ECAI 2023
Workshop on Responsible Applied Artificial InTelligence (RAAIT)

Saturday September 30
Room C, Jagiellonian University campus

Contribute to the critical discourse on responsible AI in practice

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.

Information for authors

Please be present at the latest at 08:45 at room C, on the campus of the Jagiellonian University Campus
Presentations should be a maximum of 10 minutes long.
Please refer to the ECAI website for an overview of the conference's general programme.

Location and date

The workshop will be held on Saturday September 30.
The location of the workshop is in room C, on the campus of the Jagiellonian University Campus
Address: prof. Stanisława Łojasiewicza 11 Str
Tram stop: Ruczaj, Tram: 18 or 52

Preliminary programme

08:30 – 09:00 Doors open

09:00 – 09:15
09:15 – 10:00 Keynote  
10:00 – 10:30 Learnings from practise

10:30 – 11:00 Break
11:00 – 11:15 Discuss joint mission (for today and beyond)
11:15 – 12:30 Session 1: 4 talks and mapping

12:30 – 13:30 Lunch

13:30 – 15:00 Session 2: 5 talks and mapping  

15:00 – 15:30 Break

15:30 – 16:30 Structured discussion (in groups)
16:30 – 16:45 Share results

16:45 – 17:00 Closing remarks

17:00 - ? Drinks

Keynote speaker

Emma Beauxis-Aussalet

Dr. Emma Beauxis-Aussalet is an Assistant Professor of ethical computing at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, where she investigates the means to make AI systems that are safe, fair, and transparent -- for example by modelling their errors and bias. She is also the co-manager of the Civic AI Lab, which investigates the ethical issues of AI for public services, in collaboration with the city of Amsterdam, and the Dutch ministry of interior affairs. Before becoming a researcher, she acquired multidisciplinary expertise in the industry as a designer, R&D engineer, data specialist, and project leader. Her understanding of the interplay between design, research, and engineering fuels her research on the practical means to harness the multi-faceted impacts of AI on society.


Maaike Harbers
Hogeschool Rotterdam
Pascal Wiggers
Hogeschool van Amsterdam
Stefan Leijnen
Hogeschool Utrecht
Huib Aldewereld
Hogeschool Utrecht
Marieke Peeters
Hogeschool Utrecht
Saskia Robben
Hogeschool van Amsterdam
Sophie Horsman
Hogeschool van Amsterdam
Fabian Kok
Hogeschool Utrecht
Roland van Dierendonck
‍Hogeschool R


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