Special Issue "Machine Learning Applications and Artificial Intelligence for Sustainable Development"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2022 | Viewed by 377
Interests: machine learning; artificial intelligence; cyber-security
Interests: computer science; software engineering; software reliability; informatics; artificial intelligence
Information invites submissions to a Special Issue on " Machine Learning Applications and Artificial Intelligence for Sustainable Development".
Recently, artificial intelligence has been developing at an increasingly rapid pace. AI machines are capable of sorting and interpreting large amounts of data from a variety of sources to perform a wide variety of tasks. At the same time, the transforming power of artificial intelligence creates problems ranging from issues of transparency, confidence and security to the problems of job losses and worsening inequality.
The current proliferation of artificial intelligence is the result of advances in an area known as machine learning. Machine learning uses algorithms that allows computers to learn on their own by looking at data and performing tasks based on examples. A machine learning technique called deep learning discovers and remembers schemas in large amounts of data. Deep learning systems perform tasks by looking at examples, usually without programming, and outperform traditional machine learning algorithms.
This Special Issue focuses on breakthrough results in machine learning applications and artificial intelligence and addresses the global challenges and obstacles in achieving sustainable development.
- Bias in machine learning
- Explainable ML and AI
- Deep Continuous Discrete Machine Learning
- Ethical Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
- Machine Learning and AI applications
- Fundamentals and applications of AI
- Tensor Methods for Deep Learning
- Software Engineering challenges for Machine Learning
- Human-Interpretable Machine Learning
- Human-Centered AI crowd Computing
- Problem-solving and planning
- Reasoning and inference
- Deep inference, learning, and architectures
- Combinatorial optimization
- Constraint processing and learning
- AutoML and AI
- Probabilistic (logic) programming
- Statistical Relational AI
- Tractable Inference and Learning
- Learning to infer and to learn
- Learning to understand non-standard data
Dr. Rahul Reddy Nadikattu
Dr. Roman Tsarev
Dr. Pawan Whig
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- machine leaning
- artificial intelligence
- tensor methods
- deep learning
- software engineering