Smart cities rely on the synergistic application of information and communication technologies to improve both the quality of government services and citizen welfare. Many real-life problems arise in modern smart cities related to efficient transportation systems, smart buildings, inhabitants inclusion, etc. Smart cities will well be a beneficiary of the emergence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) providing solutions where traditional techniques fail. AI can make city services responsive, inclusive, transparent, and efficient. SCAI aims at discussing recent advances and exploring future directions on addressing the range of challenges arising from the transformation of our present cities into smarter ones by using AI.



The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • New AI algorithms for smart city applications
  • Hardware and software needed to use AI for smart cities
  • Optimization, learning, and data science for smart cities
  • Theory and practice of techniques and technologies for smart cities
  • Smart mobility and transportation, logistics, and traveling
  • Smart homes and the Internet of Things
  • Smart governance and citizenship
  • Smart energy, energy efficiency, and sustainability (environmental, social, economic)
  • Smart tourism and entertainment
  • AI and circular economy
  • Ethics in merging AI and smart cities
  • Human-centered solutions using AI for smart cities

Program Commitee

    • Andrea Villagra, Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia Austral, Argentina
    • Daniel Pandolfi, Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia Austral, Argentina
    • Diego Pedroza, Universidad de Málaga, España
    • Javier Faulín, Universidad Pública de Navarra, España
    • Javier Ferrer, Universidad de Málaga, España
    • José Ángel Morell, Universidad de Málaga, España
    • Juan Manuel Corchado, Universidad de Salamanca, España
    • Juan Pavón, Universidad Complutense Madrid, España
    • Pedro A. Castillo, Universidad de Granada, España
    • Renzo Massobrio, University of Antwerp, Bélgica
    • Sergio Nesmachnow, Universidad de la República, Uruguay

Submission & formatting

The instructions for the preparation of the works and the conditions of the different types of contributions are the same as those of the CAEPIA conference, and are available at

Submission of papers for the workshop must be done through the CAEPIA EasyChair, available at Easychair , using this workshop track.

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