Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

  • development and deployment of AI applications to important domains (i.e., healthcare, sustainability, transportation, finance, cyber-physical systems, manufacturing, business, government applications);
  • big data, data mining and machine learning tools;
  • AI and ML based optimization methods for industrial/practical applications;
  • deep learning, fuzzy and neural systems;
  • AI/ML techniques in robotics;
  • AI/ML methods for computer vision, image processing, pattern recognition;
  • natural language processing, speech understanding;
  • evolutionary/bio-inspired algorithms;
  • explainable AI;
  • hybrid intelligent systems;
  • bioinformatics;
  • recent trends of AI in programming languages;
  • applied AI for cyber security;
  • heuristic and AI planning strategies and tools;
  • probabilistic reasoning, case-based reasoning, constraint programming;
  • standards, ethics, legal implications and challenges of AI implications in government and public organizations.

Special Track

There will be a special track on on-going research/applications of AI and ML. There will be a special track on on-going research/applications of AI and ML. The goal of this track is to report on-going developments/applications, as well as the associated research and challenges in applying AI and ML to real-world and industrial problems. ICAPAI 2020 seeks well-motivated and specific problems for which AI and ML technology have already been deployed (maybe partial). Authors can report the partial results with the motivation and idea behind such application. Based on the quality of the submitted paper, it will be accepted as a Full/Short paper. There will be (oral) presentation session for all of the accepted papers as well as with posters.

Published Dec. 5, 2019 2:46 PM - Last modified Dec. 5, 2019 2:46 PM