The 2023 KORIKA International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (2023 Korika-AI)

Artificial Intelligence is driving a new revolution in domains ranging from manufacturing, automotive, healthcare, robotics, entertainment, and many others. New computing platforms are required to support the emerging AI algorithms and applications, from cloud servers to edge devices, from system level to circuit level.

2023 Korika-AI  allows academia to meet industry from the international community to exchange experiences, demonstrate their studies and further advance AI technologies

The theme of the 2023 Korika-AI is

" Innovative Artificial Intelligence to Enhance the Quality of Life"

We look forward to seeing many returning faces and welcoming new attendees at 2023 Korika-AI.



Suggested topics include, but are not limited to, the following:


  • Artificial intelligence concepts & algorithms
  • Explainable AI
  • Trustworthy AI
  • Computational intelligence
  • Semantics and ontologies
  • Machine Learning & Deep learning
  • Probabilistic Reasoning
  • Self supervised learning
  • Pattern recognition
  • Graph machine learning
  • Quantum AI & quantum machine learning


  • Computer vision
  • Speech processing
  • Natural language processing
  • Intelligent signal processing
  • Robotics
  • Smart manufacturing
  • Smart mobility
  • Smart City


  • E- health and M-health
  • Aged care systems and solutions for people with special needs
  • Design, implementation and evaluation of tele-health solutions
  • eHealth tools and services
  • mHealth apps, wearable sensors, and self-monitoring devices


  • AI in cloud
  • AI on edges
  • AI in Security
  • AI & Blockchain
  • Big Data and Data Mining, Data Fusion
  • Smart IoT 
  • AI for Green communication systems and network
  • Spatial and temporal reasoning for IoT
  • Ubiquitous computing, Ambient Intelligence
  • Smart Sensor Networks and Embedded System
  • Identity Management and Object Recognition


  • Virtual Reality
  • Augmented Reality
  • Internet of Things
  • Cloud Computing
  • Big Data
  • Machine to Machine Communication
  • High Performance Computing
  • Human Computer Interaction


  • Smart E-government
  • Smart Agriculture
  • Smart Maritime
  • Smart transportation, autonomous vehicle
  • Disaster management
  • Collaboration Technologies and Systems
  • Smart Embedded Systems
  • Smart Digital Design
  • Art & Computer Graphics
  • Civil and Architectural Engineering



Paper Submission Period
1 September  – 10 November 2022

Review Period
30  October 2022 -  30 November 2022

Acceptance Notification 
01 December  2022

Registration Due
2022 (early bird)
25 October – 15 November (Regular registration)

Camera Ready Submission
7th November 2022

Conference Dates
25 February 2023


 Publication Ethics

  • All submitted papers will undergo a blind review process.
  • The possible decisions from the review include acceptance or rejection.
  • Rejected articles will NOT be re-reviewed.
  • Articles may be rejected without review if they are obviously not suitable for publication.
  • Articles will be rejected if detected for copyright infringement and plagiarism.
  • The reviewers evaluate manuscripts for their intellectual content without regard to race, gender, sexual orientation, religious belief, ethnic origin, citizenship, or political philosophy of the authors.
  • The staff must NOT disclose any information about a submitted manuscript to anyone other than the corresponding author, reviewers, other editorial advisers, and the publisher, as appropriate.
  • Reviews should be conducted objectively. Personal criticism of the author is inappropriate. Referees should express their views clearly with supporting arguments.
  • Manuscripts received for review are treated as confidential documents and are reviewed by anonymous staff.
  • A reviewer should also call to the publisher's attention any substantial similarity or overlap between the manuscript under consideration and any other published paper of which they have personal knowledge.
  • A paper should contain sufficient detail and references to permit others to replicate the work. Fraudulent or knowingly inaccurate statements constitute unethical behavior and are unacceptable.
  • The authors should ensure that they have written entirely original works, and if the authors have used the work and/or words of others that this has been appropriately cited or quoted.
  • Submitting the same manuscript to more than one publication concurrently constitutes unethical publishing behavior and is unacceptable.
  • Authorship should be limited to those who have made a significant contribution to the conception, design, execution, or interpretation of the reported work.
  • All sources of financial support for the project should be disclosed.


Guidelines Papers Submission

The guidelines below are for papers being submitted for peer review. Authors of papers that have been accepted should consult the camera-ready paper guidelines instead.

