Dr Noor Zaman


Taylor University Malaysia

Topic: Beyond Imitation: How Generative AI is Redefining Human-Machine Collaboration

Abstract: Beyond Imitation: How Generative AI is Redefining Human-Machine Collaboration, we embark on a journey into the evolving landscape of creativity, innovation, and collaboration at the intersection of human ingenuity and artificial intelligence. This keynote explores how Generative AI, with its capacity to autonomously generate novel content and solutions, is transcending mere imitation to become a catalyst for redefining the nature of collaboration between humans and machines.

We delve into the symbiotic relationship between Generative AI and human creativity, illuminating how these technologies are transforming traditional paradigms of collaboration. Through compelling examples and case studies, we witness how Generative AI serves as a creative partner, augmenting human capabilities and expanding creative horizons. From art and design to music composition and storytelling, we uncover the myriad ways in which Generative AI is enriching the creative process and fostering interdisciplinary collaboration.

Moreover, we confront the ethical and societal implications of this collaborative evolution, grappling with questions of authorship, authenticity, and the future of work in an AI-driven world. Ultimately, “Beyond Imitation” invites us to reimagine the possibilities of human-machine collaboration, inspiring us to embrace the transformative potential of Generative AI in shaping the future of creativity and innovation.

Speaker: Prof. Dr Noor Zaman Jhanjhi (N.Z Jhanjhi) is currently working as a Professor in Computer Science (Cybersecurity and AI), Program Director for the Postgraduate Research Degree Programmes in computer science, Director of the Center for Smart Society (CSS5) at the School of Computer Science at Taylor’s University, Malaysia. He has been nominated as the world’s top 2% research scientist globally consecutively for 2022, and 2023; he is among the top five computer science researchers in Malaysia and was nominated as an Outstanding Faculty Member by the MDEC Malaysia for the year 2022. He has highly indexed publications in WoS/ISI/SCI/Scopus, and his collective research Impact factor is more than 900 plus points. His Google Scholar H index is 60, and I-10 Index is close to 275, and his Scopus H index is 39, with more than 600 publications on his credit. He has several international patents on his account, including Australian, German, and Japanese patents. He edited/authored over 50 research books published by world-class publishers, including Springer, IGI Global USA, Taylors and Frances, Willeys, Intech Open, etc. He has excellent experience supervising and co-supervising postgraduate students, and more than 37 Postgraduate scholars graduated under his supervision. Prof. Jhanjhi serves as Associate Editor and Editorial Assistant Board for several reputable journals, such as PeerJ Computer Science, CMC Computers, Materials & Continua, Computer Systems Science and Engineering CSSE, Frontier in Communication and Networks, etc. He received the Outstanding Associate Editor award for IEEE ACCESS. Active reviewer for a series of top-tier journals has been awarded globally as a top 1%

reviewer by Publons (Web of Science). He is an external Ph.D./Master thesis examiner/evaluator for several universities globally and has evaluated 60 plus theses. He has completed more than 40 internationally funded research grants successfully. He has been a keynote/invited speaker for over 60 international conferences and

has chaired international conference sessions. He has vast experience in academic qualifications, including ABET, NCAAA, and NCEAC, for 10 years. His research areas include Cybersecurity, IoT security, Wireless security, Data Science, Software Engineering, and UAVs.

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