Special Session on Emerging Trends in Cognitive Computing and Deep Learning (ETCDL)

Session Chairs

Theme of Session

Cognitive computing is an important field of research combining cognitive sciences and computer sciences. This field of cognitive computing paves way for advances in the field of artificial intelligence. From self-learning systems using machine learning strategies, cognitive computing focuses on the generating computing models similar to the way a human brain works. Seen as the most promising paradigm of computing, this technology will facilitate the creation of automated IT models which will be capable of problem solving with minimum human support. From effective data analysis to better customer satisfaction, cognitive computing could play a dominant role in defining the way business operate. Similarly, Deep Learning with roots in multi-layer artificial neural networks focuses on machine learning techniques which can be applied for a wide range of applications like automatic speech recognition, image recognition, drug discovery, visual art processing, recommender systems, medical image processing, bioinformatics, image restoration, financial fraud detection etc.

The focal aim of this special session on “Emerging Trends in Cognitive Computing and Deep Learning (ETCDL)” is to provide a global forum where investigators and practitioners in the fields of Cognitive Sciences, Speech Recognition, Sentiment Analysis, Face Detection, Fraud Detection, Recommendation systems, Image Analysis, Bio-Informatics, Customer Relationship Management and Natural Language Processing can present their research outcomes. This session’s intent is to discuss the state-of-the-art research findings aligned with the Cognitive Computing and Deep Learning theme with researchers exchanging their ideas and disseminating their results and vision.

Editorial Board

Scope and Interests

We invite original(unpublished) research contributions based on theme mentioned above including following topics but not limited to:


All accepted and registered papers will be published in Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing (AISC) Series, Springer. Indexing: The books of this series are submitted to ISI Proceedings, EI-Compendex, DBLP, SCOPUS, Google Scholar and SpringerLink.

Important Dates

Submission of full papers: November 10, 2019

Notification of papers: November 15, 2019


Please submit your paper (in Word (.docx) format) to the Email


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