Journal Information
Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems
Call For Papers

The journal Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems (AIAS) is a new platform for rigorous and fast publications of the latest research findings and industrial applications in the contemporary fields of AI and autonomous systems. AIAS welcomes research articles on the theoretical, computational, cognitive, and empirical aspects of AI, autonomous systems, and their implementations.

The scope and topics of AIAS include but are not limited to:

    Theoretical foundations of AI
    Theoretical foundations of AS
    Autonomous AI
    Brain-inspired systems
    Autonomous medical devices and systems
    Autonomous vehicles
    Autonomous human-machine systems
    Autonomous function and behavior generation
    Interactive intelligent systems
    Autonomous decision making
    Autonomous machine learning theory
    Computer vision
    Autonomous robotics and control
    Language and semantic processing
    Data science
    AI control theory and optimization
    Networked and distributed systems
    AI-based computer security
    High-performance computing driven by AI
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2023-12-02
Special Issues
Special Issue on Planning, Control, and Learning in Mobile Robots
Submission Date: 2024-06-30

This special issue aims to showcase the latest advances and challenges in mobile robotics, with a focus on the interplay between planning, control, and learning methods. The issue will cover navigation, localization, mapping, perception, manipulation, coordination, human-robot interaction, reinforcement learning, imitation learning, autonomous systems, embodied AI for robotics, etc. The special issue will also feature case studies and applications of mobile robots in various domains such as agriculture, industry, healthcare, education, and entertainment. The special issue welcomes original research papers, review articles, and surveys that demonstrate the state-of-the-art and future directions of robotics research. Topics of interest for this special issue include, but are not limited to: • Planning, control, and learning methods for robotics • Perception, localization, and mapping technologies • Navigation and Multi-sensor Fusion • Machine Vision and 3D Reconstruction • Rigid-body Dynamics and Robotic Calibration • Embedded Electronics and Programming • Applications of robots in agriculture, industry, healthcare, entertainment, etc. • Human-robot interaction design and evaluation for robots • Embodied AI for mobile manipulation • Reinforcement/imitation/transfer learning for mobile robots • Multimodal learning for mobile robots • Autonomous robotic system
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2023-12-02