HMC22 program

This program has mostly been confirmed, but some session planning and confirmation of modes of attendance is still in the works. Any changes will be announced on this program page between now and the start of the workshop.

Program by day

Thursday 1st December 2022

UTC
UTC + 0hrs
Paris
UTC + 1hrs
Canberra
UTC + 11hr
New Jersey
UTC -5hrs
Presentation
08:0009:0019:0003:00Workshop Introduction (Alexis Tsoukiás, Liz Williams, Damith Herath)
[in-person]

30 minutes
08:3509:3519:3503:35Keynote 1
Alex Zafiroglu (ANU School of Cybernetics) [virtual] – Hard Yards and Malleable Motions: realising cobotics

25 minutes + 20 minutes Q&A
09:3010:3020:304:30Contributed Talk
Margot Hanley (Cornell University) [in person]
Designing with Data: Human-Algorithm Collaboration in the Ultra-Fast Fashion Industry

7 minutes + 3 minutes Q&A
09:4010:4020:4004:40Tea break.


30 minutes
10:1011:1021:1005:10Keynote 2
Anna Ma-Wyatt (University of Adelaide, IRL CROSSING) [virtual] – Human machine collaboration: new challenges and new opportunities

25 minutes + 20 minutes Q&A
11:0512:0522:0506:05Keynote 3
Primavera De Fillipi (CNRS, Harvard, European University Institute) [most likely virtual]
Plantoid, a new blockchain-based lifeform

25 minutes + 20 minutes Q&A
11:5512:5522:5506:55Interactive art demo session (hybrid)

Curators:
Samuel Bianchini (École des Arts Décoratifs – PSL University) [in person]
Damith Herath (University of Canberra) [in person]

Artworks:
James Auger – Real Prediction Machines
Fabien Zocco – Spider and I
Raphaëlle Kerbrat – Bug Antenna
Melanie Lane and Damith Herath – Judy

This will be a session worth attending both in-person and online.
Lunch will be served for in-person participants.


65 minutes
13:0514:0500:05
(2 Dec)
08:05Keynote 4:
Guy Hoffman (Cornell University) [in person] – From Human-Robot Collaboration to Human-Robot Conflict

25 minutes + 20 minutes Q&A
14:0015:0001:00
(2 Dec)
09:00Panel: Exploring the humans in HMC
Chair: Liz Williams (ANU School of Cybernetics) [in person]

Emma van Zoelen (Delft University / TNO) [in person]
Human-Machine Co-Learning: Reflective Communication for Shared Awareness of Emergent Collaboration Patterns

Jakob Schöffer (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) [in person]
On Explanations, Fairness, And Appropriate Reliance in Human-AI Decision-Making

Lingwei Cheng (Carnegie Mellon University) [in person]
Overcoming Algorithm Aversion through Process Control: People Will Use Imperfect Algorithms if They Can (Even Slightly) Customize Them

30 minutes
14:3015:3001:30
(2 Dec)
09:30Tea break.


30 minutes
15:0016:0002:00
(2 Dec)
10:00Keynote 5:
Ken Goldberg and Ryan Hoque [virtual] (University of California Berkeley) – Robots and the Return to Collaborative Intelligence

25 minutes + 20 minutes Q&A
16:0017:0003:00
(2 Dec)
11:00Contributed talk
Maria-Camilla Fiazza (University of Verona) [in person]
Whose fault is it? Liability profiles in Surgical Systems

7 minutes + 3 minutes Q&A
16:1517:1503:15
(2 Dec)
11:15Contributed talk
Katherine Collins (Cambridge University) [virtual]
Treating human uncertainty in human-machine teaming

7 minutes + 3 minutes Q&A
16:2517:2503:25
(2 Dec)
11:25Day 1 close
HMC organising committee [in person]

5 minutes
TBATBAN/AN/AWorkshop dinner (in-person participants only)

Time TBA

Friday 2nd December 2022

UTC
UTC + 0hrs
Paris
UTC
+1hrs
Canberra
UTC
+10hr
New
Jersey
UTC -5hr
Presentation
08:0009:0019:0003:00Day 2 opening remarks
HMC organising committee [in person]

15 minutes
08:2009:2019:2003:20Panel: Responsibility in HMC

Chair: Lorenn Ruster (ANU School of Cybernetics) [in person]
Panelists:
Caitlin Bentley (Kings College London) [in person]
Keoni Mahelona (Te Hiku Media, New Zealand) [virtual]
Dylan Cawthorne (U Southern Denmark) [in person]
Jurriaan van Diggelen (TNO) [in person]

60 minutes
09:2510:2520:2504:25Contributed talk
Julian Vido and Ned Cooper (ANU School of Cybernetics) [virtual]
The Artist Formerly Known As Your Computer: Ensuring Safe and Responsible Human-Machine Collaboration with Automated Media Generation Tools

7 minutes + 3 minutes Q&A
09:3510:3520:3504:35Tea break.

