AI & Big Data 2020

3rd International Conference on

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Big Data

August 17-18, 2020 | Copenhagen, Denmark

AI & Big Data 2020

About Conference

AI & Big Data 2020 is the latest trending technology in many fields especially in industries like Manufacturing, Automation, Control Systems, Healthcare, Energy, Transport, Defence, Space, Data Mining, etc. AI & Big data-2020 will be a common platform to gain knowledge and share new ideas amongst the Technologist, Professionals, Industrialists, Researchers, Innovators and students from research area of Machine Learning and Big Data. Experts will share their research experiences and engage in many interactive discussions at the event.

Our high-level conferences will bring together forward thinking brands, market leaders, AI & Big Data  evangelists and hot start-ups to explore and debate the advancements in Artificial Intelligence & Big Data 2020, the impacts within Enterprise & Consumer sectors as well as Development platforms and Digital Transformation opportunities. Topics covered include Business Intelligence, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, AI Algorithms, Data & Analytics, Virtual Assistants & Chatbots as well as case study based presentations proving an insight into the deployment of AI across different verticals. 

This European AI & Big data-2020 Conference guarantees that offering the thoughts and ideas will enable and secure you the Theme: Latest Technologies and Advancements in Artificial Intelligence and Robotic Engineering.

The  AI & Big data Conference Copenhagen is comprised of Plenary Sessions, Keynote Speeches, Oral Presentations, Poster Presentations, International Workshops, International Symposiums, B2B Meetings, Panel Discussions, Q&A sessions, Industry expert interactions, Roundtable meetingsBest Poster awards, Best Oral presentation awards, Young Researcher Forums (YRF), e-Poster presentations, Video presentations by the experts from both Industry & Academic. 

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Who should attend?

Scientists and researchers related to the broad areas of Robotics and EngineeringArtificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Information Technologies, are most likely to attend AI & Big data-2020  and utilize the scope of extending their skills, work on basic and significant applications and people doing their masters and research work in various related streams are also likely to attend this conference. The AI & Big data-2020 conference will be useful to participants from both the Industry and Academia working in all the domains of Robotics and Engineering, Artificial Intelligence technology, but all other target audience includes:

  • Researchers
  • Scientists
  • City planners
  • Future Policy Makers
  • Smart Innovators
  • Space Science Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Computer Science Engineers
  • Robotic Technologist
  • Design Engineers
  • Law Professionals
  • Gaming professionals
  • Automation Industry Leaders
  • Health Care Service Providers
  • Defence Research Professionals
  • Automation Industry Leaders
  • Managers & Business Intelligence Experts
  • Advertising and Promotion Agency Executives
  • Professionals in media sector
  • Professors
  • Students

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Why to Attend.

AI & Big data-2020 conference brings together experts, leading researchers, scholars, scientists, professors from fields of Physics, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Computer Science and other related areas to interact and exchange ideas about the state of the art technologies related to Artificial intelligence, Robotics & Internet-related things. The conference will also provide an insightful understanding to the issues arising out of the Machine Learning and Big Data the future concern and remedies from that. AI & Big data-2020 provide an Opportunity to interact with eminent Scientists, researchers, Business Leaders, experts from all over the world. The little effort put by the AI & Big data-2020 conference will help in taking a giant step in the field of Machine Learning and Big Data.

  • Meet the Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things & Robotics experts & Technocrats from 25+ countries around the globe
  • Evaluate your current research and share your ideas with technical experts on AI, Robotics & IoT.
  • World-class platform to Exhibit your products,  services, innovations & Ideas
  • Special Workshop/ SymposiumB2B and interactive sessions, CME Meetings, with industry Sponsors and Exhibitors
  • More than 30 presentations from both Industry and Academic
  • One to one interaction with eminent scientists, Industry Leaders, Researchers
  • Well organizing program with 5+ hours of networking sessions
  • Interactive panel discussions and Q&A sessions
  • Lively Exhibition area filled with the leading industry solution providers

The topics to be covered in AI & Big data-2020 Conference includes, but are not limited to

  • Quest for Artificial Intelligence: Dreams and Dreamers
  • Aristotle and Syllogism
  • Alan Turing and his test
  • AI Winter and its lessons
  • Knowledge Based Systems
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Big Data Analysis
  • Data Mining &  Data Journalism
  • Modern Artificial Intelligence & AI based Aviation System
  • Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
  • AI: Educating the Future
  • AI, Industry & Intellectual Property
  • Cyborg Technology
  • Solving the Climate Change
  • Landmarks in The Development of Robotics
  • Asimov and laws of Robotics
  • Evolutionary Robotics
  • Evolutionary Computation
  • How Robots changing our life
  • Will Robots Rule Finance?
  • Time to Expand Our Definition of “Human Being”
  • Robots And 3D Printing
  • Human-Robot Interaction
  • Social Robot
  • Medical Research and Robotics
  • Disaster Management and Robots
  • Robots: Reaching Space
  • Nanorobots
  • Military Robots
  • Cobots
  • Robots in Industry
  • Roboethics, Robotic Governance, Robot rights
  • Human and Robot are better when they team up
  • The Economic Impact of Robotic Advances
  • A Brief History of Internet
  • The Internet of Things and the Importance of Modelling and Simulation
  • Internet: Making People and Cities Smart
  • Smart Agriculture
  • Home Automation & Smart home
  • IoT and Globalisation
  • Internet Censorship
  • Net Neutrality
  • Cyber Attack

