페이지 정보작성자 최고관리자 작성일 22-10-27 17:01
장소 : 제 4공학관 D 508호
제목 : Humanized Technologies: It’s not just about performance
강사: Hideyuki TAKAGI (Kyushu University, Japan)
It is important to recognize that the objective of researching / developing technologies is not to increase their performance but to increase the quality of our life. Their high performance is the result of this approach. Firstly, we learn what happened when technologies were developed and introduced without taking care of their user, humans. Secondary, we show how human factors are important for developing techniques. The approach of artificial intelligence is to model human functions, such as handling knowledge, learning, reasoning, and others, and use the models in computer instead of humans. Contrastively, we emphasize the importance of good cooperation between humans and computer by showing some examples. Thirdly, we introduce interactive evolutionary computation (IEC) as a tool for Humanized Computational Intelligence. We show several concrete ways of cooperation through IEC in robotics, signal processing, and others. Finally, we shortly introduce new research direction: IEC for human science. We can analyze human characteristics or find new knowledge on humans by analyzing a system optimized using IEC and an IEC user. Those who are interested in IEC can download about 100 slides and a tutorial paper from http://www.design.kyushu-u.ac.jp/~takagi/TAKAGI/downloadablefile.html#IEC.
Bio: Hideyuki Takagi received the degrees of Bachelor and Master from Kyushu Institute of Design in 1979 and 1981, and the degree of Doctor of Engineering from Toyohashi University of Technology in 1991. He was a researcher at Panasonic Central Research labs in 1981 - 1995 and a visiting researcher at UC Berkeley in 1991-1993 hosted by Prof. L. A. Zadeh. He had worked for Kyushu Institute of Design in 1995 - 2003 as an Associate Professor and for Kyushu University after then because of merge of two universities in 2003. He retired from Kyushu University in March, 2022, and is a Research Professor in 2022FY and Professor Emeritus. He had worked on neuro-fuzzy systems in 1987 - early 1990's and extended his interests to fusing neuro-fuzzy-genetic algorithms and human factors. Now, he aims Humanized Computational Intelligence and is focusing on interactive evolutionary computation (IEC) as a tool for this research direction and developing methods for enhancing evolutionary computation. The number of citations of the most cited his IEC paper is closed to 1,900 times, according to Google Scholar. He has been a volunteer for IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC) Society. Some of his contributions are: Vice President in 2006 - 2009: a member of Administrative Committee/Board of Governors in 2001 - 2010, and 2016 - 2018: Chair of SMC Japan Chapter in 2014 - 2017: Technical Committee (TC) Coordinator in 2004 - 2005: Chair of TC on Soft Computing in 1998 - 2004 and 2008 - 2021: Distinguished Lecturer in 2006 - 2011: Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on SMC, Part B / Cybernetics since 2001. See his further detail bio at http://www.design.kyushu-u.ac.jp/~takagi/ .
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