Yves Rybarczyk

Dalarna University Sweden

Yves Rybarczyk holds a Ph.D. in robotics from the University of Evry, France. His teaching and research activities focus on artificial intelligence and human-machine interaction. He was an Assistant Professor at the Nova University of Lisbon between 2007 and 2015. Then, he moved to South America where he held the position of Associate Professor and Head of the Intelligent & Interactive Systems Lab at the Universidad de Las Américas, until 2019. Currently, he is a Full Professor and Director of the doctoral program in microdata analysis at the Dalarna University, Sweden. He has participated in several projects on the modeling and development of complex and interactive systems. He is the author of over 100 scientific publications. Prof. Rybarczyk is a member of the steering committee of the International Summer Workshops on Multimodal Interfaces and an associate editor for both journals Frontiers in Computer Science and Frontiers in Psychology.

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Information technology is becoming ingrained in our everyday life. The consequence of this is that the line between humans and technology is more and more blurred, and tends to transform the human being into a cyber-organism. This transformation, accompanied by the emergence of Industry 4.0, brings us to define a new term: Human 4.0. This new generation of individuals has to deal with smart interconnected pervasive environments supported by the internet of things. Nevertheless, this merge between humans and technology is not straight-forward and requires an additional effort to reduce the gap between the human being and the machine. Such research implies a multidisciplinary approach to the interaction between biological organisms and artificial artefacts. This book intends to provide the reader with an insight into the new relationship with the technology brought about by Industry 4.0, and how it can make the human-machine interaction more efficient.

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