Trial lecture for appointment to Associate Professor with Dr. Qing He

Tue 18 Jun 11.00–12.00
C312 or via Zoom

Welcome to a trial lecture in computer engineering for appointment as Associate Professor with Qing He, STC Research Center. The lecture is given in English.

Connected Things That Think: The Rise of Intelligent Networks

In our rapidly advancing technological landscape, networks have evolved from simple connectivity frameworks into highly sophisticated, intelligent systems capable of autonomous decision-making and learning. This lecture will delve into the development of intelligent networks, highlighting the shift from data-centric to information-centric paradigms. We will consider the concepts of semantic communication and the Age of Information, examining how they enhance the timely delivery of relevant information. Furthermore, we will discuss the impact of advanced artificial intelligence technologies, such as transformers, large language models, and online machine learning, in shaping the future of intelligent systems and enabling them to learn and adapt in real time. Through real-world examples, we will illustrate how smart, connected systems are revolutionizing various domains, including healthcare, transportation, and industry. Join us as we explore the intricate relationship between connectivity, intelligence, and the information that truly matters.


The lecture will be held in English and given as a hybrid lecture and can be followed either on site in Sundsvall in room C312 or via Zoom.

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