Make Machines Cognitive
Volume 9, Numbers 1-4, 2011 (Volume in press)
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The discipline of intelligent systems has evolved towards its critical goal of embedding non-computable human sensations, perceptions and creativity into machines in 21st century. This critical goal can only be achieved with the help of a new engineering paradigm called machinself(from machine itself). Before building a machinself we need to build cognition systems into machines; namely, to invent a computational cognition. This is a multidisciplinary challenge.
The primary objective of The International Journal of Computational Cognition is to provide a forum for an interdisciplinary audience, a forum accessible and affordable to scientists, educators, students and engineers. It encourages readers to contribute their thoughts and experiences. With its peer-reviewed format and its traditional paper and e-paper forms, it services the scientific and engineering community as an easy and simple platform for developing the understandings and applications of advanced studies of creative and intelligent systems.
- The International Journal of Computational Cognition is published once every three months. It consists of tutorials and reviews, papers and letters to the editor. Tutorials and reviews are well-written, incisive, authoritative and with long-lasting value to future researchers. Papers are original contributions. Letters to the Editor are for the timely announcement of significant new results and discoveries.
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