Machine Intelligence Research (original title: International Journal of Automation and Computing) is published by Springer and sponsored by the Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences. The journal publishes high-quality papers on original theoretical and experimental research, targets special issues on emerging topics, and strives to bridge the gap between theoretical research and practical applications.
 
With its extensive scope, Machine Intelligence Research addresses such topics as
● AI Fundamentals
● Brain-Inspired Intelligence
● Pattern Recognition & Machine Learning
● Machine Vision
● Speech and Language Processing
● Robotics
● Knowledge Discovery & Data Mining
● Applications of Machine Intelligence

We welcome reviews, research articles, perspectives and correspondences concerning the above topics.

  • High-quality articles with a strong focus on new trends
  • Quality peer-review service
  • Rapid online publication
  • Free language editing
  • Wide exposure to a large global audience

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Editors-in-Chief
  • Tieniu Tan
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Hybrid (Transformative Journal). How to publish with us, including Open Access

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Electronic ISSN
2731-5398
Print ISSN
2731-538X
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