NZJAI 2019 : New Zealand Journal of Artificial Intelligence
Call For Papers
NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (NZJAI)
New Zealand Journal of Artificial Intelligence (ISSN 2703-1748) provides a new forum for dissemination of knowledge on both theoretical and applied research on artificial intelligence. It is intended to provide a platform to foster unified development of next generation computational models for machine intelligence.
The journal disseminates new nexuses in Big Data and applications of these nexus to solve new problems as well as improve solutions to old problems. It provides a platform to encourage development of robust computational systems by exploiting disparate data. It will also encourage development of collated and annotated datasets which can be readily used in the development and evaluation of computational systems.
It covers a broad range of topics in artificial intelligence, its various forms and applications, such as Medicine and Public Health, Law, Language, Finance, Business, Education, Sustainability, and Policy and Governance, to name a few. It will strongly encourage Data Science application in new, previously untouched areas in order to aid and enhance humanity.
The journal is published in cooperation with the New Zealand Artificial Intelligence Research Society (NZAIRS), and the Editorial Board includes leading international and New Zealand researchers in the areas of Artificial Intelligence and Data Science.
MAIN JOURNAL TOPICS
Papers are solicited from the following list of topics, however papers dealing with any aspect of Artificial Intelligence are welcome.
- Natural Language Processing
- Image Processing
- Machine Learning
- Fuzzy Systems
- Evolutionary Computation
- Speech Recognition
- Automated Reasoning
- Expert Systems
- Information Extraction
- Semantic Web
- Pattern Recognition
Please refer to https://nzjai.com/submit/ for further details on submission guidelines.
Rivindu Perera, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
Parma Nand, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand