Hyper-Intelligence Technical Committee

Hyper-Intelligence (HI) refers to higher, super-intelligent abilities to accomplish complex tasks. For instance, hyper-intelligent humans are individuals gifted with extraordinary intellectual aptitudes and are capable of solving the world’s most challenging problems. Hyper-Intelligence is an inter-disciplinary field that studies hyper-connections, hyper-compositions, and hyper-collaborations of intelligent entities in various forms and functions that can be physical or digital, local or remote.

Currently, hyper-intelligent systems are rapidly emerging and cover a multitude of application domains such as artificially intelligent chess engines, self-driving vehicles, autonomous weapons, automated drug discoveries, smart cities, etc. Hyper-intelligent systems will usher in a new age of cyber-physical-social-human interactions, revolutionizing and reshaping the world as we know it.

The mission of Hyper-Intelligence Technical Committee (HITC) is to promote global research and practice of hyper-intelligent systems for a smarter world and society. It peruses an open platform for people sharing the same interest to jointly explore hyper-intelligence theories, technologies, standards and applications by setting up a series of task forces, and organizing various activities including panels, forums, workshops, conferences, journal special issues, etc.

Hyper-Intelligence TC Website


Related IEEE International Conferences

IEEE International Conference on Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing (UIC)
IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Intelligence and Computing (PICom)
IEEE Smart World Congress

Committee Chair

Jianhua Ma

Hosei University
10 (Asia and Pacific)

Committee Co-Chairs

Laurence T. Yang

St. Francis Xavier University
7 (Canada)

Giancarlo Fortino

University of Calabria
8 (Africa, Europe, Middle East)

Flávia C. Delicato

Fluminense Federal University
9 (Latin America)