2022 3rd International Symposium on Computer Engineering and Intelligent Communications

Keynote Speakers of Past Sessions

ISCEIC 2021:

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Prof. Jiping Li, South China Agricultural University, China


Title: AI In Fashion
Abstract: 
Fashion is a multi-trillion dollar industry with social and economic implications worldwide. As customers' real lives become increasingly intertwined with the digital world, AI is playing a big role in transforming this industry from design to manufacturing, logistic supply chain and marketing. So, right here this talk brings a discussion, how AI is changing fashion with use cases, role and impact of AI on this industry. Several related works in Magic Manufacturing, an innovative startup, will be introduced to explore the creative use of AI in the field of apparel and footwear development, which will be a steppingstone on AI’s future in fashion.

Experience: Jiping LI is a professor of Computer Science and Engineering at South China Agricultural University, and a member of CCF, IEEE and ACM. He received his B.E. and Ph.D. degree from Harbin Institute of Technology in 1995 and 1999, respectively. After that, he worked at Tianjin University, JST (Japan Science and Technology Agency), Tokyo Institute of Technology and several Chinese companies successively. In CAD/CAE/CAM, industrial/medical/service robot, 3D printing, VR & AR, Prof. LI had rich research and development experiences. His current research interests include 3D modeling, 3D printing, AR, robot and automatic instrument.


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Prof. Bin Liu, Dalian University of Technology, China
 
Title: Graphics and image processing technology for medical applications
Abstract: The human pursuit of health is endless. Nowadays, countries all over the world have increased their investment in the field of health care. As an emerging discipline in the future, computer-assisted medical technology has attracted much attention. This is a deeply intersecting discipline. It not only includes computer technology and medical technology, but also requires the intervention of artificial intelligence technology, mechanical engineering, mechanics and other disciplines. In the past ten years, our research group has done some exploratory research on computer-assisted personalized orthopedic surgery (especially personalized orthopedic prosthesis modeling). In addition, we have also conducted some more challenging research in intelligent image processing and analysis. In future research, it is hoped that more disciplines can work together to truly solve clinical practical difficulties.