MIDI 2020 : 8th Machine Intelligence and Digital Interaction – MIDI Conference (organized in VR)
Call For Papers
MIDI Conference offers a unique opportunity to bring together researchers and practitioners working in diverse areas of artificial intelligence and human-technology interaction. Since 2020 the scope of MIDI Conference has been extended to interactions between humans and “smart” systems based on various types of machine intelligence. Due to the current circumstances and the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the MIDI Conference will be held as a virtual event.
Conference proceedings will be published in Springer Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing series. Accepted papers presented during the conference and peer-review accepted in the conference proceedings with at least one registered author will also be submitted to ISI Citation Index, EI Engineering Index, ACM Digital Library, DBLP, SCOPUS, Google Scholar and Springer link.
Due to circumstances relating to the world-wide pandemic the organisers of 8th MIDI Conference decided that the conference will be available free of charge for both presenting and non-presenting participants.
Topics for submission include:
intelligent service systems and semantic computing
analytics and deep learning
intelligent vehicles and autonomous cars
smart industrial automation and manufacturing
intelligent safety systems and risk management
intelligent decision support systems
brain-inspired modelling and simulation
intelligent problem solving
cognitively-based systems integration
modelling and optimization of intelligent systems
intelligent software and systems engineering
complex human-systems integration
human-machine teaming and collaboration
intelligent interfaces for human-artificial systems
complex evolutionary and adaptive cognitive systems
biological and social inspirations of human decision-making
usability and User Experience with artificial cognitive systems
interactive multimedia and multimodal interaction with artificial cognitive systems
novel interaction techniques, intelligent voice interfaces, interactive multimedia
human-artificial systems collaboration
ubiquitous, multimodal, pervasive and mobile interaction, wearable computing
privacy, security and trust for the artificial intelligence systems
novel information visualization and presentation techniques
hybrid human-artificial systems centred design
virtual humans and virtual worlds: augmented/virtual reality
understanding people and interactions with “smart” systems: theory, concepts, models and methods.