30 minutes
10:1011:1021:1005:10Panel: HMC in healthcare

Chair: Damith Herath (University of Canberra) [in person]

Panelists:
Amir Asadi (ANU School of Cybernetics) [virtual]
Human-Machine Collaboration in Healthcare: A critical overview of performance evaluation approaches

Snehal Prabhudesai (University of Michigan) and Ned Cooper (ANU School of Cybernetics) [virtual]
The Potential Harms of Algorithmic Hand-offs

Prabhathi Basnayake (University of Melbourne) [virtual] and Jocelyn Lippey (St Vincents) [virtual]
Exploring the sense of responsibility regarding involving Artificial Intelligence in mammography interpretation

Giorgia Lorenzini (University of Basel) [in person]
Artificial Intelligence and the Doctor-Patient Relationship: Expanding the Paradigm of Shared Decision Making

35 minutes
10:5011:5021:5005:50Panel: Safety in HMC

Chair: Liz Williams (ANU School of Cybernetics) [in person]

Panelists:
Myriam Merad (CNRS LAMSADE) [in person]
Nicolas Paget (CIRAD) [in person]
Zena Assaad (ANU School of Engineering) [virtual]
Simon McKenzie (Griffith University) [in person]
William Lawless (Paine College) [virtual]

60 minutes
11:5012:5022:5006:50Interactive art demo session (hybrid)

Curators:
Samuel Bianchini (École des Arts Décoratifs – PSL University) [in person]
Damith Herath (University of Canberra) [in person]

Artworks:
Patrick Tresset – RNP-S Sketching study
Sarah Fdili Alaoui and Léa Paymal: Physicalizing Loops Scores
Hugo Scurto: The Co-Explorer
Yosra Mojtahedi: L’érosarbénus and Sexus Fleurus

This will be a session worth attending both in-person and online.
Lunch will be served for in-person participants.


70 minutes
13:0014:0000:00
(3 Dec)
08:00Contributed Talk
Lorenn Ruster (ANU School of Cybernetics) [in person]
Centring dignity in the responsible design of human-machine collaborations: an exploration

7 minutes + 3 minutes Q&A
13:1014:1000:10
(3 Dec)
08:10Contributed Talk
Wanheng Hu (Cornell University / Harvard University) [in person]
From Accuracy to Alignment: How Radiologists Work with and Build Trust in Machine Learning Algorithms

7 minutes + 3 minutes Q&A
13:2014:2000:20
(3 Dec)
08:20Contributed Talk
Talia Gillis (Columbia University) [virtual]
On the Fairness of Machine-Assisted Human Decisions

7 minutes + 3 minutes Q&A
13:3514:3500:35
(3 Dec)
08:35Lightning talks
Myrna Kennedy (ANU School of Cybernetics) [in person]
Cybernetics approach for more sustainable human-machine collaboration in banking apps

Michael Raphael (City University New York) [virtual]
Bounded Rationality and Artificial Intelligence: Grounding Human-Machine Collaboration in the Prospect of Artificial Intelligibility

Tatiana Chakravorti (Pennsylvania State University) [virtual]
Designing Hybrid Crowd+AI Prediction Markets for Estimating Scientific Replicability

Marlijn Heijnen (TNO) [in person]
Involving stakeholders: The role of power in ELSA lab Defence for military AI

5 minutes
14:0015:0001:00
(3 Dec)
09:00Tea break.

30 minutes
14:3015:3001:30
(3 Dec)
09:30Workshopping session: Sustainability in HMC
We invite you to consider the role of human-machine collaboration in helping us adapt to our changing planet.

Session leads:
Delia Pembrey (International Society for the Systems Sciences) [in person]
Fred Roberts (DIMACS, Rutgers University) [virtual]
Alexis Tsoukiás [in person]

This session is designed to accommodate both in-person and virtual participants.

90 minutes
16:0017:0003:00
(3 Dec)
11:00Event summary and close
HMC organising committee

30 minutes