- Roel Dobbe (TU Delft)
- Ana Valdivia (King's College London)
- Maria Perez-Ortiz (University College London)
|Monday 13. June 2022||Workshops, Tutorials and other Events|
|Tuesday 14. June 2022||Workshops, Tutorials and other Events|
HHAI-2022 workshops will provide a platform for discussing Hybrid Human-Artificial Intelligence in more informal settings and for a broad audience. We invite proposals for full-day and half-day events during the two days leading up to the main conference. Registration for the main conference is expected, arrangements for non-traditional conference attendees can be requested.
The goal of workshops is to bring together academics, professionals and users of technology to better understand the socio-technical benefits, risks and limitations that artificial intelligence has when interacting with humans from different perspectives. Thus we encourage workshops presenting broad concepts of human-artificial intelligence interaction or specific cases. We invite submissions for events that foster cross-disciplinary interaction, scientific discourse, and creative and critical reflection, rather than just being mini-conferences. To do so, we offer organizers flexibility for format that best suit the goals of their event. We especially welcome submissions of communities that are usually not featured prominently in artificial intelligence events and conferences.
January 31, 2022: Workshop proposals due
February 7, 2022: Workshop proposal acceptance notification
February 14, 2022: Deadline for announcing the Workshops Call for Papers/Contributions
April 1, 2022: Workshop application deadline for contributions to the workshop
April 29, 2022: Recommended deadline for paper acceptance notification
June 13,14 2022: HHAI2022 Workshops