Artificial Intelligence & Society: OSU Writing Workshop & Symposium

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December 14, 2023
9:00AM - 5:00PM
301 Pomerene Hall

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Add to Calendar 2023-12-14 09:00:00 2023-12-14 17:00:00 Artificial Intelligence & Society: OSU Writing Workshop & Symposium Artificial Intelligence and Society: OSU writing workshop and symposium Dec. 14-15 Sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences and the Translational Data Analytics Institute Contributors must be current OSU affiliates (e.g. students, postdocs, staff, faculty) Due date for abstracts: Dec. 4 Events will be held at the Translational Data Analytics Institute, 301-Partner Zone in Pomerene Hall Call for Participation: The AI landscape is changing daily, with unpredictable but certainly “disruptive” impacts on society. In relation to these changes, researchers at OSU are exploring these tools as well as their consequences for academic inquiry, cultural production, legal and ethical frameworks, health and wellness, and beyond. As part of the cross-disciplinary Artificial Intelligence in Engineering and Arts & Humanities initiative, we invite researchers affiliated with OSU (faculty, postdocs, staff, students, etc.) to submit to Artificial Intelligence and Society, a writing workshop and symposium showcasing research in progress.  We welcome contributions from any field/discipline on any topic that considers (emerging, anticipated, feared, celebrated) societal impacts of any aspect of what is currently grouped under the label of “artificial intelligence.” Such topics may include but are not limited to: racial and gender bias in algorithms; ethical issues of responsibility and intentionality from emergent behaviors irreducible to programming; materiality of AI in the extraction and exploitation of natural resources; erosion of public trust in media, government, expertise, and truth-claims because of generative AI; what “intelligence” really consists of, and indeed, what it means to be human in a technology-saturated world. We have two strands for submissions: a writing workshop on Dec. 14, where contributors can share and receive feedback on their work in progress, and a symposium on Dec. 15, where contributors can share their research findings in 10-minute semi-formal presentations. Lunch and refreshments will be provided each day. Submit to the writing workshop (Dec. 14) and/or symposium (Dec. 15): https://osu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6AvqEHxq8mGIsqq Abstracts and bios should be around 150 words each, submitted by Dec. 4. For those participating in the writing workshop, papers will need to be uploaded for circulation to participants by Dec. 8. We will follow up with instructions and discussant assignments. Register to attend the symposium (Dec.15) without presenting: https://osu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_74zEHDn2xUDHZ8q We hope you join us for this sharing of OSU research! Zahra Atiq (Computer Science and Engineering) Harmony Bench (Dance) Harshavardhan Bhat (TDAI) Adrian Calmettes (Political Science) Micha Elsner (Linguistics) Nancy Ettlinger (Geography) Eric Fosler-Lussier (Computer Science and Engineering) Umut Gurses (Comparative Studies) Morgan Liu (Near Eastern & South Asian Languages & Cultures; Anthropology) Gerry Lopez (Music) Questions can be directed to Harmony Bench.9 or Morgan Liu.737 301 Pomerene Hall Translational Data Analytics Institute tdai@osu.edu America/New_York public
December 15, 2023
9:00AM - 5:00PM
301 Pomerene Hall

