Intelligent Computing

Intelligent Computing is an Open Access journal published in affiliation with Zhejiang Lab and published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

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Computer Sciences

New mitigation framework reduces bias in classification outcomes

We use computers to help us make (hopefully) unbiased decisions. The problem is that machine-learning algorithms do not always make fair classifications if human bias is embedded in the data used to train them—which is ...

Computer Sciences

Brain-inspired computing may boil down to information transfer

The biological brain, especially the human brain, is a desirable computing system that consumes little energy and runs at high efficiency. To build a computing system just as good, many neuromorphic scientists focus on designing ...

Computer Sciences

Automatic design of metaheuristics: The future of optimization?

To discourage the inefficient manual invention and configuration of new metaheuristic optimization algorithms, a research team at IRIDIA, the artificial intelligence laboratory of the Université Libre de Bruxelles, studied ...

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