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Cities as they could be: Artificial Life and Urban Systems [article]

Juste Raimbault
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We propose in that paper to explore the extent of Artificial Life and Artificial Intelligence application to urban issues, by constructing and exploring a citation network of around 225,000 papers.  ...  We finally develop ALife concepts which have a strong potential for the development of new urban theories.  ...  Lucic and Teodorovic (2002) use bio-inspired algorithms to solve difficult transportation planning problems.  ... 
arXiv:2002.12926v1 fatcat:eyaahocsavgxbcc2nzda5ta5t4

The future of complexity engineering

Regina Frei, Giovanna Marzo Serugendo
2012 Open Engineering  
It then classifies the presented work according to five types of nature-inspired technology, namely: (1) using technology to understand nature, (2) nature-inspiration for technology, (3) using technology  ...  on natural systems, (4) using biotechnology methods in software engineering, and (5) using technology to model nature.  ...  Sarah Maurer from the Center for Fundamental Living Technology (FLinT), Department of Physics and Chemistry, University of Southern Denmark, for her enlightening explanations on the difference between  ... 
doi:10.2478/s13531-011-0071-0 fatcat:6paflsnetngc3mupaxxirqffqm

For Flux Sake: The Confluence of Socially- and Biologically-Inspired Computing for Engineering Change in Open Systems

Jeremy Pitt, Emma Hart
2017 2017 IEEE 2nd International Workshops on Foundations and Applications of Self* Systems (FAS*W)  
This paper proposes that the integration of concepts from socially-and biologically-inspired computing can pave the way for eventual development of a computational framework that will enable principled  ...  These features of the problem suggest that recent advances in machine learning and evolutionary computation can provide the instruments for facilitating self-adaptation of a rule-based system over different  ...  Thanks to the anonymous reviewers for many helpful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1109/fas-w.2017.119 dblp:conf/saso/PittH17 fatcat:q3seinhqwrhgrhqmwp73xxntva

How can emerging applications benefit from EaaS in open programmable infrastructures?

Roberta Lima Gomes, Magnos Martinello, Cristina K. Dominicini, Pedro Hasse, Rodolfo Villaca, Raquel F. Vassallo, Alexandre P. do Carmo, Felippe M. de Queiroz, Rodolfo Picoreti, Anilton S. Garcia, Moises R. N. Ribeiro, Joan A. G. Espin (+3 others)
2017 2017 IEEE First Summer School on Smart Cities (S3C)  
Our focus is to evaluate the impact of SDN and NFV systems running real-time applications with low end-to-end latency and high bandwidth requirements correlated.  ...  Real-time performance, security, resource allocation and network convergence are only few of the issues to be tackled in order to provide proper and flexible Experimentation as a Service (EaaS) facilities  ...  , providing information in historical zones or tourist spots, counting vehicles, searching for specific license plates, controlling an intelligent transportation system based on autonomous vehicles and  ... 
doi:10.1109/s3c.2017.8501404 fatcat:krxsgigd3jdklb2rrpimaym7my

The effect of industrial revolutions on the transformation of social and economic systems

Leonid Melnyk, Oleksandr Kubatko, Iryna Dehtyarova, Oleksandr Matsenko, Oleksandr Rozhko
2019 Problems and Perspectives in Management  
The personal human development is triggered within the FiIR, since informational diversity in economic systems is actualized, and conditions for creative jobs within the creative economy are formed.  ...  The description of the changes between the biological, labor, and personality entities of human in various socio-economic formations is discussed.  ...  No. 0118U003578) and "Modeling the Eco-Innovations Transfer in the "Enterprise-Region-State" System: Impact on Ukraine's Economic Growth and Security" (No. 0119U100364).  ... 
doi:10.21511/ppm.17(4).2019.31 fatcat:apsgfuvks5hjne2h5ws6cackoa

Sharpening the Scythe of Technological Change: Socio-Technical Challenges of Autonomous and Adaptive Cyber-Physical Systems

Daniela Cancila, Jean-Louis Gerstenmayer, Huascar Espinoza, Roberto Passerone
2018 Designs  
Autonomous and Adaptative Cyber-Physical Systems (ACPS) represent a new knowledge frontier of converging "nano-bio-info-cogno" technologies and applications.  ...  Emerging approaches, such as artificial intelligence techniques and deep learning, enable exponential speedups for supporting increasingly higher levels of autonomy and self-adaptation.  ...  Artificial Intelligence ACPS Autonoumous and Adaptative Cyber-Physical Systems BNCT Bio Nano & Converging Technologies EP European Parliament ETSI TC ITS ETSI Technical Committee (TC) for Intelligent Transport  ... 
doi:10.3390/designs2040052 fatcat:pztqttdhuvenvfuyusa3ib4jka

Collective Awareness for Human-ICT Collaboration in Smart Cities

Nicola Bicocchi, Alket Cecaj, Damiano Fontana, Marco Mamei, Andrea Sassi, Franco Zambonelli
2013 2013 Workshops on Enabling Technologies: Infrastructure for Collaborative Enterprises  
This position paper, with the help of a representative case study in the area of intelligent transportation systems, identifies the key challenges for future urban superorganisms and proposes a two-tier  ...  Citizens using their own capabilities integrated with ICT technologies could collaboratively constitute a large-scale socio-technical superorganism to support collective urban awareness and activities.  ...  Acknowledgements: Work partially supported by the ASCENS project (EU FP7-FET, Contract No. 257414) and by the SPINNER project MUCCA.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wetice.2013.34 dblp:conf/wetice/BicocchiCFMSZ13 fatcat:vf42m4tz4zb7tovi3b2xgfoilq

