| Like almost everything
in information technology, the journal "Computational
Intelligence" (CI) is changing. While it developed
a strong reputation based on a core of theoretical
work on knowledge representation and reasoning early
on, the research community has moved to other topics.
For CI to maintain its reputation as the first
choice venue for papers in important areas of
Artificial Intelligence, we are taking action.
We intend to help distinguish CI from the other
leading AI journals by shifting its focus to several
newly emerging areas of Artificial Intelligence,
none of which yet have a primary venue for the
publication of their results. These are included
in the Aims
and Scope of the journal.
To achieve this refocusing, we have updated our
editorial board, in line with these new areas.
Each of these editors, appointed to a three-year
term (renewable), will be encouraged to take charge
of his/her topic, and to work with us, and Blackwell,
to help innovate and re-vitalize our journal.