IEEE ICCI*CC Series in Year 20: Latest Advances in Cognitive Computing (Plenary Panel Report-II)

Witold Kinsner, Haibin Zhu, George Baciu, Guiming Luo, Fernando Rubio, Jie Sui, Runhe Huang, Hironori Hiraishi, Jun Peng, Liang Chen

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Cognitive Computing (CC) is a contemporary field of fundamental intelligence theories and general AI technologies triggered by the transdisciplinary development in intelligence, computer, brain, knowledge, cognitive, robotic, and cybernetic sciences for engineering implementations. This paper presents a summary of the plenary panel (Part II) on the theoretical foundations of CI/CC and recent breakthroughs in AI engineering reported in the 20th IEEE International ICCI*CC Conference (ICCI*CC'21). The latest advances in CI and CC towards general AI are presented by twenty-two distinguished panelists. Strategic AI engineering applications in CI, CC, and cognitive systems are elaborated for abstract intelligence, cognitive robots, autonomous systems, intelligent vehicles, and safety-and-mission-critical systems.


  • Knowledge engineering
  • Intelligent vehicles
  • Autonomous systems
  • Conferences
  • Cognitive informatics
  • Cognitive robotics
  • Cognitive systems
  • general AI
  • Cognitive computing
  • Inductive machine learning
  • Computional Intelligence


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