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Session and Tracks

With Immense pleasure and support of Conferenceseries Ltd and organizing committee members, we welcome you to attend the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Big Data going to be held on August 17-18, 2020 Copenhagen, Denmark. We cordially invite all the participants who are interested in sharing their knowledge and research in the arena of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Big Data, Automation and all the related fields.

Track 1: Quest for Artificial Intelligence: Dreams and Dreamers

The quest for Artificial Intelligence (AI) begins with dreams – as all quests do. Human-like machines are described in many stories and are pictured in sculptures, paintings, and drawings. Starting from the time of ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle people dreamed of automation. This session of Artificial Intelligence is specially meant for celebrating the vision of the dreamers which includes philosophers, Science Historian, writers, scientists, researchers etc.

Track 2: Knowledge-Based Systems

A Knowledge-Based System is a computer program which uses Artificial Intelligence to solve problems within a specialize sphere that involves human expertise. Knowledge-based systems were first developed by Artificial Intelligence researchers.  These initial knowledge-based systems were primarily expert systems. The most recent progress of knowledge-based systems has been to adopt the technologies for the development of systems that use the internet. This session will help researchers to understand how to use Knowledge-Based System as a diagnostic tool.

Track 3: Natural Language Processing

Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a topic of computer science, Computational Linguistics and Artificial Intelligence which is concerned with the ability of a computer program to understand human languages. The steps which are used in Natural Language Processing include Lexical Analysis, Syntactic Analysis, Semantic Analysis, Discourse Integration, Pragmatic Analysis, etc. This topic will help participants to understand how Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing can be utilized to perform the useful task using various human languages.

Track 4: Big Data Analysis

Big Data Analytics studies large volumes of data to uncover hidden patterns, correlations, and other visions. Decades before anyone pronounced the term “big data,” even in the 1950s, businesses were using basic analytics to be aware of the trends.  However, the advancement that big data analytics brings to the industry includes efficiency and speed. This progress in Big Data Analysis leads to smarter business models, more efficient operations and happier customers. This session will help especially organizations and industry people to gather knowledge on how to utilize their data and use it to spot new opportunities.

Track 5: Modern Artificial Intelligence

Modern Artificial Intelligence (AI), is the ability of a computer-controlled robot to perform tasks commonly associated with intelligent beings. Integration of various systems is necessary for a promising Artificial Intelligence. The pillars of Modern AI include computational intelligence, Neural Networks, Genetic Algorithms, Swarm Algorithms and Fuzzy Logic. Modern AI uses tools and data from the fields like computer science, psychology, philosophy, neuroscience, cognitive science, linguistics, operations research, economics, control theory etc. The above session will put a clear picture about various facets of Modern Artificial Intelligence.

Track 6: Intelligent Automation 

Intelligent Automation can be used in industry to enhance productivity and efficiency, reduce operational risks, and improve customer experiences. This plays a vital role in any industry’s next-generation innovation. In Intelligence Automation, we use a software or hardware which has the ability to perform things automatically. This session helps to analyse the widespread integration of Automation and Artificial Intelligence and how it is helping the human lives.

Track 7: Ethics OF Artificial Intelligence

The ability of the Autonomous Systems to make decisions for themselves, with little to no input from humans greatly increases the utility of robots and similar devices. However, due to this autonomous function, some experts and academics have questioned the use of AI in various jobs. Writers like Isaac Asimov considered the issue in many of his works. This session aims to provide an agenda within which researchers can anticipate the current and future ethical issues and to provide insights about what is, and is not, regarded as ethical behaviour.

Track 8: The Coming Future of AI

The future Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to transform the world. Time since the Turing Test was proposed, computers have become so intelligent. Artificial Intelligence is fast becoming a major economic force. For sure It will be an integral part of the human life in future. However, an important question remains is that what will happen if the pursuit of strong AI succeeds and an Artificial Intelligence system becomes better than humans. We believe this session will help us to discuss, prepare and prevent such potential outcomes in the future.