Date Range
Add to Calendar 2023-12-15 09:00:00 2023-12-15 17:00:00 Artificial Intelligence & Society: OSU Writing Workshop & Symposium Artificial Intelligence and Society: OSU writing workshop and symposium Dec. 14-15 Sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences and the Translational Data Analytics Institute Contributors must be current OSU affiliates (e.g. students, postdocs, staff, faculty) Due date for abstracts: Dec. 4 Events will be held at the Translational Data Analytics Institute, 301-Partner Zone in Pomerene Hall Call for Participation: The AI landscape is changing daily, with unpredictable but certainly “disruptive” impacts on society. In relation to these changes, researchers at OSU are exploring these tools as well as their consequences for academic inquiry, cultural production, legal and ethical frameworks, health and wellness, and beyond. As part of the cross-disciplinary Artificial Intelligence in Engineering and Arts & Humanities initiative, we invite researchers affiliated with OSU (faculty, postdocs, staff, students, etc.) to submit to Artificial Intelligence and Society, a writing workshop and symposium showcasing research in progress.  We welcome contributions from any field/discipline on any topic that considers (emerging, anticipated, feared, celebrated) societal impacts of any aspect of what is currently grouped under the label of “artificial intelligence.” Such topics may include but are not limited to: racial and gender bias in algorithms; ethical issues of responsibility and intentionality from emergent behaviors irreducible to programming; materiality of AI in the extraction and exploitation of natural resources; erosion of public trust in media, government, expertise, and truth-claims because of generative AI; what “intelligence” really consists of, and indeed, what it means to be human in a technology-saturated world. We have two strands for submissions: a writing workshop on Dec. 14, where contributors can share and receive feedback on their work in progress, and a symposium on Dec. 15, where contributors can share their research findings in 10-minute semi-formal presentations. Lunch and refreshments will be provided each day. Submit to the writing workshop (Dec. 14) and/or symposium (Dec. 15): https://osu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6AvqEHxq8mGIsqq Abstracts and bios should be around 150 words each, submitted by Dec. 4. For those participating in the writing workshop, papers will need to be uploaded for circulation to participants by Dec. 8. We will follow up with instructions and discussant assignments. Register to attend the symposium (Dec.15) without presenting: https://osu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_74zEHDn2xUDHZ8q We hope you join us for this sharing of OSU research! Zahra Atiq (Computer Science and Engineering) Harmony Bench (Dance) Harshavardhan Bhat (TDAI) Adrian Calmettes (Political Science) Micha Elsner (Linguistics) Nancy Ettlinger (Geography) Eric Fosler-Lussier (Computer Science and Engineering) Umut Gurses (Comparative Studies) Morgan Liu (Near Eastern & South Asian Languages & Cultures; Anthropology) Gerry Lopez (Music) Questions can be directed to Harmony Bench.9 or Morgan Liu.737 301 Pomerene Hall Translational Data Analytics Institute tdai@osu.edu America/New_York public

Artificial Intelligence and Society: OSU writing workshop and symposium Dec. 14-15
Sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences and the Translational Data Analytics Institute
Contributors must be current OSU affiliates (e.g. students, postdocs, staff, faculty)
Due date for abstracts: Dec. 4

Events will be held at the Translational Data Analytics Institute, 301-Partner Zone in Pomerene Hall

Call for Participation:

The AI landscape is changing daily, with unpredictable but certainly “disruptive” impacts on society. In relation to these changes, researchers at OSU are exploring these tools as well as their consequences for academic inquiry, cultural production, legal and ethical frameworks, health and wellness, and beyond. As part of the cross-disciplinary Artificial Intelligence in Engineering and Arts & Humanities initiative, we invite researchers affiliated with OSU (faculty, postdocs, staff, students, etc.) to submit to Artificial Intelligence and Society, a writing workshop and symposium showcasing research in progress. 

We welcome contributions from any field/discipline on any topic that considers (emerging, anticipated, feared, celebrated) societal impacts of any aspect of what is currently grouped under the label of “artificial intelligence.” Such topics may include but are not limited to: racial and gender bias in algorithms; ethical issues of responsibility and intentionality from emergent behaviors irreducible to programming; materiality of AI in the extraction and exploitation of natural resources; erosion of public trust in media, government, expertise, and truth-claims because of generative AI; what “intelligence” really consists of, and indeed, what it means to be human in a technology-saturated world.

We have two strands for submissions: a writing workshop on Dec. 14, where contributors can share and receive feedback on their work in progress, and a symposium on Dec. 15, where contributors can share their research findings in 10-minute semi-formal presentations. Lunch and refreshments will be provided each day.

Submit to the writing workshop (Dec. 14) and/or symposium (Dec. 15): https://osu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6AvqEHxq8mGIsqq

Abstracts and bios should be around 150 words each, submitted by Dec. 4. For those participating in the writing workshop, papers will need to be uploaded for circulation to participants by Dec. 8. We will follow up with instructions and discussant assignments.

Register to attend the symposium (Dec.15) without presenting: https://osu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_74zEHDn2xUDHZ8q

We hope you join us for this sharing of OSU research!
Zahra Atiq (Computer Science and Engineering)
Harmony Bench (Dance)
Harshavardhan Bhat (TDAI)
Adrian Calmettes (Political Science)
Micha Elsner (Linguistics)
Nancy Ettlinger (Geography)
Eric Fosler-Lussier (Computer Science and Engineering)
Umut Gurses (Comparative Studies)
Morgan Liu (Near Eastern & South Asian Languages & Cultures; Anthropology)
Gerry Lopez (Music)

Questions can be directed to Harmony Bench.9 or Morgan Liu.737

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