Special Issue "Applications of Cognitive Infocommunications (CogInfoCom)"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 December 2021) | Viewed by 15644
Interests: cognitive infocommunications; bioinformatics; human-computer interaction; software development and cognitive psychology
Cognitive infocommunications (CogInfoCom) is an interdisciplinary research field that can be considered as a synergy of infocommunications and the cognitive sciences. The goal of the field is to provide insights into how human cognitive capabilities can be merged and extended with the cognitive capabilities of the digital devices surrounding us, with the goal of enabling more seamless interactions between humans and artificially cognitive agents. Results in the field have already led to the appearance of numerous CogInfoCom-based technological innovations. For example, the field has led to a better understanding of how humans can learn more effectively, and the development of new kinds of learning environments have followed accordingly. The goal of this Special Issue is to summarize some of the most recent results in CogInfoCom and to introduce important research trends, developments, and innovations that play a key role in understanding and supporting the merging of cognitive processes with ICT.
Dr. Jozsef Katona
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- Artificial cognitive capabilities,
- Machine and deep learning,
- Human Computer Interaction and Bio-Interfaces,
- Industry 4.0,
- Humans in Virtual and Augmented Reality,
- Cognitive networks and their intelligent capabilities,
- Intelligent Vehicle and Transportation Systems,
- CogInfoCom based learnability,
- Ergonomics-based aspects of CogInfoCom,
- Socio-cognitive ICT