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"Pernisch, R. (Romana)" <[log in to unmask]>
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Pernisch, R. (Romana)
Wed, 25 May 2022 06:24:57 +0000
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Call for participation at HHAI2022
Workshops 13-14. June 2022
Main Conference 14.-17. June 2022

Hybrid Human-Artificial Intelligence (HHAI) is the first international 
conference focusing on the study of Artificial Intelligent systems that 
cooperate synergistically, proactively and purposefully with humans, 
amplifying instead of replacing human intelligence. HHAI aims for AI 
systems that assist humans and vice versa, emphasizing the need for 
adaptive, collaborative, responsible, interactive and human-centered 
intelligent systems that leverage human strengths and compensate for 
human weaknesses, while taking into account social, ethical and legal 
considerations. This field of study is driven by current developments in 
AI, but also requires fundamentally new approaches and solutions. In 
addition, we need collaboration with areas such as HCI, cognitive and 
social sciences, philosophy & ethics, complex systems, and others. In 
this first international conference, we invite scholars from these 
fields to participate at HHAI2022.

We want to offer the opportunity to build a culture together and embrace 
diversity and inclusion as central principles. Therefore, we provide 2 
scholarships (1x 1300 EUR and 1x 700 EUR) to support the attendance at 
HHAI to authors, which are PhD students. To apply for these 
scholarships, please send us an application which includes your CV and a 
statement to [log in to unmask] as soon as possible.

- Paul Lukowicz: The HumanE AI Net vision of Human Centric AI
- Joanna Bryson: With whom do we hybidise? Principle Agents of AI
- Wendy Mackay: Creating Human-Computer Partnerships
- Fernanda Viegas: Designing AI szstems with a variety of users in mind
Keynote abstracts can be found on our 

We have accepted a variaty of papers for long and short presentations. 
These papers include previously published work, work in progress and 
full research papers. Accepted papers are listed here:

An overview of the program:
Monday 13. June:
- Workshop on representation, sharing and evaluation of multipmodal 
agent interaction
- Heterdox Methods for Interpretable and Efficient Artificial Intelligence
- Imagining the AI Landscape after the AI Act
- Common Ground Theory and Method Development workshop
- Hackathon
Tuesday 14. June:
- Knowledge Representation for Hybrid-Intelligence
- HI ESDiT Collaboration an AI, Human Values and the Law
- Human-Centered Design of Symbiotic Hybrid Intelligence
- (Eco)systemic challenges in AI
- Rethinking Values Conflicts in Smart Systems
- Hackathon
- Conference Opening Ceremony
- Keynote by Paul Lukowicz
Wednesday 15. June:
- Minute Madness
- Sessions #1-#3
- Keynote by Joanna Bryson
- Poster & Demo Session
Thursday 16. June:
- Session #4-#7
- Keynote by Wendy Mackay
- Conference Dinner
Friday 17. June:
- Keynote by Fernanda Viegas
- Sessions #8 & #9
- Community Meeting
- Conference Closing Ceremony & Awards

Information on registration and prices can be found here:

This will be an in-person, single-track conference, held in Amsterdam, 
the Netherlands. Pending local
and global Covid measures at the time of the conference, we will provide 
options to attend virtually.
The conference will be hosted at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

General chair: Stefan Schlobach (VU)
Program chairs: Myrthe Tielman (TUDelft) & Maria Perez-Ortiz (UCL)
For questions, you can reach us at: [log in to unmask]

Romana Pernisch
Postdoctoral Researcher
KRR & Discovery Lab
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

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