Sistemi intelligenti is a journal devoted to the study and discussion of natural and artificial systems capable of intelligent behavior. Hosting the contributions of psychologists, linguists, philosophers, computer scientists, biologists, neuroscientists, physicists, researchers in education, and social scientists, it aims to foster communication and mutual understanding across different disciplines. The journal focuses on preconditions and consequences of developing new intelligent technologies, looking at both cognitive and social factors. It also addresses issues concerning the practical applications of intelligent systems, as well as the economic, social and cultural impact of these new technologies. Two main types of contributions are published: full articles, providing information, analysis and discussion of issues related to intelligent systems, and brief comments, aimed at discussing contributions already appeared in the journal.


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