The editorial team of the Student Forum of Springer journal AI & Society: Knowledge, Culture and Communication welcomes students and early career researchers to a discussion of new perspectives and key developments in the field of AI and its impact on societies.
The event will be held online on Wednesday, 16th June 2021. Further details to be confirmed.
The theme of the event is Inclusive AI in a COVID-19 Era, including the marginalisation of certain groups in society and on widening inequalities apparently exacerbated by AI in the world we live in, and the challenge of solving these and other social problems through the visionary application of AI and related technologies in the future. The editorial team is delighted to invite postgraduate students and early career researchers to submit an abstract for one of two thematic sessions. Please see below for a detailed description of the two panel sessions.
Following the event, a MASTER CLASS workshop on publishing in the Journal AI & Society’s Student Forum will also take place for postgraduate students and early career researchers. During this Master Class, participants will get an opportunity to meet the Student Forum Associate Editors, get tips on publishing in the Forum, and on ways to overcome some of the issues that face those who wish to publish in the Student Forum.
Postgraduate students and early career researchers conducting research related to either of the thematic panel sessions are invited to send their abstracts of 250 words maximum, with a short bio of the authors (max. 100 words) and 3- 5 key words to: email@example.com. Please include the title of the panel session you are submitting your abstract to.
The deadline for abstract submission has been extended until April 23, 2021; 12pm GMT.
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