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Workshop on Artificial Intelligence

2021 Edition

Abstract Submission

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Abstract Guidelines

Welcome to the webiste of the abstract submission of the SophI.A Summit 2021 Conference.

Abstract submission is now open and requires an user accountyou can use the same username and password you use to register on hal.archives-ouvertes.fr. Please click on the Login icon or if you do not have an account please first click on the arrow next to the Login icon and select “create an account”.

Contributions are solicited on the following topics, in the form of speeches, poster or demonstrations.

Developments in the foundations of AI

AI and health,

AI and biology,

AI and smart territory,

AI and management,

Sustainable AI

These themes will be addressed in a transdisciplinary manner, including scientific, economic, sociological, and ethical aspects. Sessions will cover specific themes, and will include invited or keynote speeches, oral presentations, as well as posters and demonstrations.

Please submit at your earliest convenience, and no later than September 19, 2021.

Submissions should be drafted in English and may concern ongoing work, reviews or even contributions that have already been presented/published in other conferences.

Each submission will have to include up to 6 keywords, for classification purposes.

All selected talks may be presented on the conference premises, or online by visioconferencing. Details will be provided to the authors in due course.

We welcome submissions for talks, paper, or demo pertaining to the conference themes.

Submissions for a talk take the form of a 4,000-character abstract (including spaces) accompanied by 3 to 5 bibliographic references. An appendix in PDF format (e.g., to provide a figure or image) can be added to the submission.

Submissions for a poster take the form of a 2,500-character abstract (including spaces) accompanied by 3 to 5 bibliographic references. An appendix in PDF format (e.g., to provide a figure or image) can be added to the submission. If the poster is selected for presentation, a 180s video will be requested at a later stage.

Submissions for a demo take the form of a 2,500-character abstract (including spaces). Demos of commercial AI tools are not suitable. The abstract must justify how the demonstrated AI tools apply to use cases that raise issues of general interest. If the poster is selected for presentation, a 180s video will be requested at a later stage.

Authors will be informed about the acceptance of their submission at the latest by October 15 2021. Please note you can track the status of your submitted abstract online. 

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