AI Communications is a journal on Artificial Intelligence (AI) which has a close relationship to EurAI (European Association for Artificial Intelligence, formerly ECCAI). It covers the whole AI community: scientific institutions as well as commercial and industrial companies. AI Communications aims to enhance contacts and information exchange between AI researchers and developers, and to provide supranational information to those concerned with AI and advanced information processing.
AI Communications publishes refereed articles concerning scientific and technical AI procedures, provided they are of sufficient interest to a large readership of both scientific and practical background. In addition it contains high-level background material, both at the technical level as well as the level of opinions, policies and news. The Editorial and Advisory Board is appointed by the Editor-in-Chief.
The journal publishes the following categories of papers:
- Technical papers
- Survey papers
- Tutorial papers
The journal aims to publish important research results in all areas of Artificial Intelligence.
- Published articles should be both original and significant in their contributions. All claims must be clearly stated and supported by experimental or theoretical evidence.
- The practical importance of theoretical results should be discussed, and backed up by implementation where possible. Similarly, papers describing systems should discuss the theoretical principles being demonstrated.
- Sufficient experimental details should be given so that any experimental result is reproducible.
- Papers should demonstrate that the research advances the current state of knowledge, and why this is important. They should report what was learnt, as well as what was done.
- Authors must acknowledge all existing work.
- Authors should be concise.
- Submissions must be original. Work cannot be previously published, pending publication or under review for any another journal or conference. The journal will, however, consider publishing extended versions of work that has appeared in a conference or workshop proceedings.
Peer Review Policy
Published articles in AI Communications have all been subject to rigorous peer review, based on an initial editorial screening and anonymous refereeing by a minimum of two referees.