International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence is a non-profit corporation founded in California, in 1969 for scientific and educational purposes, including dissemination of information on Artificial Intelligence at conferences in which cutting-edge scientific results are presented and through dissemination of materials presented at these meetings in form of Proceedings, books, video recordings, and other educational materials. IJCAI conferences present premier international gatherings of AI researchers and practitioners. IJCAI conferences were held biennially in odd-numbered years since 1969. They are sponsored jointly by International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence Organization (IJCAI), and the national AI societie(s) of the host nation(s).
Starting with 2016, IJCAI conferences are held annually. IJCAI-24 in Jeju, South Korea, IJCAI-25 Montreal, Canada and IJCAI-ECAI-26 in Bremen, Germany.
For more information on the IJCAI conference rotational pattern and bidding requirements, please contact IJCAI's Executive Director and Secretary. The next call for bids will be open for the 2027 and 2028 conferences will be issued in late 2023. The call for IJCAI-2027 will be open to AI scientific societies from anywhere in the world. IJCAI shall not consider bid inquiries or submissions from congress centers, professional conference organizers or governmental organizations.
IJCAI also acts as the official host for the editorial operations of the Artificial Intelligence journal, through its Artificial Intelligence Journal Division.
The Organization is governed by the Board of Trustees, with IJCAI Secretariat in charge of its operations. The IJCAI Secretariat is kindly supported by the ZIF.
The IJCAI Anti-Discrimination Policy can be found here.
The IJCAI Code of ethics can be found here.
The IJCAI Reviewers Code of conduct can be found here.
The IJCAI Author's Code of conduct can be found here.
The IJCAI Reproducibility guidelines can be found here.
The IJCAI Conflict of Interest Policy can be found here.