Prof. Kuldeep Kumar
Bond University, Australia
|Title: Hybrid Artificial Intelligence Models and its Applications from Bankruptcy Prediction, fraud detection to Breast Cancer Detection|
In this talk we will introduce some hybrid models which are hybrid of Artificial Intelligence techniques as well as some “modern multivariate techniques”.We will demonstrate three applications of these hybrid models in bankruptcy prediction, fraud detection and breast cancer detection as mentioned below. Statistical business failure prediction models attempt to predict the failure or success of a business. Discriminant and logit analyses have traditionally been the most popular approaches, but there are also a range of promising AI techniques that can alternatively be applied. Besides discussing the application of a new hybrid models we will also discuss the application of a relatively new modern multivariate technique of stochastic gradient boosting in business failure prediction and financial fraud detection. Breast cancer is the leading cause of death amongst women in the age group 40-55 years. Digital mammography is one of the most suitable methods for early detection of cancer. However, it is very difficult to distinguish benign and malignant micro calcification. We will demonstrate the application of hybrid models in the classification of benign and malignant micro calcification in digital mammograms.
Short CV of Dr Kuldeep Kumar
Dr Kuldeep Kumar did his Ph D. from University of Kent at Canterbury and is currently Professor and Head of Economics and Statistics Department in the Faculty of Business at Bond University. He has taught at the Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow and National University of Singapore before joining Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia in 1993.
Winner of several awards including Commonwealth Fellowship, Commission of European Countries Post Doc Fellowship, Young Statistician award of the International Statistical Institute which is given to three young statisticians in the whole world every two years, Bond-Oxford Fellowship and Vice Chancellor’s Quality award for research supervision, Dr Kumar is also winner of several Teaching Excellence awards and Research Excellence awards. He has also won Lecturer of the year award and best research paper awards. Recently in 2013 he has won outstanding contribution award from the International Society of Management Engineers.
Dr Kumar has published more than 110 research papers in the international refereed journals/conference proceedings, eleven chapters in the books, 25 book reviews for Royal Statistical Society besides presenting papers in more than hundred seminars and conferences. He has been Key note speaker and Chaired sessions in several conferences. He has also edited a special issue of Managerial Finance journal besides several conference proceedings. His current research interests are in the areas of bankruptcy prediction, financial fraud detection, forensic accounting and higher education. He has supervised many Masters and PhD students in this area. He has received several research grants in these areas. His papers are well cited in many journals and books. He has refereed papers for more than 30 top journals and is on the editorial board of several international journals.
Dr Kumar is Fellow of Royal Statistical Society since 1984 and a chartered statistician. Recently he was awarded the status of Chartered Scientist by the Science Council of United Kingdom.