Track 9: Landmarks in The Development of Robotics

Although the science of robotics only came about in the 20th century, for thousands of year’s man has been imagining Intelligent Mechanized Systems which can perform human-like works. In the modern era, the term ‘Robot’ has been introduced for the first time by Karel Capek in 1921. Today, one can visualize human-sized robots with the ability of near-human thoughts and works, which are being launched into space to complete the next stages of extra-terrestrial and extra solar research. This session is meant to go through the entire journey and go through the process of creating the human invented automation system.

Track 10: Evolutionary Robotics

Evolutionary Robotics is a computer-simulated technique of creating Intelligent and Autonomous Robots. The initial idea of encoding a robot control system into a genome and have artificial evolution dates back to the late 80s. Evolutionary computation can be used to design the physical structure of the robot. Neural Network is the most common type of controller used in evolutionary robotics. This session is designed to understand and discuss how to create a useful controller to complete many robotic tasks.

Track 11: Components of Robot

Just like any human being robots are also assimilation of many parts. All robot consists of some Mechanical, Electrical Components along with some computer programming. As more and more robots are designed for specific tasks components are also designed likewise. Robots can be created in many ways, using all manner of materials, however, most robots share a great deal in common. This session will help a lot of researchers, students to analyse the process of creation of robot and what are the future trend in this area.

Track 12: How Robots Changing Our Life

We are now living in the smart machine era. Robots are playing an extensive and vital role in our routine life. It feels like science fiction is starting to become reality. Starting from home to workplace they are now in every sector. Robots are increasingly coming closer to us as smart technology allows people to control the functions of their home. As technology becomes more forward-thinking, it’s clear that the world is changing and there’s a good possibility that robots will be functioning in ordinary people’s homes within the next decade or so.

The main discussion point of the session will be how robots grow into an essential partner in our journey and how they are helping us to simplify our life.

Track 13: Robots: Saving Our Life 

Professionals are unanimous in predicting that long-term sustainability of healthcare systems could be met by automation driven by digital health technologies, such as artificial intelligence, 3D-printing or robotics. Robots can support, assist and extend the service health workers are offering.

This session will highlight the role of these RoboticTechnology in our health care system and issues arising out of it.

Track 14: Robots: Reaching Space

Besides Earth, the only other planet that humans have set foot on is the Moon. However, Robotic Explorers have touched the Moon, Mars, Venus, and Jupiter, as well as a few comets and asteroids. In the space society, any unmanned spacecraft can be described as robotic spacecraft. For Space Robots, a big advantage is that they need neither food nor drink for survival and can function in very inhospitable conditions. This section will explore the Robotic Journey in space and will highlight how they become a helping hand in space exploration.

Track 15: Robots: A Helping Hand

Now a days robots are being used in each and every sector in order to boost productivity and working efficiently. The major sectors where robots are now playing an important role are aerospace, agriculture, industry, food processing, automobile, construction, energy, etc. Robotics has opened a plethora of opportunities for both entrepreneurs and students. This session will highlight the use of robots in various sectors and how they are helping to enhance the quality.

Track 16: Robots in Industry

People have imagined about Industrial Robots starting from 1930.the first patent for the Industrial Robot was applied in 1954. Since then, robots have taken away some work in factories but also opened new job opportunities in other areas. The Standard function of robots in industrial sector includes welding, painting, assembly, pick and place packaging, labelling etc.

The session has been specially designed for those who are part of various industries and for students who are going to join those industries in future. It will also be helpful to business groups to check out various latest technologies evolving in these sectors.

Track 17: Robots: Unsolved Questions

Now the robots are reaching everywhere, starting from our home to our workplace. However, the advancement in robotic technologies has risen some ethical question involving both human and machine. Although the issues are as old as the word robot, with the growing deployment of machines the concern about ethics has been increasing. This session will try to solve the questions which are unanswered yet.

Track 18: What the Future Holds?

Many experts have again and again warned us about how intelligent agents are a probable threat to our human race. They have also highlighted the danger of inviting robots to our homes. Some even fear that in future, human will be under control of the machine which it has created. So, the session will dwell on all that possibilities in future and also what will be a different scenario if these concerns come true.

Track 19: A Brief History of Internet

The Internet has revolutionized the world and communications like nothing before. The inception of internet begins with the development of the computer. Foundation with the early research in packet switching, the government, industry, and researchers has been partners in evolving and implementing this new technology. The history of the internet is complex and involves many technological, organizational aspects. Its influence reaches throughout society.

The aim of the session will be to revisit the whole journey which led us to today’s digital world.

Track 20: Importance of Modelling and Simulation in the Internet of Things (IoT)

The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the networked interconnection of objects equipped with ubiquitous intelligence, or simply “smart objects”. Several endeavours have been made in the last decade to bring together standard modelling languages with generic simulation frameworks. Modelling allows description of aspects at a higher level of abstraction independent from the target platform and simulation helps to simulate such description in large-scale scenarios. The session will help to learn about the nitty-gritty of the importance of modelling and simulation in the Internet of Things.