SIENNA D4.1: State-of-the-art Review: Artificial Intelligence and robotics

Philip Jansen, Stearns Broadhead, Rowena Rodrigues, David Wright, Philip Brey, Alice Fox, Ning Wang
2019 Zenodo  
This report describes the current state of the art in the fields of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics.  ...  This report includes a socio-economic impact assessment (SEIA) that examines the current and expected impacts of AI and robotics.  ...  Bio-inspired and soft robotics. Bio-inspired robotics is a subfield that studies concepts from biological systems, simplify, enhance and then apply them to the design of new robots.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4066570 fatcat:bfvq2y3qfnhqnnr6lpfcilphlu

Convergence Platforms: Human-Scale Convergence and the Quality of Life [chapter]

Donald MacGregor, Marietta Baba, Aude Oliva, Anne Collins McLaughlin, Walt Scacchi, Brian Scassellati, Philip Rubin, Robert M. Mason, James R. Spohrer
2013 Science Policy Reports  
intelligent agent that serves as the user interface for the entire system.  ...  These platforms depend on intelligent infrastructure of converged nano-bio-info-cogno capabilities.  ...  It identifi ed some specifi c convergence trends, including collaboration between electronic and biological research, nanobiotechnology, and the increasing role for social science as the economy shifts  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-02204-8_2 fatcat:q6m7tfyapvaafnyqnidpvzhpju

An Interdisciplinary Approach for Comparative Lawyers: Insights from the Fast-Moving Field of Law and Technology

Giorgia Guerra
2018 German Law Journal  
Technological convergence has consequences not only for human rights and the way they can be exercised, but also for the fundamental concept of what characterizes a human being.  ...  The Article focuses on a case-study: robotics.  ...  There are other recommendations concerned with setting up a register of robots across the EU and introducing mandatory registration and insurance for intelligent robots.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s2071832200022793 fatcat:nxsufct4r5hgjlbnsbgxmmfzi4

Emergence of Digital Twins - Is this the march of reason?

Shoumen Palit Austin Datta
2017 Journal of Innovation Management  
The technologies necessary for automated discovery are in short supply. Progress depends on the convergence of information technology, operational technology and protocol-agnostic telecommunications.  ...  Delivering algorithm engines to the edge, are crucial for edge analytics, if latency is detrimental. The confluence of these, and other factors, may chart the future path for Digital Twins.  ...  The ontology of entity level relationship models for digital twins may use bio-inspired principles.  ... 
doi:10.24840/2183-0606_005.003_0003 fatcat:7hwvsnykcnamzmvvr3ssm3p4qy

Emergence of Digital Twins [article]

Shoumen Palit Austin Datta
2016 arXiv   pre-print
Progression of the field depends on convergence of information technology, operational technology and protocol-agnostic telecommunications.  ...  Delivering engines to the edge are crucial for analytics at the edge when latency is critical. The confluence of these and other factors may chart the future path for Digital Twins.  ...  The command, control and coordination of bio-inspired engineering design requires hardware-software synchronization in the principle of the design.  ... 
arXiv:1610.06467v1 fatcat:udmbgd54xncdhbwt245fomtiqe

Convergence Platforms: Earth-Scale Systems [chapter]

Bruce Tonn, Mamadou Diallo, Nora Savage, Norman Scott, Pedro Alvarez, Alexander MacDonald, David Feldman, Chuck Liarakos, Michael Hochella
2013 Science Policy Reports  
To achieve these goals, these types of systems would need to be intelligently integrated: smart grids and systems that generate and store locally produced energy; intelligent transportation systems; systems  ...  For example, with respect to transport, advanced information technologies can foster more intelligent management of traffic and mass transit systems, and nanotechnologies can lead to the lightweighting  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-02204-8_3 fatcat:wfmafrvu2fb6hgddjde7gscwfi

Conference Guide [Front matter]

2020 2020 16th International Conference on Control, Automation, Robotics and Vision (ICARCV)  
The main contribution is to invest the bio-inspired approach PSO to solve pose estimation problem based on iterative NDT maps.  ...  With the rapid development of intelligent algorithms, it has become an inevitable trend to use intelligent algorithm with high intelligence and strong adaptability for robot path planning.  ...  In this paper we investigate the resilient consensus problem for multi-agent systems under the specific attack scenarios where the attacker can eavesdrop on initial information of agents among the system  ... 
doi:10.1109/icarcv50220.2020.9305477 fatcat:4h7gpoj7ljgsrlkjoyw3qcfzxi

Welcome message from the General Chairs

Giovanni Giambene, Boon Sain Yeo
2009 2009 International Workshop on Satellite and Space Communications  
Many papers demonstrated notable systems with good analytical and/or empirical analyses. Each paper was reviewed by at least two reviewers (most papers received three reviews each).  ...  Based on these rigorous reviews, IES 2014 accepted 106 papers for inclusion in the conference program, which represents an acceptance rate of 69%.  ...  , Collective Intelligence, Distributed Optimization, Decentralized Systems, Swarm Robotics, Artificial Bee Colony Systems, Bio/Nature Inspired Approaches, Reinforcement Learning, Computational Learning  ... 
doi:10.1109/iwssc.2009.5286448 fatcat:wcu4uzasizhzjmdkzyekynnqwi
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