Call for Nominations: IEEE Intelligent Systems Magazine’s “AI’s 10 to Watch”
 

LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 03 June 2020 – The IEEE Computer Society’s IEEE Intelligent Systems magazine seeks nominations for its 2020 “AI’s 10 to Watch” award, which honors up-and-coming artificial intelligence (AI) leaders and innovators. Winners will appear in a special section of the magazine.

Nomination Deadline: July 10, 2020

Nominees should have received their PhDs in 2014 or later and have already made significant contributions to one or more areas of AI. Nominations from all areas of AI are welcome.

A selection committee, chaired by a member of the IEEE Intelligent Systems editorial board, consists of prominent researchers from various subfields of AI and geographic regions of the world. Final selections will be based on reputation, impact, expert endorsement, and diversity.

For a list of past winners and examples of up-and-coming researchers, please see the 2018 winners here.

Send the following materials to ieee@ten-to-watch-in-ai.com:

  • CV, including publication list
  • Two reference letters
  • Statement summarizing the candidate’s achievements in AI (maximum 200 words)

One of the first technical magazines that emerged to cover the then-new field of AI, IEEE Intelligent Systems is a bimonthly IEEE Computer Society publication that provides peer-reviewed, cutting-edge articles on the theory and applications of systems that perceive, reason, learn, and act intelligently.

 

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