Open-Access-Artificial-Intelligence-Journals| OMICS International |Advances In Robotics And Automation

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is the human-like intelligence exhibited by machines or software. It is also an academic field of study. Major AI researchers and textbooks define the field as ""the study and design of intelligent agents"" where an intelligent agent is a system that perceives its environment and takes actions that maximize its chances of success. The scientific program will highly focus on the current advances in Intelligent Control, Neuro-Control, Fuzzy Control and their Applications in the arena. Individuals are invited to share their expertise in Computation and Information Theory Programming Paradigms on Artificial Intelligence, Data Mining and Modeling, Healthcare Technologies in Artificial Intelligence, Multimedia Intelligence and Learning education, training, multimedia, and artificial intelligence. Advances in Robotics & Automation which has been OMICS Group Journal Publishes Original Research, Case Studies’, Short Communication, Rapid Review, Review articles etc., It really is journal policy to write work looked at as by expert reviewers as a coherent and also sound improvement to controlled knowledge and to put less focus on interest quantities, provided that the research produces a useful contribution towards field. At the same time, we also note a mushroom growth of open access journals in different scientific fields. ARA must have some unique features to distinguish itself from others. On the one hand, we should make more advantages of OMICS Group special features such as companion multi-media, social networking and so forth. When celebrating the foundation of Advances in Robotics and Automation, we are also thinking over how to get rapidly increasing reputation for this new journal. The most frequently used measure of international reputation may be the journal impact factor (IF) or basically the citation frequency. However being suspicious of a new journal, authors would like to present their research to other journals of well established reputation.
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Last date updated on June, 2021