Conferences | SUNY Council on Writing

Stony Brooke University

Call for Proposals, 2023 ā€œWriting, Thinking, and Learning with AI: Exploring Relationships of Rhetoric and Artificial Intelligenceā€ Join us October 13ā€“14, 2023, for a virtual conference hosted by the SUNY Council on Writing and the Program in Writing and Rhetoric at Stony Brook University The recent attention given to the topic of artificial intelligence has […]

Workshop on Responsible and Open Foundation Models | Open foundation models


In the last year, open foundation models have proliferated widely. Given the rapid adoption of these models, cultivating a responsible open source AI ecosystem is crucial and urgent. Our workshop presents an opportunity to learn from experts in different fields who have worked on responsible release strategies, risk mitigation, and policy interventions that can help.

AI for Humanity and Society 2023 | WASP-HS

As we face an increasing use of artificial intelligence (AI) in everyday practices, it becomes more critical than ever to examine how AI affects our lives and society.Ā Researchers in the social sciences and humanities have made essential observations and analyses on this topic. Yet, we still need grounded, situated, and relational understandings of how AI […]

Call for Applications: The Research Conference on Communications, Information and Internet Policy | TPRC

American University Washington College of Law Washington D.C, District of Columbia

TPRC is the preeminent annual interdisciplinary conference on communications, information, and Internet policy that convenes researchers and policymakers from law, economics, engineering, computer science, public policy, data science, social sciences, and related fields working in academia, industry, government, and nonprofit organizations around the world. TPRC is seeking submissions for its 52nd conference, including papers, posters, […]

Rethinking the Inevitability of AI | University of Virginia


Call for Papers: Rethinking the Inevitability of AI: The Environmental and Social Impacts of Computing in Historical Context April 22, 2024: 300-500 word paper proposals due July 18, 2024: Date of online conference In late 2023, news broke that Microsoft was looking into developing nuclear reactors to power their forays into AI. According to the […]

Good Systems Symposium HUB | UT Austin

Join Good Systems at UT Austin for its fourth annual symposium exploring the future of human-centered, values-driven artificial intelligence. Connect with an interdisciplinary and cross-sector community of faculty leaders, researchers, students, professionals, and civic leaders to discuss the most pressing opportunities and challenges in Ethical AI. The Good Systems Symposium is the signature annual event […]

Preserving Digital Images and Data: Procedural, Policy, and Privacy Issues | Good Systems


21st century media pose challenges to preserving the historical record. Collecting institutions need guidance and new strategies in order to save selective cellphone video, GPS data, and video from surveillance cameras, drones, and police bodycams. In this Talk, Howard Besser will discuss how saving this type of material poses procedural, policy, and privacy issues. And […]