Welcome to the AI Journal / IJCAI Registration Site
Artificial Intelligence began publication in 1970. The journal is the oldest and most prominent international forum for the publication of results of current research in the field of artificial intelligence. Since 2004 the International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI) has acted as the official host for the editorial operations of the journal, through its Artificial Intelligence Journal Division.
To maximise the readership of the AI Journal, through an arrangement with Elsevier, Associates of IJCAI may obtain personal electronic access to the online contents of this international publication. This arrangement is intended for members of the international scientific AI community who do not otherwise have access to the AI Journal. It is financed through the Editorial Board funds of the journal.
To become an Associate of IJCAI at no cost, sign up below. A nontransferable link will be provided to you via e-mail once you have successfully registered on this site. This customized link will enable you to activate your personal e-subscription to the journal Artificial Intelligence at Elsevier's Science Direct web site. This signup web site is kindly sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI).
Note that having IJCAI membership (those who attended the most recent IJCAI are members of IJCAI until the next conference) is separate from IJCAI Associate status. The only way to obtain access to the AI Journal is to register on this web site as an Associate of IJCAI.
Terms and Conditions
From time to time reregistration as an Associate member of IJCAI may be required. At such times, an e-mail will be sent to all registered Associates of IJCAI. If you change your e-mail address, you may not receive such a notificiation, but you will be allowed to register with a new e-mail address.
If you do not receive the registration e-mail from our server, please send e-mail to
ai-international11 [at sign] aaai.org.
Please note that questions regarding access should be directed to Elsevier.