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Computer Science - Artificial Intelligence | Aims and Scope: Minds and Machines

Aims and Scope: Minds and Machines

Minds and Machines affords an international forum for the discussion and debate of important and controversial issues concerning significant developments within its areas of editorial focus. Well-reasoned contributions from diverse theoretical perspectives are welcome and every effort will be made to ensure their prompt publication. Among the features that make this journal distinctive within the field are these:

Strong stands on controversial issues are especially encouraged
Important articles exceeding normal journal length may appear
Special issues devoted to specific topics are a regular feature
Critical responses to previously published pieces are invited
Review essays discussing current problem situations will appear

This journal is intended to foster a tradition of criticism within the AI and philosophical communities on problems and issues of common concern. Its scope explicitly encompasses philosophical aspects of computer science. All submissions will be subject to review.

Editorial Focus:

Machines and Mentality - Knowledge and Its Representation - Epistemic Aspects of Computer Programming - Connectionist Conceptions - Artificial Intelligence and Epistemology - Computer Methodology - Computational Approaches to Philosophical Issues - Philosophy of Computer Science - Simulation and Modelling - Ethical Aspects of Artificial Intelligence.