   

o Supervised and Unsupervised Learning   

o Web and Text Mining   

o Mining of Images, Video etc.   

o Concept Learning   

o Bayesian Learning   

o Computational Learning Theory   

o Reinforcement Learning