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Nature’s Machine Intelligence Journal to Launch in Jan 2019

Nature will publish the first issue of Machine Intelligence in January 2019. The new journal will cover the “best research from across the field of artificial intelligence,” ranging from machine learning, robotics and human-machine interactions to ethical, legal and societal dimensions of AI.

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Nature will publish the first issue of Machine Intelligence in January 2019. The new journal will cover the “best research from across the field of artificial intelligence,” ranging from machine learning, robotics and human-machine interactions to ethical, legal and societal dimensions of AI.

Machine Intelligence will be an online-only publication, enabling readers to access content weeks before it appears in print. The journal will amalgamate fundamental and applied research papers, reviews, commentaries, and relevant news, adhering to Nature’s editorial style. The editorial department will function independently of other Nature journals, allowing authors to either start a fresh submission or re-submit rejected manuscripts.

Unlike other Nature publications, Machine Intelligence will have no external editors. Nature announced that Liesbeth Venema, who has a PhD in applied physics from Delft University of Technology in Netherlands and 17 years of experience with Nature, will serve as Machine Intelligence’s Chief Editor.

Guide2Research has compiled a list of top journals in the cross-disciplinary field of machine intelligence, ranked according to their JCR impact factor, SJR, and Scopus H-index. Interested readers can check here for more information: http://www.guide2research.com/journals/


Journalist: Meghan Han | Editor: Michael Sarazen

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