ICAI 2024 Call for Papers

This is the second international Conference on Applied Intelligence, which aims to promote the research, development and application of advanced applied intelligence techniques by providing a vibrant and effective forum across a variety of disciplines. This conference has a further aim of increasing the awareness of industry of advanced applied intelligence techniques and the economic benefits that can be gained by implementing them.

ICAI theme unifies the picture of contemporary applied intelligence techniques as an integral concept that highlights the trends in advanced artificial intelligence and bridges theoretical research with applications. Therefore, the theme for this conference is Advanced Applied Intelligence Methodologies and Applications. Papers related to this theme are especially solicited, including theories, methodologies, and applications in science and technology.

Topics covering industrial issues/applications and academic research into applied intelligence will be included, but not limited to:


A1 Evolutionary Computing and Learning
A2 Genetic Algorithms
A3 Swarm Intelligence and Optimization
A4 Routing and Scheduling
A5 Independent Component Analysis
A6 Blind Source Separation
A7 Compressed Sensing and Sparse Coding
A8 Natural Computing
A9 Quantum Computing
A10 Cloud Computing
A11 Explainable Artificial Intelligence
A12 Emotion Artificial Intelligence
A13 Neural Networks
A14 Deep Learning
A15 Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs)
A16 Nature Inspired Computing and Optimization
A17 Signal Processing
A18 Pattern Recognition
A19 Biometrics Recognition
A20 Speech Recognition
A21 Image Processing
A22 Information Security
A23 Virtual Reality and Human-Computer Interaction
A24 Business Intelligence and Multimedia Technology
A25 Human-AI Collaboration


B1 Rough Sets
B2 Fuzzy Theory and Algorithms
B3 Supervised Learning
B4 Unsupervised Learning
B5 Reinforcement Learning
B6 Federated Learning
B7 Kernel Methods and Supporting Vector Machines
B8 Machine Learning
B9 Data mining
B10 Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
B11 Natural Language Processing and Computational Linguistics
B12 Knowledge Representation and Reasoning
B14 Artificial Life
B15 Robotics
B16 Computer Vision
B17 Finance/Banking
B18 Communication Networks
B19 Intelligent Control and Automation
B20 Intelligent Data Fusion
B21 Intelligent Data Analysis & Prediction
B22 Intelligent Agent and Web Applications
B23 Expert Systems
B24 Natural Language Generation and Understanding
B25 Intelligent Document Processing


C1 Gene Expression Array Analysis
C2 Gene Regulation Modeling and Analysis
C3 Protein-Protein Interaction Prediction
C4 Protein Structure and Function Prediction
C5 Next-Gen Sequencing and Metagenomics
C6 Structure Prediction and Folding
C7 Analysis and Visualization of Large Biological Data Sets
C8 Biomarker Discovery and Detection
C9 Molecular Evolution and Phylogenetics
C10 Modeling, Simulation, and Optimization of Biological Systems
C11 Biomedical Data Modeling and Mining
C12 Molecular Computing
C13 DNA Computing
C14 System Biology in AI
C15 Synthetic Biology in AI
C16 Neuroinformatics
C17 Cheminformatics
C18 Computational Biology
C19 Drug Design in AI
C20 Computational Genomics
C21 Computational Proteomics
C22 Healthcare Informatics Theory and Methods
C23 Biomedical Informatics Theory and Methods
C24 Personalized Healthcare
C25 Medical Image Analysis


D1 Big Data Analytics
D2 Blockchain Technology
D3 Industrial Automation
D4 Autonomous Systems
D5 Machine Learning for Cybersecurity
D6 Digital Twins
D7 Augmented Reality
D8 Virtual Reality
D9 Automatic Driving
D10 Intelligent Tutoring Systems
D11 Recommendation Systems
D12 Explainable Recommender Systems
D13 Computational Creativity
D14 Intelligent Image/Document Retrievals
D15 Sentiment Analysis
D16 Social Media Analysis
D17 Intelligent Fault Diagnosis
D18 Intelligent Transportation Systems
D19 Autonomous Vehicles
D20 Smart Cities
D21 Cognitive Computing AI for Social Good
D22 AI Ethics and Governance
D23 Intelligent Energy Management
D24 Intelligent Agriculture
D25 AI for Cybersecurity

All accepted conference papers will be published by Springer Verlag, including Lecture Notes in Computer Sciences (LNCS)/Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI)/Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics (LNBI)/Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS). All the papers published in these four volumes of Lecture Notes or CCIS will be indexed in EI Compendex,  SCOPUS, and DBLP etc.. And a small number of selected high-quality papers will be extended for possible inclusion in several main-stream international journals. Fees, if any, for such Journal publications, will have to be borne by the authors.

   Manuscripts should be written in English with a single column  single-column, single-space format. Each newly submitted paper should be not shorter than 10 pages including figures and references. The reason is that the shorter papers can not give more technical details so that the reviewers have no way to make the reasonable decision on the paper quality. But as soon as the paper is accepted, considering the proceeding page limitation, we have to have a limitation to the final length. However, this minimum length for the page limitation MUST be longer than or AT LEAST equal to 10 pages. The format for submitted papers should refer to the ELECTRONIC FORMAT REQUIREMENTS of the Springer-Verlag. Considering that our editing team will need to edit all the papers into the proceedings for publisher, and none of our editing team is familiar with LaTex software. So we are strongly suggesting you typeset your paper in Springer LNCS WORD format when you are submitting your papers. In doing so, it will save your time in typesetting your camera-ready paper for registration process. Authors should submit their papers to the ICAI 2024 by the On-Line Electronic Submitting System .


The ICAI 2024 Program Committee is inviting proposals for Special Sessions (possibly Workshops). All planned papers for Special Sessions (possibly Workshops) will undergo the same review process as the ones in Regular Sessions. Proposals should be submitted in ELECTRONIC FORMAT to Special Session Chair.