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Luojia Lecture: AI for Cybersecurity and Healthcare by Chen Hsinchun
2019-07-12 16:47:04

On July 8 2019, Professor Chen Hsinchun, a professor in Management Information System, University of Arizona was invited to give an academic lecture on Luojia Lecture No.300. The title was "AI for Cybersecurity and Healthcare ". Ma Feicheng, a senior professor of humanities and social sciences, presented the Luojia Lecture certificate of honor to Professor Chen. Huang Ruhua, vice dean of the School of Information Management of Wuhan University, presided over the lecture.



Professor Ma Feichang presents Luojia Lecture certificate of honor to Professor Chen Hsinchun.

 Chen Hsinchun is a professor in the department of Management Information System, university of Arizona, USA. He is also the Fellow of ACM, IEEE, and AAAS. He is author/editor of 20 books, 300 SCI journal articles, and 200 refereed conference articles covering digital library, data/text/web mining, business analytics, security informatics, and health informatics. His overall h-index is 96 (32,000 citations for 900 papers according to Google Scholar), among the highest in MIS and top 50 in computer science. He has served as Editor-in-Chief, Senior Editor or AE of major ACM/IEEE, MIS, and Springer journals and conference/program chair of major ACM/IEEE/MIS conferences in digital library, information systems, security informatics, and health informatics. He has served as an advisor to major federal research programs and was a Scientific Counselor of the National Library of Medicine (USA) and National Library of China. He launched the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at the University of Arizona's Eller school of management, initiated Asia's first digital library conference, the Asian library international conference (ICADL), and led the development of COPLINK, a public security information sharing and analysis system. He has won numerous awards in information technology and knowledge management education.


In the lecture, Professor Chen firstly introduced the application of AI in healthcare with his project SilverLink as an example. SilverLink is a software specially designed for the elderly. It uses physical sensors and body sensors to observe the behavior patterns of the elderly, and predicts the physical conditions of the elderly and prevent accidents with big data analysis.


Professor Chen also introduced how to apply AI to network security with his projects COPLINK. Based on the dataset from the Dark Web, he and his team identified who and where the hackers are, what information they leaked, and the weaknesses in the information security. In the end, Professor Chen said that future research is going to focus on the combination of data from the dark web and data from the open web.