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The 2021 International Conference on Cyber-physical Social Intelligence (CSI) will be a hybrid conference held in Beijing, China, on December 18-20, 2021. The conference provides an international forum for researchers and practitioners to share innovative technical and scientific developments, findings, and visions in all aspects of machine intelligence, human intelligence, and cyber-physical-social intelligence rendered by various interactions in cyberspace, physical space, and social space. Advances in those fields are of significant importance towards inclusive, sustainable, and resilient future for people and planet. 2021 ICCSI will feature plenary speeches, special sessions, workshops, interactive sessions and poster sessions related to the topics of the conference, including but not limited to CSI theory, technologies, engineering, applications, education, ethics, and visions.

Announcements

 
  • IEEE Transactions on Computational Social Systems (TCSS) will publish a special issue for selected ICCSI'21 papers

Selective conference papers will be recommended to the special issue on "Behavioral Modelling, Learning and Adaptation in Cyber-physical Social Intelligence" for TCSS.

  • COVID-19 Pandemic Update

The organizing committee is carefully monitoring the current world situation regarding COVID-19. ICCSI 2021 is currently planned to be hybrid, where a face-to-face conference will be held in Beijing, China on December 18-20, 2021, with online participation for those who cannot travel to Beijing.

  • Special Session Update

ICCSI 2021 has currently received 21 special session proposals, with more to come. Check here for more information.

Important Dates

June 13th, 2021 Special session proposals due
June 13th, 2021 Tutorial and workshop proposals due
August 15th, 2021 Full paper submission due
August 15th, 2021 Presentation only paper submission due
September 30th, 2021 Notification of acceptance
October 31st, 2021 Final paper due


 

Contact Email

iccsi2021@agist.org

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