[AISWorld] Deadline Extended -- Call for papers: Special Issue on Smart Service, Smart Business, Smart Research in Journal of the Association for Information Systems

YC Ben Yang (楊淯程) ycyang at mis.nsysu.edu.tw
Sat Dec 1 01:09:38 EST 2018


Paper Submission Deadline Extended
*New deadline: January 31, 2019*

CALL FOR PAPERS

Special Issue on Smart Service, Smart Business, Smart Research in Journal
of the Association for Information Systems

Background
Recently, the Future Today Institute published its 2018 Tech Trends Report,
which identifies “emerging technology trends that will influence business
government, education, media and society in the coming year.” Within the
report, “smart” appears 269 times, “tech” appears 464 times, “intelligence”
appears 89 times, and IT-enabled services and technologies feature
prominently in categories across sectors; this collective evidence suggests
that IT-enabled smart services are expected to become a major trend in the
near future.

Smart technologies that combine artificial intelligence and innovative
technologies (e.g., the Internet of things, soft robots, image and voice
recognition, block chain mechanisms, unmanned vehicles) offer new and
valuable production possibilities, allowing information resources to be
processed and integrated in new ways to create unprecedented smart
services. Smart services often are based on real-time data collection and
intelligent data analyses, as well as networked and creative IT systems and
platforms. Smart services are also cross-disciplinary and lead to
disruptive changes in many different areas, including manufacturing,
finance, insurance, healthcare, and tourism, among others.

Smart services provide the basis for emerging value networks that create
new opportunities in manufacturing (e.g., instant mass production of
personalized sneakers) and promote the development of new products and
services. With respect to finance services, new technologies have generated
a range of innovations that include smartphone-driven mobile banking,
investment services, and smart contracts. Moreover, information technology
and innovation are also impacting the health care industry, as consumers’
growing demands for smart health services has led to the development of new
healthcare models. In particular, patients’ desire personalized healthcare
technologies (e.g., intelligent diagnosis, wearable devices, and distant
medical services) that allow them to better manage their healthcare.


Topics of Interest
We invite scholars from a broad range of disciplines to submit their
high-quality research to this special issue. All research methods are
welcome. Potential topics include but are not limited to:
-   Development and evaluation of smart technologies,
-   Innovative applications of smart technologies,
-   Management of smart technologies,
-   Innovative applications of smart technologies,
-   Organizational and societal impact of smart technologies,


Submissions Instructions
We welcome submissions of full papers and research in progress relevant to
smart services. Authors should submit their extended abstracts through the
submission systems of Journal of the Association for Information Systems by
June 30, 2018. All submission should include the following elements:
1.  Title.
2.  Abstract
3.  Objectives of the study.
4.  Methodologies and Research design, including data collected/data
collection plan.
5.  Major results and major contributions
6.  The 150-200 word bios of the researchers.


Important Dates
1. Extended abstract due - June 30, 2018
2. Invitation to PolyU workshop - July 7, 2018
3. Workshop presentation - July 27, 2018
4. Full submission – November 30, 2018
5. First-round review result – February 2019
6. Revised manuscript due - May 2019
7. Provisional decision and final round of comments - August 2019
8. Revised manuscript submission – October 2019
9. Notification of final decision – November 2019


Workshop Organizers
Association of Information Systems;
Faculty of Business, Hong Kong Polytechnic University;
Intelligent Electronic Commerce Research Center, National Sun Yat-sen
University;
Department of ISOM, University of Florida


Editorial Board
Hsing Kenneth Cheng (Special Issue Co-Editor, University of Florida)
Ting-Peng Liang (Special Issue Co-Editor, National Sun Yat-sen University)
Suprateek Sarker (JAIS EIC, University of Virginia)
Tilo Böhmann (University of Hamburg, Germany)
Roger Chiang (University of Cincinnati)
Chao Ding (University of Hong Kong)
Michael Goul (Arizona State University)
Bin Gu (Arizona State University)
Andrew Hardin (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)
Tabitha James (Virginia Tech)
Yong (Jimmy) Jin (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
Thomas Kude (ESSEC Business School, France)
Subodha Kumar (Temple University)
Andrew Harrison (University of Cincinnati)
San-Yih Hwang (National Sun Yat-Sen University)
Liangfei Qiu (University of Florida)
Lionel Robert (University of Michigan)
Pallabh Sanyal (George Mason University)
Choon Ling Sia (City University of Hong Kong)
Virpi Kristina Tuunainen (Aalto University, Finland)
Chih-Ping Wei (National Taiwan University)
Arvind Tripathi (University of Auckland, NZ)
Xin Xu (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
Yu-chen Yang (National Sun Yat-sen University)
Han Zhang (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Leon Zhao (City University of Hong Kong)

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Yu-Chen "Ben" Yang (楊淯程)
Department of Information Management
National Sun Yat-sen University
Kaohsiung 804, Taiwan
Email: ycyang at mis.nsysu.edu.tw <ycyang168 at gmail.com> <ycyang at ufl.edu>
Phone: +886-7-5252000 Ext. 4735

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