3rd International Conference on Applied Artificial Intelligence and Computing
ICAAIC 2024 ❖ 5-7, June 2024 ❖ Salem, India


Abstract Publication: After the conference, all abstracts/proposals will be published in ICAAIC 2024 Book of Abstracts (BoA) handbook and conference proceedings.

ICAAIC 2024 Conference Proceedings: Papers accepted and presented at the conference will be recommended for inclusion in IEEE Xplore, subject to the acceptance of the review committee, immediately after their presentation at the conference. ICAAIC 2024 conference proceedings will be published with a unique International Standard Book Number (ISBN) code.

IEEE DVD ISBN: 979-8-3503-7518-3
Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statements:

ICAAIC is committed to ensure high standards of publishing. Therefore, authors should pay great attention to meet the ethical standards. The value of academic publishing depends on every person involved behaving ethically.

Authors’ Responsibilities:
  • Authors who want to submit their manuscripts to ICAAIC 2023 must ensure that they pay attention to a variety of responsibilities including: data access and retention, originality and plagiarism, multiple, redundant or concurrent publication, acknowledgement of sources, authorship of the paper, disclosure and conflicts of interest, fundamental errors in published works.
  • Authors must confirm that their manuscripts have not been formerly submitted or published in other journals. Submitting the same manuscript to more than one journal simultaneously is an unethical behaviour and it is unacceptable. If found, the paper will be rejected at any stage of publication.
  • Authors must ensure the originality of the manuscripts and all others’ works have to be properly cited by following a standard reference format (APA/Chicago preferably). All authors must ensure that they have cited published works that have been used in determining the nature of the submitted work.
  • Authors should present their results clearly, honestly, and without fabrication, falsification or inappropriate data manipulation
  • Authors should take collective responsibility for submitted and published work. The corresponding author should ensure that all co-authors have approved the final version of the paper and have agreed to its submission for publication.
  • Authors must ensure that they have disclosed any financial or other substantive conflict of interest in their submitted manuscript that might be construed to affect the results of their manuscript.
  • Authors must ensure that they have not replicated any other published works or used fragmented research models deliberately without permission, credit, or acknowledgment.