AAAI publishes nearly one hundred proceedings, technical reports, edited collections, and magazine issues each year, in hardcopy, CD, and electronic form. The AAAI divisions responsible for the bulk of these publications are AI Magazine and AAAI Press.
An official publication of AAAI, AI Magazine is published quarterly. The purpose of AI Magazine is to disseminate timely and informative expository articles that represent the current state of the art in AI and to keep its readers posted on AAAI-related matters. The articles are selected to appeal to readers engaged in research and applications across the broad spectrum of AI.
Although some level of technical understanding is assumed by the authors, articles should be clear enough to inform readers who work outside the particular subject area.
Conference & Symposium Proceedings
The AAAI Library contains a number of high-quality proceedings in the field of artificial intelligence.
AAAI’s Spring and Fall Symposium Series affords participants a smaller, more intimate setting where they can share ideas and learn from each other’s research. Topics for the symposia change each year, and the limited seating capacity and relaxed atmosphere allow for workshoplike interaction.
The EAAI symposia provide a venue for researchers and educators to discuss pedagogical issues and share resources related to teaching AI and using AI in education across a variety of curricular levels (K-12 through postgraduate training), with a natural emphasis on undergraduate and graduate teaching and learning.
For many years, AAAI and The MIT Press ran AAAI Press, a publishing imprint founded to serve the information needs of the international AI community. AAAI Press offered technical reports from our workshop and symposia series, and selected proceedings from other AI-related conferences.
If the AAAI publication you would like is not listed, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact AAAI.
Open RAIL License
Open Responsible AI Licenses (Open RAIL) are licenses designed to permit free and open access, re-use, and downstream distribution of derivatives of AI artifacts as long as the behavioral-use restrictions always apply (including to derivative works). Through the use of an AI Pubs RAIL License from the RAIL Initiative, authors can elect to release their code and trained models under terms that permit free and open access but are subject to usage restrictions.
Reproducing Copyrighted Materials
Materials published by AAAI Press, AAAI, and AI Magazine are subject to copyright both individually and as compilations.
Submit an Erratum or Errata
How to submit an erratum or errata to a previously published paper in the AAAI digital Library. The current version was updated in November 2022.