Geoinformatica welcomes submissions to our new special issue on “Geospatial artificial intelligence”.
Geospatial artificial intelligence (GeoAI) provides novel approaches for addressing a variety of problems in both our natural environment and human society. Novel artificial intelligence (AI) techniques are transforming a range of fields from computer vision and natural language processing to autonomous driving. With the advancements of software and hardware technologies, deep learning algorithms, scalable computation platforms, and availability of high-resolution geospatial data are enabling the fast-growing field of GeoAI. This special issue (SI) aims to bring together the latest research on this topic. Particularly, this SI encourages the development and sharing of open GeoAI tools that can be reused for GIScience & GeoInformatics research and education. Potential topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- AI for object recognition and information extraction from geospatial images, such as remote sensing images, street view images, scanned paper maps, and others
- AI for geographic information retrieval and geo-text analysis
- AI for spatial optimization
- AI for spatio-temporal data fusion/assimilation
- AI for smart transportation, autonomous vehicles and high-definition maps
- AI for location business intelligence
- AI for cartography
- Novel applications of AI in disaster response, public health, digital humanities, recommendation systems, infrastructure development, and other areas
- AI for generating new geospatial datasets (e.g., gazetteers, building footprints, and others) and improving data quality
- Geospatial knowledge graph construction and novel applications
Deadline for submissions
- Special issue open: May 1, 2021
- Submission deadline: November 30, 2021
- Initial review Feedback: rolling basis
- Revision Due: January 1, 2022
- Final review decision: March 1, 2022
Note that submissions will be published online once typeset if are accepted.
Song Gao, University of Wisconsin Madison, USA Yingjie Hu, University at Buffalo, USA Wenwen Li, Arizona State University, USA Jochen Albrecht, Hunter College, USA Eun-Hye Yoo, University at Buffalo, USA Lynn Usery, U.S. Geological Survey, USA Wei Luo, Harvard University, USA Lei Zou, Texas A&M University, USA Xiaofeng Meng, Renmin University of China, China Fusheng Wang, Stony Brook University, USA
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