[AISWorld] 2nd CFP - Augmenting Human Intelligence: Artificially, Socially, and Ethically Minitrack @HICSS-52

Nancy Deng ndeng at csudh.edu
Mon May 7 23:16:20 -04 2018

[AISWorld] 2nd CFP - Augmenting Human Intelligence: Artificially, Socially, and Ethically Minitrack @HICSS-52

Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences- HICSS-52 (January 8-11, 2019, Grand Wailea, Maui)
Minitrack: Augmenting Human Intelligence: Artificially, Socially, and Ethically

Track:  knowledge Innovation and Entrepreneurial Systems

Augmented intelligence offers a new perspective to look at the artificial intelligence (AI), social computing, machine learning, big data, data mining, and related areas. It has a clear emphasis that humanity, not machines, is the core of this scientific inquiry.

Human intelligence can be augmented through artificial intelligence. Rather than viewing artificial intelligence as systems with the goal of replicating and surpassing human intelligence, scientists and industry experts have started to view artificial intelligence as systems to enhance and augment human capabilities.

Human intelligence can be augmented through social computing. Given that social computing allows human to better identify, acquire, assimilate, generate, share, and use knowledge resources, it can augment human's social intelligence not only to process social data and afford sociality, but also to create and discover new knowledge.

Human intelligence can be augmented through value sensitive design. The adoption and use of artificial intelligence for intelligence augmentation does raise potential ethical concerns. It is therefore important that value sensitive design, a value-oriented design methodology commonly adopted in the design of computer technologies, is used as it helps account for human values in the design of artificial intelligence systems.

In addition to the three perspectives above, this minitrack welcomes any studies that investigate augmented intelligence from both technical perspectives and social behavioral perspectives. It is open to papers in all formats including empirical studies, design, theory, theoretical framework, case studies, and etc.  Potential topics include, but are not limited to:

--AI and social computing

--AI and knowledge creation

--AI and innovation

--AI, cultures and arts

--Business applications of AI

--AI and healthcare

--AI and decision making

--Value-Sensitive Design (VSD) of AI

--The ethical issues in AI development

--The ethical issues in AI adoption and use

--The interface and interaction between artificial intelligence agents and human agents

--AI for sustainability

--AI as marketing tool

Important Dates for Paper Submission:
April 15, 2018: Paper Submission System Launched
June 15, 2018 | 11:59 pm HST: Paper Submission Deadline
August 17, 2018: Notification of Acceptance/Rejection
September 22, 2018: Deadline for Authors to Submit Final Manuscript for Publication
October 1, 2018: Deadline for at least one author of each paper to register for HICSS-52

Minitrack Co-Chairs:
Yibai Li (Primary Contact) | University of Scranton | yibai.li at scranton.edu

Xuefei (Nancy) Deng | California State University, Dominguez Hills | ndeng at csudh.edu

Yichuan Wang | Newcastle University | yi-chuan.wang at newcastle.ac.uk



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