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If your research focuses on particular questions of cognition, architecture, methodology or theory, we consider it basic AI research. If it focuses on the application of AI technologies for various purposes other than AI development, we consider it applied AI. We welcome any papers describing or using new theories and methodologies, separately or in relation to other topics, as well as application of AI for any purpose in industry, government, or society. Each one can have a theoretical or practical focus.

AI Perspectives & Advances publishes the following article types:

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  • Describes progress on research questions
  • Includes quantitative and qualitative results
  • Based on particular methodologies and theories
  • Describes theoretical progress
  • Answers scientific questions about cognition/ intelligence
  • Quantitative or qualitative laboratory-oriented results
  • Progress in applying AI technologies in practical settings
  • Answers practical questions about implementation and/or deployment
  • Quantitative real-world originated results (mockups or actual deployment)


  • Describes an architecture or methodology
  • Uses concrete examples
  • Rests on arguments that the architecture/ methodology can speed up or improve AI progress
  • Compares alternatives
  • Answers scientific and methodological questions about cognition and intelligence
  • Describes theoretical considerations regarding architecture and/or methodology
  • Explains how it will affect/ improve AI R&D
  • Describes the use of a particular approach to system/software architecture and/or methodology
  • May involve integration of technologies, data sources, functions, and/or methods
  • Explains how it will affect/ improve AI development and/or deployment


  • Makes a (main) claim about an important topic
  • Topic may be obscure, controversial, or convoluted
  • Includes peer commentary (invited by JAIPA Editor)
  • Makes a (single/main) theoretical claim
  • Rests on hypotheses, argumentation and reasoning
  • Explains why it matters and/or what it implies
  • Makes a (singe/main) claim about practical, ethical or legal considerations of applying AI approaches to practical problems
  • Presents experimental results as evidence


  • Surveys and summarizes existing research on important topics:
    • Systematic syntheses, and/or
    • Evaluations of progress, and/or
    • Critical assessments with respect to selected issues
  • Questions or topics addressed/surveyed are of a theoretical nature
  • Discusses historical and/or philosophical context
  • Relates issues to scientific (empirical) questions/ concerns
  • Derives implications for AI application and/or R&D
  • Questions or topics addressed/surveyed are of practical considerations
  • Reviews collections of applied projects/applications
  • Derives implications for AI application and/or R&D

Manuscripts should conform to the following reporting guidelines:

  • Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses: PRISMA
  • Randomized Clinical Trials: CONSORT
  • Observational studies: STROBE
  • Studies of diagnostic accuracy: STARD
  • Animal pre-clinical studies: ARRIVE
  • Other types of health-related research: Consult the EQUATOR web site for appropriate reporting guidelines.

Annual Journal Metrics - 2021

  • 2023 Speed
    41 days submission to first editorial decision for all manuscripts (Median)
    141 days submission to accept (Median)

    2023 Usage 
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