Handbook of Research on New Investigations in Artificial Life, AI, and Machine Learning

Handbook of Research on New Investigations in Artificial Life, AI, and Machine Learning

Release Date: February, 2022|Copyright: © 2022 |Pages: 565
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-8686-0
ISBN13: 9781799886860|ISBN10: 1799886867|EISBN13: 9781799886877
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Description & Coverage
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As technology spreads globally, researchers and scientists continue to develop and study the strategy behind creating artificial life. This research field is ever expanding, and it is essential to stay current in the contemporary trends in artificial life, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. This an important topic for researchers and scientists in the field as well as industry leaders who may adapt this technology.

The Handbook of Research on New Investigations in Artificial Life, AI, and Machine Learning provides concepts, theories, systems, technologies, and procedures that exhibit properties, phenomena, or abilities of any living system or human. This major reference work includes the most up-to-date research on techniques and technologies supporting AI and machine learning. Covering topics such as behavior classification, quality control, and smart medical devices, it serves as an essential resource for graduate students, academicians, stakeholders, practitioners, and researchers and scientists studying artificial life, cognition, AI, biological inspiration, machine learning, and more.

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The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Advanced Portfolio Management
  • Behavior Classification
  • Computational Thinking
  • Convolutional Neural Networks
  • Multiclass Classification
  • Natured-Inspired Optimization
  • Neuroscience
  • Quality Control
  • Receptor Cell Model
  • Reward Occurrence Probability
  • Smart Medical Devices
  • Sole Pressure Sensory Feedback
  • Visual Feedback Control
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Professor Maki K. Habib obtained his Doctor of Engineering Sciences (DES) in Intelligent and Autonomous Robotics from the University of Tsukuba, Japan. Professor Habib is specialized in the area of Robotics and Mechatronics. He was selected as a research scientist at RIKEN, Japan, Senior researcher at RISO-Laboratories, Japan, and visiting researcher at EPFL, Switzerland. He was a visiting Expert under Asian Development Bank (ADB) serving Malaysian industries, Associate Professor at UTM, Malaysia, and a Senior Manager at MCRIA, Malaysia. He was a leader senior research scientist with GMD-Japan leading the Telecooperation research group. Associate Professor with Monash University (Australia/Malaysia) to develop and lead the Mechatronics Engineering program. He was appointed a Full Professor of Robotics and Mechatronics at Swinburne University (Australia/Malaysia). Then, he was an invited Professor at KAIST, South Korea, Resident Professor at Saga University, Japan. Since Sept. 2007, he has been a Full Professor of Robotics and Mechatronics at AUC.

He was and continues to be a consultant and technical advisor to many industrial companies internationally, such as Toyota and ABB. He also worked as a research advisor with a large European research consortium focusing on new development using Robotics and Sensors for humanitarian demining.

Professor Habib is editor-in-chief of two (2) international journals, regional editor of two (2) international journals, associate editor of (9) international journals, and Editorial board member of (15) International journals. He was selected as chair, program chair, co-chair, publication chair, and publicity chair of many international conferences. Besides, he is a member of advisory and scientific program committees of more than 40 annual and biannual international conferences. He was Chief Guest Editor of (14) special issues at international journals and organized more than (50) workshops and special sessions at international conferences. He organized and managed three international workshops dedicated to the industry in Robotics and Automation. He collaborates internationally with different research groups associated with research centers and Universities covering: Japan, South Korea, the US, Austria, the UK, Malaysia, etc. In addition, he had more than (60) invited talks at International Conferences, Universities, and Industry. He published (23) books, more than (35) book chapters, more than (80) journal papers, and more than (232) conference papers at the international level.

His main research area of interest focuses on
  • 1. Development of Nanorobotics systems for biomedical purposes
  • 2. Machine Learning and Cancer Detection, Diagnosis, and Analysis
  • 3. Human Adaptive and Friendly Mechatronics (HAFM)
  • 4. EchoMechatronics and Bioinspired Design
  • 5. Service and Autonomous Robots, Humanitarian Demining and Robotics
  • 6. Robots for physically impaired people using detected biological signals (EEG and EMG)
  • 7. Electrical Autonomous Cars/Vehicles supported by Machine learning techniques
  • 8. Industry 4.0, (Internet of Things (IoT), Cyber-Physical Systems (CPSs) and WSNs
  • 9. Intelligent Drone Systems: Navigation.
  • 10. Telecooperation, Distributed Mixed Realities, and Collaborative Control
  • 11. Intelligent and Nonlinear Control.
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