Symmetry/Asymmetry in Artificial Intelligence

A special issue of Symmetry (ISSN 2073-8994). This special issue belongs to the section "Computer".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 May 2024 | Viewed by 57

Special Issue Editor

Faculty of Artificial Intelligence in Education, Central China Normal University, Wuhan, China
Interests: Artificial Intelligence; image and audio/video intelligent information processing; educational data mining; machine learning; human-computer interaction; virtual reality; game technology; data mining; deep learning

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

With the development of Artificial Intelligence technologies, especially in the fields of machine learning and deep learning, research on data symmetry and asymmetry has begun in various domains, such as image recognition, object detection, speech recognition, natural language understanding, and more. Significant progress has been made in utilizing the symmetry and asymmetry properties of data in machine learning and deep learning, including techniques for increasing training data by exploiting these properties, quantifying symmetry and asymmetry attributes through domain transformations, and adding symmetry or asymmetry constraints in model optimization.

Furthermore, researchers have started using machine learning and deep learning to study data symmetry and asymmetry in multiple fields to aid in solving various problems. When building predictive models using machine learning and deep learning, data may exhibit symmetry or asymmetry constraints. Effectively utilizing these symmetric and asymmetric properties can lead to the development of better machine learning and deep learning models.

This Special Issue aims to explore the issues of symmetry and asymmetry in Artificial Intelligence, utilizing methods from information theory, topology, deep learning, machine learning, and more to effectively address these problems. Relevant research may include but is not limited to symmetry/asymmetry in deep learning, machine learning, transfer learning, computer vision, natural language processing, speech processing, and pattern recognition. The goal of this Special Issue, titled "Symmetry/Asymmetry in Artificial Intelligence", is to present the latest advancements in these related topics. We cordially invite all researchers working in this field to contribute to this Special Issue.

We eagerly anticipate receiving your contributions.

Dr. Zhifeng Wang
Guest Editor

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  • symmetry/asymmetry in deep learning
  • machine learning
  • transfer learning
  • computer vision
  • natural language processing
  • speech processing
  • pattern recognition

Published Papers

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