Track 21: Internet: Making People and Cities Smart

Cities across the Globe are getting “smarter” every day owing to the implementation of Internet of things (IoT). Cities are using low-cost sensors and Wi-Fi enabled smart services, smart waste management techniques for the city. As the Internet of Things continues to become more implanted in our daily lives, it can help improve the negative effects of urban migration we are facing today. This session will be very helpful for each and every one to understand the concept of smart city and how the Internet of Things is connected to smart city concept.

Track 22: IoT- Simplifying our Life

Technology’s ability to create wonderful things in the future stretches from fiction to fact: self-driving cars, virtual reality, and smart devices. The applications for internet connected devices are widespread. A growing number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices are designed for human use. Starting from agriculture to defense and space, it is affecting our lives in many ways.

This session will discuss how the IoT has been now an inseparable part of our lifestyle and the issues and technologies related to it.

Track 23: IoT and Globalisation

The process of globalization has turned the whole world into a global village where each and every one is interconnected and interdependent. To a large extent, the development of earth will not be possible without Internet of Things. The emergence of the IoT era brought new hope and promised a better future. The interconnection between the Internet of Things and globalization will be the focus of the session.

Track 24: Cyber Security: Threat & Road Ahead

The world is changing, and with it so is the Cyber Threat. At one hand greater connectivity helps to provide new business and social opportunities but simultaneously demands for more responsibility. The next generation warfare will be fought by sitting in front of computer screens. As the risk is higher, demand for qualified professionals is also high. This session about the Cyber Security, Cyber Threat, its challenges and future will be helpful for every participant to discuss about challenges of Cyber Security and what can be the possible solution for a peaceful planet.

Track 25: Where We Are Heading

Surely the future will be much different from the present. Connecting everything to the Internet of Things devices will radically change our world in ways we can ever imagine. Infect Artificial Intelligence, Robotics & Internet of Things will change the way we think, live and act. However, every change involves many questions which need to be addressed.

This session will provide insight to all those apprehensions about future of AI, Robotics & IoT and also deliberates all the possibilities to make our world safer and sustainable.

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Market Analysis

AI & Big Data 2020 Market Analysis in Europe

According to the new market research report “Artificial Intelligence Market by Offering (Hardware, Software, Services), Technology (Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Context-Aware Computing, Computer Vision), End-User Industry, and Geography – Global Forecast to 2025”, the Artificial Intelligence Market is expected to be valued at USD 21.5 billion in 2019 and is likely to reach USD 190.6 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 36.6% during the forecast period. Major drivers for the market are growing big data, the increasing adoption of cloud-based applications and services, and an increase in demand for intelligent virtual assistants. The major restraint for the market is the limited number of AI technology experts. Critical challenges facing the AI market include concerns regarding data privacy and the unreliability of AI algorithms. Underlying opportunities in the artificial intelligence market include improving operational efficiency in the manufacturing industry and the adoption of AI to improve customer service.

European nations are spending more energy and fund on research, given the great public attention currently devoted to Artificial Intelligence and Big Data (AI & BD). Robotics and AI offer huge opportunities for this region and points towards the clear need for an articulate European approach. Europe already has a strong presence and investment in this technology which is helping it to maintain leadership in this sector. It has set up SPARC, the Public-Private Partnership for robotics in Europe, which will help to develop a robotics strategy for Europe. SPARC has €700 million EU funding and, adding private investment, an overall investment of €2.8 billion. At the same time, Europe is in a strong position, both scientifically and commercially to look for the technologies of the future.

AI and Robotics Market around the Globe

AI & Big Data are crucial for maintaining and relocating production and industrial jobs all around the Globe. Smart connected devices are increasingly connecting to our daily lives, improving cars, refrigerators, scales, watches, etc. These devices are progressively becoming smarter, thanks to sensors and embedded software. AI also provides a technological response to major societal challenges like aging, health, transport, education and independence. The market related to Robotics, AI Machine Learning & Big Data is estimated to be worth $135bn by 2019, according to a technology research firm. According to one report, by 2019, industrial robots installed in factories around the Globe will reach 2.6 million units. Around 70 percent of industrial robots are currently at work in the automotive, electrical/electronic and metal and machinery industry segments. The automotive industry held the largest share of the global collaborative robots market in 2019.

European countries accounted for the largest share of the market in 2019. The developed nations, such as the UK, Germany, and Denmark, hold a larger share of the European collaborative robots market. As far as technological trends are concerned, in future companies will concentrate on the alliance of human and machine, simplified applications, and light-weight robots. The major countries which are spending a lot amount in research in this field include USA, UK, Denmark, Germany, Japan, South Korea etc. There is a flourishing market in Asia, with Japan and China, accounting for a major share of the market. The recent developments in the field of Automation, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Big Data projects a bright future for the sector as well as the for the world.

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