Robert M.X. Wu

University of Technology Sydney Australia

Dr. Robert M.X. Wu is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Professional Practice and Leadership of the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology at the University of Technology Sydney. He is also an associate editor of the Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods (Australian Business Deans Council - ABDC journal). Dr. Wu holds a diploma in computer science, a bachelor of economics, a master's program in computer science, a master's degree in e-commerce, and a Ph.D. in E-commerce. His research interests predominantly focus on digital transformation, e-commerce/e-Business, digital processing visualization, business intelligence (BI), business information systems (BIS), business analytics, Information systems organization and management, ICT higher education, and mobile health (m-health). Dr. Wu is a pioneering researcher on digital transformation for driving traditional business to digital business/e-business transition. As a senior reviewer and special issue editor, he serves nine SCImago Q1 and A*/A in ABDC-listed Journals. A Q1 Elsevier journal awarded him "Outstanding Contribution in Reviewing" twice in 2016 and 2018. Dr. Wu is also an internationally renowned consulting expert in leading interdisciplinary and industry-engaged research projects. He has demonstrated exceptional leadership, expertise, and innovation throughout his career, particularly in industry-engaged international collaborations. Over the past decade, he has successfully spearheaded more than ten large-scale international projects in partnership with Fortune Global 500 companies, prestigious universities, and various governments and industry stakeholders. His track record underscores his dedication to fostering meaningful connections in the global academic and business communities.

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This book provides the latest viewpoints of scientific research in the field of e-business. It is organized into three sections: “Higher Education and Digital Economy Development”, “Artificial Intelligence in E-Business”, and “Business Intelligence Applications”. Chapters focus on China’s higher education in e-commerce, digital economy development, natural language processing applications in business, Information Technology Governance, Risk and Compliance (IT GRC), business intelligence, and more.

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