Friday, October 7 - Saturday, October 8, 2022
Pryzbyla Center, room 321 | Zoom
The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC
Register here for free.
Friday, October 7
8:00am “Autonomy Enhanced by AI”
Mike Wardlaw, Head, Maritime Sensing at Office of Naval Research Code 321, & Instructor, MIT School of Engineering
8:30am “Advanced Computing Concepts for Enabling Autonomy at The Edge,”
Gunasekaran Seetharaman, Navy ST for Advanced Computing Concepts, Chief Scientist, NRL
9:00am “Computational Intelligence affects Multi-dimensional Sampling & Vice Versa,”
Robert J. Marks II, Baylor Univ.
9:30am “Predictive Maintenance Enhanced by AI,”
Edward Baumann, Charles Hsu, Hayley Buba, Harold Szu+, Trident System Inc. Fairfax VA,+CUA/BME
10:30am “Streaming Data Analysis: A contrary view”
James C. Bezdek, Computer & Info Sys, Univ. Melbourne, Australia
11:00am “Cutting-Edge AI Biomedical Eng. Apps",
Brian Telfer, 0224 Lincoln Lab, MIT
11:30am “Implementations, reinforcement and unsupervised learning,”
Donald Wunsch, NSF ENG – ECCS – EPCN; & Dir. Kummer Inst. Ctr for AI & Autonomous Sys. Missouri Univ. Sci. & Tech.
1:00pm Round Table Panel Discussion “How To Reduce Uncertainty of Trade by Cutting-Edge AI”
Chair: Masud Z. Cader, World Bank, IFC
“Sustainable development goals, require business-ecosystems,” “On the predictability of Growth,” ”Integrating service economic fitness approach”
3:00pm Coffee Break
3:30pm Dalila Benachenhou, “Possibility versus Probability”
4:00pm Speaker World Bank Group IFC
4:30pm Speaker World Bank Group IMF Summary April 18 Mtg
5:00pm “Enhancing breast cancer detection with recurrent neural network”
Prof. Yufeng Zheng, Data Science Dept. Univ. Mississippi of Medicine
Saturday, October 8
8:00am “Social and Emotion Digital Human with Personality and Multimodal Interactions,”
Prof. Soo-Young Lee, KAIST, Korea
8:30am “Ethical Use of AI & Data,”
Dr. Hiroaki Kitano, CEO, Japan Sony AI, IEEE CS Fellow
9:00am “Progress in Deep Learning for Image Classification,"
Prof. Lipo Wang, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
9:30am “App of Computation Intelligence of Medicine”
Dr. David Brown, INNS College of Fellow, Board of Governor
10:00am Coffee Break
10:30am “AI construction industry in Japan,”
Prof. Takefuji Yoshiyasu, Musashino Univ. and Emeritus Prof of Keio Univ.
11:00am “Explainable AI (XAI) for Computer Vision-a new method to extract a symbolic model ,"
Prof. Asim Roy, Arizona State Univ, Lifeboat Foundation
11:30am “Advances and Challenges of Reinforcement Learning for Control in the Context of a Wearable Lower Limb Robot Problem,”
Prof. Jennie Si, Ariz.S.U.
1:00pm “Brain Inspired Spiking Neural Networks for Explainable and Life-Long Learning: Methods, Systems, Applications,”
Prof. Nikola Kasabov, Univ. of Auckland NZ
1:30pm “Human Visual System Macroscopic Scale Invariance and Microscopic Photon Sensitivity”(明),
Prof. Harold Szu, Res. Ord. Prof. BME, CUA
2:00pm Prof. Henry Chu, Lafayette Louisiana
2:30pm Prof. Ramesh Kolluru, VPULL, Lafayette Louisiana
3:00 pm Coffee Break
3:30pm Prof. Simon Foo, U Florida Tallahassee
5:00pm TBD5:30pm Adjourn