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2023 6th International Conference on Computing and Big Data(ICCBD 2023)

ICCBD 2023


ICCBD 2023 | October 25-27, 2023 | Shanghai, China (Virtually)

2023 6th International Conference on Computing and Big Data (ICCBD 2023)


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As we reflect on the recently concluded 2023 6th international conference on computing and big data (ICCBD 2023), held from October 25th to 27th, 2023. We are thrilled to share the highlights and key takeaways from this enriching conference.

IICCBD 2023 witnessed a remarkable gathering of researchers, professionals, and scholars from various corners of the world. This diverse participation not only enriched the discussions but also fostered a collaborative environment that transcended geographical boundaries. The conference served as a melting pot of ideas, fostering interdisciplinary exchanges and nurturing new avenues of research.

The conference started with welcoming remarks from Prof. Weidong Li, the organizing general chair of ICCBD 2023. Prof. Li's opening address was marked by warmth and enthusiasm as he extended his sincere gratitude to the co-organizers and extended a warm welcome to all the experts and scholars in attendance. He provided insights into the organization of ICCBD 2023, shedding light on the meticulous planning and execution that went into making the event a success. Additionally, Prof. Li briefed the audience on the review process and the status of article collections for the year, setting the stage for the enriching discussions to follow.

Keynote Speakers at ICCBD 2023

Prof. Ender Ayanoglu (IEEE Fellow)
- Affiliation:University of California, USA
- Speech Title:Machine Learning in NextG Networks via Generative Adversarial Networks

-Prof. Ender Ayanoglu, an esteemed IEEE Fellow from the University of California, USA, captivated the audience with his keynote speech on leveraging machine learning techniques, particularly Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs), in the context of Next Generation (NextG) networks. His insightful presentation shed light on the potential of GANs to revolutionize various aspects of NextG networks, from optimization to security, paving the way for more efficient and adaptive network architectures.

Prof. LEE Kwok On Matthew
- Affiliation: City University of Hong Kong, China
- Speech Title:Why are we so addicted to cyber worlds: from Tamagotchi to Metaverse

- Prof. LEE Kwok On Matthew, hailing from City University of Hong Kong, China, delivered a thought-provoking keynote speech on the pervasive allure of virtual worlds, tracing the evolution of digital engagement from the era of Tamagotchi to the burgeoning Metaverse. Through engaging anecdotes and insightful analysis, he explored the psychological underpinnings of our fascination with cyber worlds, highlighting the profound impact of technology on human behavior and societal norms.

Prof. Jiangchuan (JC) Liu (IEEE Fellow)
- Affiliation:Simon Fraser University, Canada
- Speech Title:Towards Ubiquitous and Immersive Networked Media: For Human and For Machine

- Prof. Jiangchuan (JC) Liu, an esteemed IEEE Fellow representing Simon Fraser University, Canada, delivered a visionary keynote speech on the convergence of networked media and immersive technologies. His presentation delved into the transformative potential of ubiquitous and immersive media experiences, catering to both human users and intelligent machines. Prof. Liu's insights illuminated the trajectory towards a future where networked media seamlessly integrates with our daily lives, enriching human experiences and empowering machine intelligence alike.


Invited Speakers at ICCBD 2023


1. Assoc. Prof. Wei Wang
Affiliation: Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, China
Speech Title: Zero-shot Text Classification with External Knowledge
Assoc. Prof. Wei Wang from Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, China, shared insights into zero-shot text classification techniques augmented with external knowledge. His presentation explored innovative approaches to enhance text classification models, leveraging external knowledge sources to improve performance and adaptability in handling unseen classes.

2. Assoc. Prof. Dong Huang
Affiliation: South China Agricultural University, China
Speech Title: Recent Advances in Large-scale Graph Learning
Assoc. Prof. Dong Huang, representing South China Agricultural University, China, delved into the latest developments in large-scale graph learning methodologies. His presentation highlighted advancements in algorithms and techniques tailored for analyzing and extracting insights from complex network structures, offering practical solutions for tackling real-world challenges in various domains.

3. Prof. Petr Hajek
Affiliation: University of Pardubice, Czech Republic
Speech Title: Recent Advances in Detecting Fake Reviews in E-commerce Platforms
Prof. Petr Hajek, hailing from the University of Pardubice, Czech Republic, addressed the pressing issue of detecting fake reviews in e-commerce platforms. His presentation showcased recent advancements in the development of sophisticated algorithms and strategies aimed at identifying and mitigating the proliferation of fraudulent reviews, safeguarding the integrity of online consumer feedback systems.

4. Prof. Kin-Choong Yow
Affiliation: University of Regina, Canada
Speech Title: Advances in Generative AI (GenAI): The Technology, the Applications, and the Threats
Prof. Kin-Choong Yow, representing the University of Regina, Canada, provided comprehensive insights into the advancements in Generative AI (GenAI). His presentation covered the technological underpinnings, diverse applications, and associated challenges and threats posed by generative AI systems. Prof. Yow's talk offered a holistic perspective on the evolving landscape of AI-driven generative technologies and their implications for various sectors and societal dynamics.

Moreover the conference was composed of 4 technical oral sessions, topics covered, for example, Digital network architecture design and network security monitoring, Network -based e -commerce platform construction and information management, Model -based visual application design and intelligent detection, Data model and data analysis and so on. Each parallel session went through smoothly and a “Best Presentation” award was issued at the end of sub-conference.

Best Presentation Award Winners


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