In recent years, considerable amount of research has been dedicated to the integration of artificial cognitive functionalities into informatics. With the immense growth in volume of cognitive content handled by both artificial and natural cognitive systems, the scientific treatment of new and efficient communication forms between such cognitive systems is inevitable. In this paper, we provide the first definition of cognitive infocommunications, a multidisciplinary field which aims to expand the information space between communicating cognitive systems (artificial or otherwise). Following this definition, we specify the modes and types of communication which make up cognitive infocommunications. Through a number of examples, we describe what is expected from this new discipline in further detail.