Computing and Intelligence
Computational intelligence is the field where we study the design of intelligent agents. It’s the ability of a computer to learn a particular task from data or experimental observation. Computational intelligence is something that acts according to the environment by understanding data. An intelligent system does work appropriately for its circumstances and its goal and It’s also flexible to changing environments and changing goals. Computational intelligence learns from its experience and it makes appropriate decisions given perceptual limitations and finite computation. The central scientific goal of computational intelligence is to know the principles that build intelligent behaviour possible, in natural or artificial systems. The main hypothesis is that reasoning is computation. The central engineering goal is to specify strategies for the design of useful, intelligent artifacts.
- Track 1-1 Computing application
- Track 2-2 Mobile Computing
- Track 3-3 Web intelligence
- Track 4-4 Cellular Networks