Artificial Intelligence (AI) offers remarkable opportunities while posing ethical and societal risks. The one-day Responsible Applied Artificial InTelligence (RAAIT) workshop at ECAI 2023 bridges the gap between theoretical research and practical AI implementation. We invite researchers and practitioners to collaborate, exchange experiences, and explore responsible AI solutions across various domains. Contributions may address technological aspects, design processes, organizational governance, or other socio-technical factors.
Submit your paper today and join RAAIT to contribute to the critical discourse on responsible AI in practice. Help shape the future of ethical AI applications and make a difference in the AI community.
Contributions can address technological aspects of responsible applied AI but may also include social or socio-technical factors, such as the design process (e.g., through co-creation) or the organisational governance to ensure responsible application of AI. Research in all kinds of application domains is encouraged.
A non-exhaustive list of topics includes:
1. Case studies on eliciting ethical values and principles from stakeholders;
2. Translating ethical principles and values to practice;
3. How to deal with conflicting principles within a specific application / practical context;
4. Organisational transformation and mitigations required for RAAIT in practice;
5. What developers can do in each phase of the AI/ML-development cycle;
6. The economical value of responsible development methods.
We invite case studies, position papers, and research papers that address elements of a Responsible Applied AI practice.
Published and unpublished works are welcome.
All dates are 11:59 pm, Anywhere on Earth (AoE)
Deadline for abstract: July 03, 2023
Deadline for paper submission: July 17, 2023
Author notification: August 07, 2023
Workshop: September 30 or October 1, 2023
Submissions through the website. Page length: 2-5 (including references). No proceedings are expected, but we are investigating the possibility of a special edition of a relevant journal, such as Ethics and Information Technology, or an equivalent journal.
In this one-day workshop on Responsible Applied Artificial InTelligence (RAAIT), we aim to connect and share experiences with fellow researchers and AI practitioners who bring Responsible AI to practice. Besides regular sessions consisting of presentations of selected peer-reviewed papers, the programme will feature invited talks from research and industry, and a panel discussion in the closing session. We will lead an open discussion, in a workshop spirit, aimed to foresee the future of Responsible Applied AI and how to contribute to the field as a research community in the years to come, and identify and map the gaps, challenges, and opportunities in the field.