AICCC 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the safety of the participants remains the top priority. After careful consideration, in light of the global health emergency and the travel restrictions, AICCC 2021 was special arranged into online conference. During the virtual conference, Prof. Kenji Suzuki from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, Prof. Yan Li from University of Southern Queensland, Australia and Prof. Ma Maode from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore have attended the online conference as keynote speakers.

The delegates from USA, Japan, Philippines, Germany, China, Canada and so on participated and presented in the conference. Benjamin Smith from University of Victoria, Canada, Deepak Rai from Tokai University, Japan, Ruba Skaik from University of Ottawa, Canada, Elhard Kumalija from University of Hyogo, Japan and Seamus Lankford from Dublin City University, Ireland get the Best Presentation. In addition, many researchers, engineers, academicians as well as industrial professionals from all over the world have presented their research results and development activities.

March 15, 2021 Good News! The AICCC 2020 proceeding is available ACM Digital Library.

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Keynote Speaches:

Title: Deep Learning for Medical Image Processing, Patten Recognition, and Diagnosis
Prof. Kenji Suzuki
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Title: Artificial Intelligence in Health and Brain Modelling
Prof. Yan Li
University of Southern Queensland, Australia

Title: Secure Authentication for D2D Communications in 5G Wireless Networks
Prof. Maode Ma
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Best Presentations:

Session 1

Title: Ship Detection in Satellite Optical Imagery
Benjamin Smith, University of Victoria, Canada

Session 2

Title: Simplified Deep Learning Architecture for Text Recognition from Natural Scene
Deepak Rai, Tokai University, Japan

Session 3

Title: Using Twitter Social Media for Depression Detection in the Canadian Population
Ruba Skaik, University of Ottawa, Canada

Session 4

Title: Live Monitoring of Speech Quality of Public Addressing Network Speakers: A Preliminary Study
Elhard Kumalija, Graduate School of Applied Informatics, University of Hyogo, Japan

Session 5

Title: Effective Tuning of Regression Models using an Evolutionary Approach: A Case Study
Seamus Lankford, Adapt Centre, Dublin City University, Ireland


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Submission Method

Electronic Submission System (PDF format)


1. Full paper (Click)
2. Abstract (Click)

Contact Method

Mr.Paul Choo

AICCC 2021 conference secretary


Tel: +86-021-59561560