About this Research Topic
Artificial intelligence, especially cognitive reasoning in machine learning and deep learning, has made unprecedented achievements and has been widely used in intelligent systems to make the system more intelligent, more human-like, closer to the drive of brain science, more interpretable, and have more stable generalization ability. Integrating cognitive intelligence such as causal reasoning and knowledge reasoning with intelligent systems can carry out environmental perception and provide a cognitive basis for intelligent decision-making, thereby improving the level of intelligence and decision-making ability, which will promote the further development of strong artificial intelligence systems, and finally realize intelligent ecological community.
The Research Topic will focus on the theory and methodology of cognitive and reasoning intelligence, and relevant applications in real-world scenarios. It will provide a platform for researchers and practitioners to deepen their understanding of cognitive and reasoning intelligence and its applications in various fields. It provides cutting-edge insights into the latest research and developments in the field, and offers valuable perspectives on cognitive and reasoning intelligence as well as enhances interdisciplinary communication and collaboration.
Keywords: cognitive intelligence, reasoning intelligence, causal inference, knowledge inference, machine cognition, big data and data mining, pattern recognition, computational intelligence, neural networks, computer vision, human activity recognition, intelligent
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