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Paper accepted at the 6th Natural Language Interfaces for the Web of Data (NLIWOD) Workshop

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We are pleased to announce that our paper “Verbalizing the Evolution of Knowledge Graphs with Formal Concept Analysis” has been accepted in the NLIWOD6 workshop, part of the @iswc_conf 2020 conference. Diego Collarana, Martin Arispe, Mayesha Tasnim, Damien Graux and Fabrizio Orlandi propose a new method to automatically produce reports of the evolution of entities […]

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Analysis of the quality of training data (Training Dataset)

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We want to share the method we use to analyze the quality of the training data that we use for our Automatic Speech Recognition model, which is divided into the following steps: Step 1: Calculate the size of the population sample, for this we use a non-probability sampling using the following formula: Step 2: Obtaining […]

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ICI is presenting research work at EurOMA 2020 Conference in Warwick, UK.

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In collaboration with colleagues from Insper (Sao Paulo, Brazil) we have been submitting our work on Transitioning towards circular food supply chains through data-driven and emerging technologies. We are happy to announce that our work has been accepted for presentation at the EurOMA 2020 conference (EurOMA2020). In this work, recognizing the increasingly networked nature of […]

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ICI presenting 4 papers at SCALE-LA 2020 Conference in Boston.

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As a member of the MIT Supply Chain and Logistics Excellence (SCALE) Latin American research network, ICI has been leading the research track in Data-Driven & Emerging Technologies (DD&ET). As result of our efforts we submitted 4 papers to the SCALE-LA 2020 conference (https://scale.mit.edu/2020-mit-scale-latin-america-conference), all of which were positively received and accepted. Data-driven and Model-driven […]

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Research articles now online

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ICI’s research articles presented at the conference Operations Management for Social Good. POMS 2018 are now available online and as print version in early 2020. Click here or go to the Springer conference proceedings and check out our work and that of our colleagues. https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-23816-2

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ICI and LiComh are presenting innovative research work at the “Society of Philosophy and Technology” conference (SPT2019)

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Our innovative research work on the organizational similarities between computer architecture and social and socio-political systems has been accepted for presentation at the Society for Philosophy and Technology conference (SPT2019), to be held at Texas A&M University from May 20th-22nd, 2019. With this work we hope to expand the understanding of organizing principles of large-scale […]

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Institute for Computational Intelligence – A new Research Initiative at UPB

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Effectively October 5th, 2018 UPB has created the Institute for Computational Intelligence (ICI). At ICI we pursue two main objectives: (1) Train promising students in the use of artificial intelligence and computational methods and (2) apply computational intelligence to relevant social, economic and environmental problems of Bolivia. Through these two objectives we hope to create […]