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The 35th Australasian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AJCAI) will be held on 5-8 December 2022 in hybrid mode in Perth. AJCAI is the flagship conference for the Australasian AI community. It is also an annual event to advance communication between academic researchers and industry AI practitioners.
We encourage cutting-edge work contributing to the theory and practice of AI. Novel application domains including cybersecurity, healthcare, IoT, robotics, social media and big data real-world applications are highly welcome. The conference topics are, but not limited to, the following.
- Agent-based, multiagent systems and game theory
- Optimisation, constraint satisfaction, and search
- Evolutionary computation and learning
- Fuzzy and uncertainty of AI systems
- Knowledge acquisition, ontologies, and representation
- Planning, scheduling, combinatorial optimisation, and reinforcement learning
- Cognitive modelling and computer-human interaction
- Reasoning for AI systems and deep learning
- Machine learning and deep learning related emerging topics
- Multidisciplinary AI, and other emerging AI-related topics
- AI applications and innovation, e.g., healthcare, education, entertainment, smart city, IoT, and blockchain
- Computer vision and image processing
- Natural language processing, text mining, and information retrieval
- Data mining and knowledge discovery, web/social media mining, graph neural networks, and recommendation system
- Robotics, human-robot Interaction, social robotics
- Data-driven AI: big data, representation, analytics, and visualisation
- AI infrastructure: cloud, networking, data warehouse, IoT, AutoML, and hardware
- Ethical, legal, explainable, trustable, and accountable AI
- Software engineering for AI, and AI project management
- Privacy-preserving AI and federated learning
Submissions are to made via Easy Chair. All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. Submitted papers should not exceed 14 pages and should not be under review or submitted for publication elsewhere during the review period. Reviewing for AJCAI2022 is double blind. The first page, on which the paper body begins, should include the title and abstract, but not names or affiliations of the authors. Acknowledgments of funding or assistance should also be omitted. When referring to one’s own work, use the third person, rather than the first person. All papers will be peer-reviewed by at least two independent referees. Papers will not be reviewed if they do not follow the page limit or do not follow the format requirements of the Springer Conference Proceedings.
Please submit using one of the below format options
- The camera-ready version should not exceed 14 pages (including References and Appendix) in LNCS (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) format.
- The camera-ready version must be prepared in accordance with the LNCS format.
- For the template and details on the LNCS style, see Springer’s Author Instructions, click here.
- All authors are encourage to include their ORCIDS.
- Please fill in the copyright form and submit it with the camera-ready paper.
Submission and Publication
- It is possible to embed videos
- There is also the possibility of Open Access papers for individual papers for interested authors
- All authors need to comply with the Springer Code of Conduct
AJCAI2022 proceedings will be published in Springer’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series. The previous conferences’ proceedings were published by Springer (https://link.springer.com/conference/ausai).
To accommodate the publishing traditions of different fields and to allow authors to have the option to publish their work later to an international conference such as IJCAI, authors of accepted papers can ask that only a 1-2 page abstract of the paper appears in the proceedings. Note: abstracts could be included in the back matter but not in the main part of the proceedings.