Date 2019-04-12 3134 Clicks
The eighth lecture in the Tamkang Clement and Carrie Chair Lecture Series saw Dr. Janusz Kacprzyk deliver a speech to a packed auditorium. Dr. Kacprzyk is an academician at Academia Europaea and an internationally-renowned expert in the area of decision analysis and fuzzy set theory and applications. He has received countless awards, including the 2007 IEEE Computational Intelligence Society's Award for Outstanding Contribution, the IFSA Exceptional Academic Contribution Award, among many others, and his academic work has been referenced a staggering 23,884 times.
The topic of the talk was ‘multi-attribute/criteria decisions under bipolar user testimonies and intentions.’ Dr. Kacprzyk noted that, in the context of contemporary decision-making theory and analysis, behavioral decision making is an independent research discipline with applications in fields such as economics, finance, and management. In the future, decision making, data, and calculation capacity can be used to practically develop the scope of robot learning.
The speech was attended by over 300 faculty and students from a variety of TKU departments.