  1. Carefully consider the paper review criteria
    Peer reviewers will be asked to evaluate papers based on the following criteria and weightings:
    • Relevance: Appropriateness/fit for the conference theme and target audience (10%)
    • Aims and organization: Clarity of aims/objectives, and organisation/sequencing of sections and content (10%)
    • Presentation: Adherence to IEEE conference and style guidelines, and overall standard of presentation (10%)
    • Readability: How easy the paper is to read and understand in terms of language and writing style (10%)
    • References: Adequacy and suitability of literature references (10%)
    • Originality: The degree to which the paper makes a new and innovative contribution to research and/or practice (20%)
    • Scholarly Quality: Level of methodological and/or theoretical rigor and of reflective depth exhibited in the paper (30%)

  2. Prepare the paper using the  Paper Template
    Download  Paper Template (including guidelines)

    • IEEE conference templates contain guidance text for composing and formatting conference papers. Please ensure that all template text is removed from your conference paper prior to submission. Failure to remove template text from your paper may result in your paper not being published.
    • Use of any other IEEE templates is not acceptable as there are subtle differences between those templates and the conference template that will affect the consistency in appearance of papers published in the proceedings.
    • Do not change the paper size (A4) or margins in the template.
    • The headers and footers must remain empty. (They should not contain page numbers or anything else!)
    • Formatting of the paper must be done using the pre-defined MS-Word styles in the template, rather than manually. The paper must use all the predefined font styles, sizes etc. as per the template.
    • Basic examples of citations and references are included in the template. For more comprehensive information on citations and references, see this guide. Note that where are conflicts between the template and the guide, the template prevails.

      Page lengths must fall within the ranges listed below:
    • Full paper: 6 - 8 pages
    • Short paper: 4 - 6 pages

  3. Prepare the paper for blind review
    The peer review process will be blind. Peer reviewers will not be made aware of the identities of authors, and authors will not see the reviewers' identities. For this reason, author names and institutions must NOT be included in the version of the manuscript submitted for review. Only the final, camera-ready version should contain author and affiliation information.

    Tips for ensuring blind review compliance:
    • Remove any identifying information, including author names, from file names and ensure document properties are also anonymised.
    • Ensure the paper itself does not contain any personally identifiable information (i.e., name, affiliation, email address, phone numbers, IEEE member number, etc.)
    • Block out or obscure any affiliation-related identifiers that appear within figures in the paper.
    • Cite papers published by the Author in the text as follows: "[Anonymous, 2007]".
    • Use the third person to refer to work the Authors have previously undertaken. For example, replace any phrases like "as we have shown before" with "… has been shown before [Anonymous, 2007]".
    • Do not eliminate essential self-references or other references, but limit self-references only to papers that are relevant for those reviewing the paper being submitted.
    • Reference list entries needing to be anonymised should be presented as follows: "[Anonymous 2007] Details omitted for blind reviewing."
    • Remove any and all references to/mentions of funding sources.
    • Do not include acknowledgments.

  4. Submit the paper

    Once your paper is ready, save it in PDF format and submit it via the conference's online submission system, 

    Submissions cannot be accepted via email.


Preparing Your Camera-Ready Paper

The guidelines below are for papers that have been accepted, or accepted subject to revisions, following peer review. Authors preparing papers to be submitted for peer review should consult these guidelines instead.

  1. Reinstate any information previously removed for blind review

    This includes:
    • Author names, affiliations and email addresses;
    • Citations of and references to the authors' own publications;
    • Any identifiers appearing within figures that were obscured to conceal the identity of the author(s) and/or their institution(s);
    • Funding sources and other acknowledgments.

  2. Ensure the paper has been prepared in accordance with IEEE style guidelines

    Download the IEEE Citation Reference  

    Download Paper Template (including guidelines) 

    If the original paper submitted for review was already prepared using the above MS-Word template, a new copy of the template can be downloaded simply for reference to the guidelines that it contains. Where there are conflicts between the IEEE Citation Reference document and the paper template, the paper template prevails.

    If the paper is not formatted correctly, it may be REJECTED by IEEE upload to Xplore. Please check and double check that you have adhered to the template and guidelines to avoid disappointment!

  3. Complete the final submission checklist

    Download Final Submission Checklist and Response to Reviewers form  

    On the first page of the form, work your way through the checklist and ensure that each requirement has been met.

    On the second page, complete the table to show how you have addressed each of the issues/concerns raised by the Program Chairs and reviewers in their feedback.

  4. Upload the final submission The final submission, including both MS-Word and PDF versions of the camera-ready paper as well as the completed checklist form (including responses to Program Chairs' and reviewers' comments), should be uploaded to the conference's online submission system, EDAS. Submissions cannot be accepted via email.

    Once your paper is accepted, you may be asked to supply a final version. Follow these steps to ensure that your paper is published accurately in the IEEE Xplore® Digital Library.

    • Ensure that default text from the paper template is removed
    • Check the title and all author names for accuracy
    • Check the quality of your images with the IEEE Graphics Analyzer
    • If instructed by your conference committee, use PDF eXpress to check whether your paper is compliant with IEEE Xplore

      Please note that further changes cannot be made once the paper is published in IEEE Xplore.
    • As part of the final submission process within EDAS, you will be required to sign an electronic copyright form. If you fail to do this, your paper will not be able to be published in the proceedings or on IEEE Xplore.
    • If any of the paper’s authors are employees of the US Government or of a crown government (UK, Canada, Australia), please indicate that this is the case in the “Remarks” field of your submission, providing the relevant details.
    • Ensure the title, abstract and keywords entered on the submission form are EXACTLY as they appear in your final paper. (Simply copy and paste from the Word version into the web form.) If there are discrepancies, there may be problems when we attempt to submit your paper to IEEE Xplore.

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