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John Zhang, Ming Fan, Bin Gu, Vijay Mookerjee, Bin Zhang and J. Leon Zhao

to succeed. From my point of view, the most successful application in the future would be robotics. Robotics can be defined broadly; not just machines, but automatic arms and fetches. These are also robots. Nowadays, we have teaching robots that teach children English and we have agency staff and accounting robots. Another area I have to mention is that I have just completed some blockchain research, which is obviously the frontier of IT. Not long ago, the President of China, President Xi, mentioned blockchain. Xi assigned blockchain the same rank as big data

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Beth A. Plale, Eleanor Dickson, Inna Kouper, Samitha Harshani Liyanage, Yu Ma, Robert H. McDonald, John A. Walsh and Sachith Withana

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