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Dear all,

Please consider submitting to the CHI 2020 workshop on Artificial
Intelligence for HCI: A Modern Approach. The workshop will be held on
Saturday, April 25, 2020 at Honolulu, Hawaii right before the main



Modern approaches of Artificial Intelligence, which are data-driven and
computational model centric, have a broad impact on how each field tackles
its own challenges. There are increasing interests in the HCI field of
using these modern AI methods to address both classic and emerging HCI
problems. While these methods offer great capacities to solve complex
problems, using these methods in HCI works also pose challenges.

The goal of this workshop is to start the conversation on several fronts
regarding how to effectively use these methods in our field in conjunction
with traditional HCI approaches. In particular, the workshop will discuss:


   HCI topics that have been investigated by using modern AI methods and
   problems that are still under explored;

   Challenges in working at the intersection between AI and HCI, including
   the tension between the limited scale of HCI dataset and that demanded by
   these AI methods such as deep learning.

   Issues about how AI model-based work can make a useful contribution to
   the HCI field, reconciling aspects of a contribution valued by different

   Progress and methods for deriving analytical understandings about AI
   models that are relevant to HCI, rather than only using the output of the

   Cases and insights into how to combine guideline or heuristic-based
   approaches with data-driven ones.

   Tools and datasets can be shared in the community to accelerate works at
   the intersection of HCI and AI.

Participants should submit a position paper that is 2-4 pages long
(including references) in the CHI Extended Abstracts Format
<> that outlines
their view on the workshop theme and the reasons for their interest in the
topic including their previous work related to the workshop topic. Papers
should be submitted to the workshop website. We will select papers based on
their relevance, quality, and diversity. Participants from both
computational and design backgrounds are welcome. At least one author of
each accepted position paper must attend the workshop and all participants
must register for both the workshop and for at least one day of the

Workshop website:
Important Dates

Paper Submission Open on OpenReview: December 16, 2019

Paper Submission Deadline: February 11, 2020

Paper Notification Date: February 28, 2020

Workshop Date: April 25, 2020

Contact Information

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Submission URL

Submit your paper on OpenReview


Yang Li (Google Research)

Walter S. Lasecki (University of Michigan)

Ranjitha Kumar (University of Illinois Champaign)

Otmar Hilliges (ETH Z├╝rich)


Yang Li | Staff Research Scientist | Google Inc.


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