Opportunities and challenges in COLLABORATIVE SYSTEMS

Human-Machine Collaboration in a changing world 2022

Human-Machine Collaboration in a changing world 2022 (HMC22) will be held in Paris and hybrid on 1-2 December 2022.

HMC22 is the second workshop in the Algorithmic Futures Policy Lab series, and will focus on identifying challenges and opportunities presented by collaborations between humans and algorithmic systems (including artificial intelligence powered systems) in an uncertain world, with a particular focus on aspects of relevance to the EU and Australia.

Within the two-day workshop, HMC22 will cover “What is human-machine collaboration?” from a multi-disciplinary perspective on day 1, and will address safety, responsibility and sustainability for systems involving human-machine collaboration on day 2. HMC22 will have dedicated presentation sessions for early career participants and PhD students, and will have partial travel support available for speakers.

HMC22 is a collaboration between ANU Centre for European Studies, ANU School of Cybernetics, ANU Fenner School of Environment and Society, University of Canberra, DIMACS at Rutgers University, CNRS LAMSADE, and EnsadLab, laboratory of the École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs – PSL University. It is organised by Katherine Daniell (ANU), Joseph Guillaume (ANU), Damith Herath (University of Canberra), Fred Roberts (DIMACS), Alexis Tsoukiás (LAMSADE), Elizabeth Williams (ANU), Xuanying Zhu (ANU), Kathy Reid (ANU), Lorenn Ruster (ANU), Myrna Kennedy (ANU), Samuel Bianchini (EnsadLab), Sarra Tajouri (CNRS LAMSADE and Université Paris Dauphine-PSL) and Nicolas Fayard (CNRS LAMSADE and Université Paris Dauphine-PSL).

Key dates:

  • Call for abstracts closes: 23 September 2022 (Anywhere on Earth)
  • Notification of acceptance: 10 October 2022 (Anywhere on Earth)
  • In-person registration closes: 18 November 2022 9 am CET
  • Online registration will be open until the end of the event

Got questions? Contact us at algorithmic.futures@anu.edu.au.

With the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union

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