2023 3rd International Conference on Digital Society and Intelligent Systems (DSInS 2023)
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The conference covers all aspects of technologies, applications, and services. The topics of interest are not limited to:

Intelligent Systems

Digital Society

Application of Intelligent systems on Digital Society

•  Pattern recognition

•  Machine learning

•  Neural networks

•  Natural language processing

•  Deep learning

•  Knowledge graph

•  Computational intelligence

•  Fuzzy systems

•  Genetic algorithm

•  Programming

•  Data structures

•  Probabilistic logic

•  Artificial intelligence

•  Robotics

•  Numerical methods

•  Digital manufacturing

•  Digital communication

•  Digital transportation

•  Digital community

•  Digital government

•  Digital transformation

•  Digital agriculture and water conservancy

•  Digital health

•  Digital infrastructure construction

•  Character recognition

•  Video surveillance

•  Factory automation

•  Assistive robotics

•  Intelligent Fault Diagnosis

•  Intelligent Medical Diagnostics

•  Intelligent Security Systems

•  Intelligent Signal Processing

•  Swarm Intelligence

•  Digital granary

•  Remote sensing

•  Intelligent Networks

•  5G

•  Visual inspection


All accepted papers will be reviewed by two or three experts from the conference organizing committee, and the accepted papers, will be published by Conference Proceeding, and also submitted to  EI Compendex and  Scopus for indexing.


1) Both Abstract and Full Paper are welcomed. The author can make an oral presentation after the Abstract is accepted and the payment is finished.

2) All submitted articles should report original, previously unpublished research results, experimental or theoretical. Articles submitted to the conference should meet these criteria and must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. We firmly believe that ethical conduct is the most essential virtual of any academic. Hence any act of plagiarism is a totally unacceptable academic misconduct and cannot be tolerated.