ASIS&T SIG AI
The ASIS&T Special Interest Group (SIG) on Artificial Intelligence (AI) is hosting a student symposium June 23-24 2022. Submit your abstract and/or register for the event here by June 17, 2022.
Call for Abstracts
ASIS&T SIG AI Student Research Symposium (Co-hosted with ASIS&T Asia Pacific Chapter)
June 23/24, 2022 | Online | Registration form
SIG AI provides a forum for discussion about research, development, and use of artificial intelligence in information science and technology. It is concerned with all aspects of AI design and implementation. The SIG AI student research symposium seeks to provide a platform for students from information science and related fields who are interested in AI-related research to present their ideas, frameworks, and preliminary results from AI-related studies. We encourage students who are interested in participating in our symposium to submit a 300-400 words abstract of their research, including problem statement, originality, method, initial finding, and implications.
Each author can submit an abstract on either a 1) regular research presentation (theoretical or empirical) introducing a new piece of their recent research, OR 2) technical showcase that presents a new system, tool or dataset they developed as a supporting platform or product of a research. The submission deadline is June 17th, 2022 11:59pm (AOE). Please use our research symposium registration form to register and submit your abstract. Please note that you can register for the event and participate without submitting an abstract.
Topics of interest to this symposium include, but not limited to:
AI applications in information environments
AI ethics, equality, and fairness
AI and learning analytics
AI-powered information systems and services
Value-sensitive AI design
AI for societal benefits
AI digital assistants
algorithmic bias in AI
AI in libraries and museums
transparent and explainable AI
AI for data discovery
Reusability of AI resources
The student research symposium (co-hosted with ASIS&T - Asia Pacific Chapter) will be organized online via zoom at 10pm Jun 23rd EDT/10am June 24th GMT+8. Students whose abstracts are selected will be invited to give a short presentation on their work at the symposium and answer questions from other students and researchers. The best presentations will be given cash awards and certificates. To facilitate students' presentation and discussion of AI-related research and increase the visibility of their latest findings, our symposium will include following sessions:
Student research presentation (with Q&A) A
Student research presentation (with Q&A) B Tech showcase (or mini demo) session
Award Presentations and closing remarks