The fifth International Conference on Computers in Management and Business (ICCMB2022) will be held in Singapore from January 21-23, 2022. An event that brings together researchers, specialists and all those interested in computing, business and management every year. It is an honor for me to be a speaker at ICCMB2022, and to tell the attendees about the evolution of intelligent computing systems, as well as to explore the advantages of combining information and knowledge to solve complex problems.
During my talk we will examine how knowledge engineering facilitates the integration of different algorithms. We will also show how tools such as “Deep Intelligence” make it possible to create computing systems efficiently and effectively. “Smart” infrastructures and industrial problems need to incorporate all value-added resources in order to provide useful services to society, while reducing costs, ensuring reliability and improving the quality of life of citizens.
Artificial Intelligence, IoT and Blockchain
The combination of AI with IoT and blockchain offers a world of possibilities and opportunities. The need for progress, the increasing processing power and the low cost of the cloud have facilitated the development of new and powerful algorithms. The efficiency of these algorithms in Big Data processing, Deep Learning and Convolutional Networks is transforming the way we work and is opening new horizons. Thanks to them, we can now analyse data and obtain unimaginable solutions to current problems.
To address today’s problems, we must work with both historical and real-time data. We must fully understand the problem, its time evolution, as well as the relevance and implications of each piece of data. It is also important to consider development time, costs and the ability to create systems that interact with their environment, connect with the objects around them and manage the data they obtain reliably.
The use of fog computing helps to increase efficiency, reduce network latency, improve security and bring intelligence to the edge of the network, close to the sensors, the users and the medium used.
In this lecture, will present success stories related to smart cities. All these fields require the development of interactive, reliable and secure systems that we are able to build thanks to current advances.
The conference will serve to showcase Deepint.net, a tool developed by DCSc in collaboration with the BISITE Research Group and the AIR Institute. In addition, several use cases of intelligent systems will be presented, and an analysis will be made of how different processes have been optimized using tools that facilitate decision making.
Papers can be submitted before September 15; more information can be found at the following link (http://www.iccmb.org/submission.html).