Dickson Lukose, MIMOS Berhad, Malaysia
Dr. Dickson Lukose (PhD) is the Head of the Knowledge Technology Research and Development Cluster at MIMOS BHD. Dr Lukose is also the director of the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory as well as the Centre of Excellence in Semantic Technologies. Before returning to Malaysia, Dr. Lukose spent many years working in financial services industry developing enterprise applications. He has done over 15 years of applied research in Artificial Intelligence, supported by research grants from Graphic Directions, Leverhulme Foundation, CSIRO, Australian Research Council, MIMOS and e-Science (MOSTI). Dr. Lukose has authored over 80 research papers and technical reports on the subject of artificial intelligence, knowledge acquisition and modeling for scientific journals and conference proceedings, chaired or co-chaired over 25 international conferences on these subjects, and edited a number of books in these areas.
His qualifications include B.Sc. (Hons) and PhD from Deakin University (Australia), and Post-Doctorate Research as a Leverhulme Fellow at Loughborough University of Technology (UK). He has carried out teaching and research in Artificial Intelligence at Deakin University (Australia), Loughborough University of Technology (UK), University of Calgary (Canada) and University of New England (Australia). He worked as a Senior Knowledge Engineer with Brightware Inc. (USA), and as Principal Knowledge Engineer with MindBox Inc.(USA). During his tenure with Brightware and Mindbox, he has worked with leading financial institutions in UK, USA and Korea.
Hybrid ICT Platform for Intelligent Systems
In this talk, the speaker will describe how various Information and Communication Technology Platforms developed at MIMOS are being used for implementing Intelligent Systems. Among the technology platforms that will be covered include Semantic Technology, Wireless Communication Technology, Sensor Technology, Cyber Security Technology and Cloud Computing. The speaker will outline some examples of Intelligence Systems developed using a combination of components from these platforms, specifically in the Health, Agriculture, Education and Government sectors.