ACP-based Social Computing and Parallel Intelligence: Societies 5.0 and Beyond
Xiao Wang; Lingxi Li; Yong Yuan; Peijun Ye; Fei-Yue Wang
Source PublicationCAAI Transactions on Intelligence Technology

; Social computing, as the technical foundation of future computational smart societies, has the potential to improve the effectiveness of opensource big data usage, systematically integrate a variety of elements including time, human, resources, scenarios, and organizations in the current cyber-physical-social world, and establish a novel social structure with fair information, equal rights, and a flat configuration. Meanwhile,
considering the big modeling gap between the model world and the physical world, the concept of parallel intelligence is introduced. With the help of software-defined everything, parallel intelligence bridges the big modeling gap by means of constructing artificial systems where computational experiments can be implemented to verify social policies, economic strategies, and even military operations. Artificial systems play the role of “social laboratories” in which decisions are computed before they are executed in our physical society. Afterwards, decisions with the expected outputs are executed in parallel in both the artificial and physical systems to interactively sense, compute, evaluate and adjust system behaviors in real-time, leading system behaviors in the physical system converging to those proven to be optimal in the artificial ones. Thus, the smart guidance and management for our society can be achieved.

KeywordSocial Computing Societies 5.0 Parallel Intelligence Knowledge Automation Cyberphysical-social System Artificial Societies Computational Experiments Parallel Execution.
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AffiliationChinese Acad Sci, State Key Lab Management & Control Complex Syst, Inst Automat, Beijing 100864, Peoples R China
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Xiao Wang,Lingxi Li,Yong Yuan,et al. ACP-based Social Computing and Parallel Intelligence: Societies 5.0 and Beyond[J]. CAAI Transactions on Intelligence Technology,2016,1(4):377-393.
APA Xiao Wang,Lingxi Li,Yong Yuan,Peijun Ye,&Fei-Yue Wang.(2016).ACP-based Social Computing and Parallel Intelligence: Societies 5.0 and Beyond.CAAI Transactions on Intelligence Technology,1(4),377-393.
MLA Xiao Wang,et al."ACP-based Social Computing and Parallel Intelligence: Societies 5.0 and Beyond".CAAI Transactions on Intelligence Technology 1.4(2016):377-393.
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