Future-proofing the Mind: Fostering Robust Innovation in Soft Computing and Computational Intelligence

Year : 2024 | Volume :11 | Issue : 01 | Page : 1-6
By

Prashant J. Viradiya

Hirenkumar K. Mistry

Amit M. Goswami

  1. Research Scholar Department of Computer Engineering, Gyanmanjari Innovative University- GMIU, Bhavnagar Gujrat India
  2. Software Engineer PayPal, Saint Louis MO United States
  3. Software Engineer Source Infotech Inc., Edison NJ 08820 United States

Abstract

This study examines the impact of Computer Science (CS) and Soft Computing (SC) on a few scholarly disciplines and way of life. The study considers points to improve calculation execution by utilizing computational intelligence (CI) techniques, progressing the steadiness of statistical classification (SC) models, and optimizing them through algorithmic upgrades. These adjustments encourage the method of altering, selecting, and creating oneself, indeed in challenging circumstances. The effect on work, protection, social elements, and decision-making illustrates its transformative capabilities. Whereas recognizing the inadequacies and moral contemplations, the study emphasizes the energetic nature of these spaces. The report shows some curious thoughts that will offer assistance make future hones in SC and CI better. In expansion, it gives a brief outline of why solid inventiveness is imperative.

Keywords: Soft computing, computation intelligence, decision making, social interaction, artificial intelligence

[This article belongs to Journal of Mobile Computing, Communications & Mobile Networks(jomccmn)]

How to cite this article: Prashant J. Viradiya, Hirenkumar K. Mistry, Amit M. Goswami. Future-proofing the Mind: Fostering Robust Innovation in Soft Computing and Computational Intelligence. Journal of Mobile Computing, Communications & Mobile Networks. 2024; 11(01):1-6.
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Volume 11
Issue 01
Received January 17, 2024
Accepted February 9, 2024
Published April 3, 2024