Lior Limonad, PhD is a senior researcher at the IBM Research Lab in Haifa since 2010, being passionately involved in a variety of technological areas over the years, catering service-interoperability, multi-objective decision making, and human-centric IoT. Most recently, he is a member of a research team that has its unique focus on developing Human-centric AI solutions. Most profoundly this includes leading to the inception, and later on, contributing to the development of the IBM Maximo Worker Insight solution. Over the years, Lior has also undertaken active roles in a variety of EU H2020 projects. This includes being the coordinator of ACSI with extraordinary results in service interoperation, and later on joining SIMUSAFE as a partner, and most recently also joining CONBOTS, and MindTooth. In 2012, Lior received the IBM Outstanding Technical Accomplishment Award for his contribution to the Science of Business Artifacts, and in 2018 again, for developing the Shields model as the core technical innovation in IBM Employee Wellness and Safety solution. Lior holds a B.Sc. degree in Industrial Engineering and Management with a major in Information Systems, an M.Sc. degree in Information System Engineering, from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, and a Ph.D. degree in Management Information Systems from the University of British Columbia, Canada. His research interests are in the areas of systems analysis and design, conceptual modeling, ontological applications to information systems, software engineering, and AI.