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@ 2021-06-19  8:48 mohamed Lahby
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Dear Colleagues/Friends/Students/Fellows,

Please find a Call for Chapters below. The deadline is short. We are
looking for a few more high-quality chapters to be added to this book's
current content. The deadline for submission of proposal is: *10 July,
2021.* Those who have got their proposals accepted or chapters submitted
may ignore this and encourage others to contribute only high-quality
chapters.

Regards,
M. LAHBY
Editor

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*Call for Book Chapters*

*Edited Book: Combating Fake News with Computational Intelligence
Techniques*
*Publication in "Studies in Computational Intelligence
<https://www.springer.com/series/7092>", by Springer and indexed by
(Scopus)*

*Call for Chapters: **Call for Chapters Link
<https://sites.google.com/view/cit-fakenews-book>*
*Submission link: Submission link
<https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=citfn2021>*
*Chapter Submission Deadline: July 10, 2021 *
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Editors of the Springer Book "*Combating Fake News with Computational
Intelligence Technique*s" invites submissions containing Original,
High Quality Ideas that are relevant to the SCOPE OF THE BOOK. The
chapter proposal may kindly  be sent in Latex or Word format.

EXPERIENCED Authors and Contributors in the field of Big Data
intelligence may kindly submit their chapter. All chapter proposals
that conform to submission guidelines will be peer reviewed and
evaluated based on originality, technical and research content, depth,
correctness, relevance to scope of the book and readability.

For details the following website may kindly be referred:
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Call for chapters Website <https://sites.google.com/view/cit-fakenews-book>

*Topics of Interest:*

This book targets a mixed audience of researchers, academics and
professionals from different communities to share and exchange new ideas,
approaches, theories and practices to resolve the challenging issues
associated with the leveraging of combating fake news with computational
intelligence techniques. Therefore, the suggested topics of interest for
this book include, but are not limited to:

   -

   Artificial Intelligence for fake news detection
   -

   Feature extraction algorithms for content manipulation
   -

   Fake News Detection Techniques in the era of pandemics
   -

   Fake video detection in social media
   -

   Fake image detection in social media
   -

   Benchmarking disinformation detection systems
   -

   NLP for social media analysis
   -

   Sentiment analysis methods for fake news detection
   -

   Benchmarking disinformation detection systems
   -

   Data mining based predictive models
   -

   Detection and analysis of disinformation, hoaxes and fake news
   -

   Blockchain Technology on Fake News
   -

   Feature Analysis on Fake News Detection/Prevention
   -

   Fake news detection in social media
   -

   Feature engineering on Fake News
   -

   Case studies and real-world applications (e.g., media sector, internet
   content search engines, educational sector, agri-food sector, etc.)

   -

   Machine learning and soft computing methods for media content and
   disinformation analysis

*Submission Procedure:*

Authors are invited to submit their full chapters by *July 10, 2021*.
Manuscripts submitted for the book must be original, must not be previously
published or currently under review anywhere. Submitted manuscripts should
respect the standard guidelines of the Springer book chapter format.
Manuscripts must be prepared using Latex, or Word, and according to the
Springer requirements that can be downloaded from the (*link
<https://www.springer.com/de/authors-editors/book-authors-editors/resources-guidelines/book-manuscript-guidelines/manuscript-preparation/5636>*)
and the Chapter should contain in between *15-24 pages*. Manuscripts that
do not follow the formatting rules will be rejected without review.
Prospective authors should send their manuscripts electronically through
the easychair submission system as mentioned below:

*Submission Link:* *https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=citfn2021*
<https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=citfn2021>

*NB:* There are *no submission or acceptance fees* for manuscripts
submitted to this book publication. All manuscripts are accepted based on a
double-blind peer review editorial process.

*Abstracting and Indexing:*

The accepted chapters will be published in "*Studies in Computational
Intelligence <https://www.springer.com/series/7092>*" by *Springer*, *h-index
= 40*, highly indexed in *Scopus, EI, DBPL, etc*…
*Contact: *
For questions regarding the book, please contact the *Lead volume editor*:

   - *Mohamed Lahby*: lahby <mlahby@gmail.co>@ieee.org

We look forward to hearing from you.

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