Editorial Board:


The Editorial Board of The Journal of Artificial Intelligence General Science (JAIGS) is appointed by the Editor-in-Chief in collaboration with the publisher to ensure a high level of professionalism and expertise from diverse geographic regions. Every 2 to 3 years, the Editorial Board undergoes a comprehensive evaluation, during which existing members may choose to renew their service or retire, while new members may be invited to join. This process ensures that the Board remains dynamic, with fresh perspectives, and comprises individuals dedicated to the organization's goals. Occasionally, alterations occur between editions, such as when a member decides to step down from their position.


The Editorial Board encompasses various distinguished positions, including Member of the Editorial Board, Associate Editor, Section Editor, Regional Editor, General Editor, and Editor-in-Chief, all responsible for upholding the quality and integrity of the publication.


Selection Process of the Editorial Board:


The Editorial Board must include members from diverse geographical locations to enhance the journal's reach. A robust editorial committee is crucial for the success of the publication. All potential candidates undergo a comprehensive review of their qualifications and responsibilities. The Journal of Artificial Intelligence General Science (JAIGS) provides an opportunity to join the Editorial Board through a submission process, where interested individuals can express their qualifications and commitment to the journal's mission. The selection process emphasizes expertise, applicability, research metrics, geographical diversity, and recognition within relevant organizations/institutions.


Editors are selected annually based on expertise and recognition in their respective fields. Editorial Board members can be appointed from a pool of peer reviewers, guest editors, past authors, or candidates recommended by the Board.


Editorial Board Responsibilities:


As members of the Editorial Board, editors must adhere to the highest ethical standards, avoiding conflicts of interest that could compromise their commitments. This ensures fairness, impartiality, and quality in their work, fostering trust and credibility with the audience. Editors are responsible for establishing and maintaining content scope, authorship policies, and a fair evaluation process for all submissions.


Editorial roles include:


- Editor-in-Chief: Oversees the journal's refereeing process and conducts yearly evaluations to maintain quality standards.

- General Editor: Manages day-to-day activities, including article acceptance/rejection, and ensures compliance with journal standards.

- Associate Editor: Facilitates the peer-review process, develops journal strategy, and ensures submission quality.

- Regional Editor: Similar responsibilities to an Associate Editor, focusing on specific geographical regions.

- Section Editors: Experts in specific fields responsible for concise reviews and soliciting contributions from renowned professionals.


Editorial Board Members conduct comprehensive peer reviews, organize thematic issues, expand author and reviewer pools, and promote the journal among researchers. Associate Members, comprising early-career researchers, contribute to the journal's success with their expertise and innovative ideas.





  1. COPE: Editorial board participation
  2. WAME: Syllabus for Prospective and Newly Appointed Editors