Artificial Intelligence

Resources to advance the next big discoveries in AI

Intelligent systems such as robots, cyber-physical and embedded systems will be driving the technological and societal change in the coming decades. These systems are using computational intelligence and data science technologies that build connections with humans.

Emerging networks and innovations such as the Internet of Things, Smart Cities and Homes, Intelligent Transportation, Humanoids, Smart Farming, Industry 4.0, Medical Robotics can be the key components in greater sustainable development, as envisioned by the United Nations.

In 2019 Springer Nature has published its first machine-generated book and added the Intelligent Technologies & Robotics eBook Collection and newly launched journal Nature Machine Intelligence to an already well established list of research in these important areas.

New in 2019: Intelligent Technologies & Robotics eBook Collection

Featuring 375+ titles in 2019, the Intelligent Technologies and Robotics eBook Collection offers established knowledge as well as cutting-edge research in a variety of publication formats.

Interdisciplinary in nature, it reflects the permanent convergences and spin-offs in these highly dynamic science and engineering areas. Handbooks and textbooks are the ideal information sources for those who seek a solid overview on the state of the art, whilst monographs and proceedings convey the latest research, from labs and conferences, to diverse research communities.

Key topics in the Collection

  • Automation
  • Computational Intelligence
  • Control
  • Embedded Systems
  • Information Sciences
  • Intelligent and Autonomous
  • Systems
  • Mechatronics
  • Robotics
  • Smart Technologies
More about the collection

More about the collection

including top cited titles

Life & Robotics

Life & Robotics

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Our first machine-generated book

Part of the Chemistry & Materials Science subject collection:


Journals publishing Intelligent Technologies, Robotics & AI research

New Nature Research journal in 2019

Exciting new applications are emerging for intelligent machines and software, with the availability of large data sets, substantial computing power and breakthroughs in algorithms. Nature Machine Intelligence publishes research that underpins artificial intelligence and robotics, exploring how these advances will lead to the next phase of the digital age.

Latest research includes:

“The re-emergence of artificial intelligence as a strong research theme has led to renewed interactions between different disciplines firstly to apply artificial intelligence and robotic technologies in a range of fields, including medical diagnosis and scientific discovery, and secondly to study the impact of these new technologies in science and society. Nature Machine Intelligence will facilitate such cross-disciplinary collaborations.”

Liesbeth Venema, PhD – Chief Editor, Machine Intelligence


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