International Transactions on Artificial Intelligence (ITALIC) is dedicated to rapidly disseminating actual research results on Artificial Intelligence (AI). This journal contributes to publishing papers related to applying AI in interdisciplinary fields, both experimental and theoretical research. The scope of this journal offers a broad spectrum of topics in tackling the complex methodologies intrinsically related to Artificial Intelligence. The premise is that the principles involve the modeling and representation of relevant aspects of knowledge before implementation or during execution and the required application of AI techniques and concepts.

In addition to original research articles, International Transactions on Artificial Intelligence (ITALIC) publishes reviews, mini-reviews, case reports, letters to the editor, and commentaries, thereby providing a platform for reports and discussions on cutting edge perspectives in the domain of Artificial Intelligence. All submitted papers will undergo the strict double-blind peer-reviewing process. Once accepted, manuscripts are approved for free online open-access instantly upon publication, allowing users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts, thus providing access to a broad readership.

Our mission

ITALIC helps researchers and professionals advance science and improve outcomes for the benefit of society in Artificial Intelligence fields.

We do this by facilitating insights and critical decision-making for customers across the global research and artificial intelligence ecosystems.