[visionlist] Transdisciplinary Artificial Intelligence (TransAI) 2020 conference
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*Transdisciplinary Artificial Intelligence (TransAI) 2020 conference*
The paper submission deadline is extended to July 24, 2020.
The conference will be held in California (September 21-23) with a hybrid
mode. You may join the conference in person or online.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is concerned with computing technologies that
allow machines to see, hear, talk, think, learn, and solve problems even
above the level of human beings. On the one hand it allows data to be
analyzed by real-time models that enable unprecedented levels of accuracy
and efficiency. On the other hand it enables domain specific problem
solving and knowledge discovery that cannot be easily done by humans.
Transdisciplinary AI 2020 (TransAI 2020), technically sponsored by the IEEE
Computer Society, is an international forum focusing on the interactions
between artificial intelligence (AI) and other research disciplines. It
consists of themes that each addresses the applications of AI to a specific
research discipline as well as how domain specific applications may advance
the research on AI.
The TransAI themes academic research including, but are not limited to, the
* Artificial Intelligence
* Human-Robot Interaction
* Multi Agent Systems
* Intelligent Transportation System
* Autonomous Driving
* Automatic Speech Recognition
* Speech Synthesis
* Computer Vision
* knowledge Representation
* Machine Learning
* Statistical Learning
* Deep Learning
* Reinforcement Learning
* AI and education
* AI and humanities
* AI and medicine
* AI and agriculture
* AI and sciences
* AI and engineering
* AI and law
* AI and business
The conference proceedings will be submitted to the IEEE Xplore® and/or
IEEE Computer Society Press digital library. Distinguished quality papers
presented at the conference will be selected for the best paper/poster
awards and for publication in internationally renowned journals (SCI, EI,
and/or Scopus indexed).
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