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Keynote Speakers

Prof. Dong Hwa Kim
Hanbat Nation University, S. Korea

Biography: Prof. Dong Hwa Kim received Ph.D from Ajou University in Korea and also got Ph.D from Dept. of Computational Intelligence and Systems Science, TIT (Tokyo Institute of Technology, K. Hirota Lab.), Tokyo, Japan.
He has experience in many areas such as Visiting Professor, Mechanical, Optic, Engineering Informatics, Budapest University of Technology and Economic (March 20, 2012-2013), President, Korea Institute HuCARE (President of Hu-CARE (Human-Centered Advanced Technology Research/Education, 2009 – ), EU-FP NCP (ICT) in Korea (Nov. 2009-), Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (Nov., 1977-March, 1993), President, Daedeok Korea-India Forum (March 1, 2010 – ), Vice-president of the recognition board of the world congress of arts, sciences and communications, IBC (Sept. 1, 2007, UK), Co-editor, Japan Society for Fuzzy Theory and Intelligent Informatics, executive committees (June 2, 2007 -2009), Co-editor, Journal of Advanced Computational Intelligence and Intelligent Informatics (JACIII, Fujii press, Japan (2006-), Director of National Science Foundation (2006-2008).
He wrote many columns about science & technology strategy and policy in major newspaper in Korea. He also had ever have lecture and keynote speaker in over 100 University and conference or forum over the world. He was Book Author in Hybrid Evolutionary Algorithms (Computational Intelligence 75), Springer, Germany, 2007, and published 200 papers in international Journal and awards 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century, Top 100 Engineers 2008 (UK), International Einstein Award for Scientific achievement.
He got also best innovation award from Hankook Illbo (Korea major daily newspaper) on 2009. He is now working at Hanbat National University (2009 – ).

Prof. Roman Lukyanenko
HEC Montreal, Canada
Speech Title: Making Artificial Intelligence More Intelligent by Using Conceptual Models

Biography: Prof. Roman Lukyanenko works in the Department of Information Technologies at HEC Montreal, Canada. Roman obtained his PhD in Information and Operations Management from Memorial University of Newfoundland under the supervision of Dr. Jeffrey Parsons. Roman’s research interests include conceptual modeling, information quality, crowdsourcing, machine learning, design science research and research methods (research validities, instantiation validity, and artifact sampling). Roman’s work has been published in top scientific journals, including Nature, MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, European Journal of Information Systems, among others. Roman`s research and practical contributions received numerous national and international awards including Governor General of Canada Gold Medal, INFORMS Design Science Research Award (excellence in research on the design and realization of innovative IT artifacts) and AIS Dissertation Award (best doctoral dissertation in the field of Information Systems). Roman served as Vice-President of the AIS Special Interest Group on Systems Analysis and Design (SIGSAND) and is currently a publicity coordinator for SIGSAND managing the development and promotion of
Abstract: We live in an era defined by the explosion of artificial intelligence - AI. Commonly understood as a study and practice of making machines perform tasks typically associated with humans (e.g., problem solving, categorization, decision making, natural language processing), artificial intelligence utilizes such techniques as machine learning (wherein machines are trained to ex-tract useful patterns from data) and natural language processing (imbuing machines with the ability to parse and interpret human language).
Artificial intelligence is now almost everywhere. From driverless cars to chatbots, from face recognition to intelligent search engines, from stock trading to robot-concierges in avant-garde hotels. Artificial intelligence is gradually occupying more and more space in our daily lives, while powering entire sectors of the economy.