This seminar will explore how computational intelligence can be applied to address challenges faced by developing nations. Computational intelligence (CI) can be viewed as a field that can be integrated across disciplines so as to develop and apply computer systems that can exhibit human-like intelligence in solving varieties of problems. This seminar will assemble technologists, social scientists, engineers, policy makers, industrialists and other stakeholders, to explore the state-of-art for CI applications in developing countries and to identify avenues for future research. We invite scholars to contribute problem-based articles or presentation that will seek the continuing efforts to understand how CI techniques could lead to future improvements of the wellbeing of people living in developing countries.
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