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Intelligent Systems in the AI Era

ROBOMECH Journal Special Issue

“Intelligent Systems in the AI Era”, aims to present the latest research and insights in the field of intelligent systems, with a focus on computational intelligence issues.

As intelligent systems become increasingly prevalent in a wide range of real-world settings, ranging from virtual reality games to intelligent robots, this special issue consider how to deal with intelligence in these systems under advanced AI technologies. There still exist numerous challenges, particularly related to human factors, human interface, decision-making, and performance evaluation.

This special issue brings together contributions from experts in the field who are working on intelligent systems. This special issue also seeks to offer insights into the future challenges and opportunities in this important area of research. Topics include but are not limited to:

Recommended Topics:

  • Autonomous and Intelligent robots
  • Intelligent systems in healthcare, transportation, and logistics
  • Human factors and decision-making support in intelligent systems
  • Human interface
  • Intelligent sensing
  • Intelligent system control and modelling
  • Fault detection and diagnosis in autonomous and intelligent systems
  • Performance evaluation
  • Optimization
  • Virtual reality games


Prof. Kazuo Kiguchi, Kyushu University, Japan
Prof. Trishantha Nanayakkara, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
Associate Prof. Satoshi Nishikawa, Kyushu University, Japan

Submission Procedure:

Any new submission will be processed with single-blind peer review immediately.

To submit a paper, please go to ROBOMECH Journal's submission.

For submission guideline please check here.

When submitting your paper, please select “Intelligent Systems in the AI Era” under “Thematic Series” to be included in this special call.

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