Intelligent computing : the latest advances, challenges and future

Zhu, Shiqiang and Yu, Ting and Xu, Tao and Chen, Hongyang and Dustdar, Schahram and Gigan, Sylvain and Gunduz, Deniz and Hossain, Ekram and Jin, Yaochu and Lin, Feng and Liu, Bo and Wan, Zhiguo and Zhang, Ji and Zhao, Zhifeng and Zhu, Wentao and Chen, Zuoning and Durrani, Tariq Salim and Wang, Huaimin and Wu, Jiangxing and Zhang, Tongyi and Pan, Yunhe (2023) Intelligent computing : the latest advances, challenges and future. Intelligent Computing, 2. (

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Computing is a critical driving force in the development of human civilization. In recent years, we have witnessed the emergence of intelligent computing, a new computing paradigm that is reshaping traditional computing and promoting digital revolution in the era of big data, artificial intelligence and internet-of-things with new computing theories, architectures, methods, systems, and applications. Intelligent computing has greatly broadened the scope of computing, extending it from traditional computing on data to increasingly diverse computing paradigms such as perceptual intelligence, cognitive intelligence, autonomous intelligence, and human computer fusion intelligence. Intelligence and computing have undergone paths of different evolution and development for a long time but have become increasingly intertwined in recent years: intelligent computing is not only intelligence-oriented but also intelligence-driven. Such cross-fertilization has prompted the emergence and rapid advancement of intelligent computing.