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"Green, William" <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 3 Oct 2008 17:57:20 +0200
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In conjunction with European Conference on Ambient Intelligence AmI 08: http://www.ami-08.org/ November 19th-22nd, Nürnberg, Germany.


Social Intelligence for Well-Being and Care
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Call for workshop papers
Further information: http://www.sift-project.net/SIFT_AmI.shtml


Important Dates:
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Intent to attend & short position paper submission: October 23rd, 2008
Notification of acceptance for attendance: October 30th, 2008
Workshop: Wednesday, November 15th, 2008


Submission
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Interested participants are expected to submit a position paper of up to 4 pages that should either situate the participants' interests and background among the themes of the workshop, or report on preliminary research findings related to the themes of the Social Intelligence for Well-being and Care Workshop.

Submissions should conform to the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LCNS) format. Submissions should be emailed to [log in to unmask] or [log in to unmask] by midnight GMT on Thursday, October 23th.


Workshop Aims and scope
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The goal of this workshop is to discuss existing research and future directions related to social intelligence for well-being and care. This includes both theoretical and applied research in the realms of interactive systems design. This workshop will focus on:

1. Challenges of designing for socially intelligent interactive systems, especially for well-being & care.
What theories and models of social intelligence exist? What potential positive and negative effects will social intelligence have on user-system interaction? How can socially intelligent interactive systems account for the multiple contexts of care and well-being? How can social intelligence be incorporated into existing approaches to interactive systems design?

2. The application of social intelligence to interactive systems design, well-being and care.
How can systems designed to support well-being and care benefit from social intelligence? How will user-system interaction benefit from a socially intelligent approach to design? What ethical and privacy issues arise when developing interactive systems with social intelligence? How will user-system interaction be affected by interactive systems with social intelligence?

Potential Participants
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This workshop aims to bring together a community of researchers, designers and practitioners from HCI and the social sciences working in the areas of social intelligence, well-being and care. To ensure that the workshop is beneficial to participants, with tangible outputs, it is anticipated that there will be no more than 20 participants.

Further information can be found on the workshop webpage: http://www.sift-project.net/SIFT_AmI.shtml

Organisers
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Workshop Chairs:
William Green, Philips Research, Europe
Peter Lutz, Philips Research, Europe
Boris de Ruyter, Philips Research, Europe

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