European Conference on the Impact of AI and Robotics (ECIAIR)
The European Conference on the Impact of AI and Robotics (ECIAIR) aims to develop into a key forum where natural scientists, social scientists and practitioners come together to envision the future of society in the context of advanced AI and Robotics. We also welcome contributions from philosophers reflecting on the ethical dimension of AI and the balance between science and conscience. Contributions to the conference may be empirical or theoretical. Case histories and critical theory papers will be considered. Proposals for Round Table discussions and Workshops are also invited. This conference has been established to address these and other pertinent topics and is intended to become a leading event for those researching and working in the field from around the world.
All Papers accepted for ECIAIR after the double-blind peer review process will be published in the conference proceedings, subject to author registration and payment. The Proceedings is a published book with an ISBN and ISSN. Please see the ECIAIR important dates below.
The consequences of AI and robotics on work and society
The governance of AI and AI in governance
The future of the professions
Enabling knowledge networks with cognitive computing and other technologies
Ethical and acceptable social behaviours
Organisational and social impact of AI
How can AI explain its thinking?
Algorithmic bias in AI
Sectorial applications of AI including:
Fintech and the financial services industry
Life sciences and healthcare
Utilities and transport management services
In the development of Smart-cities
In education and training
In scientific research
Collaborative robots and human-robot interaction
Exploiting robotics in educational praxis
We would also welcome applications of AI to solving some of the World’s global challenges such as to improve the health and wellbeing of children and young people in growing urban environments around the world; to help civilisation migrate from hydrocarbons to non-fossil sources of energy and other activities to mitigate the climate crisis; to contribute to the continued eradication of extreme poverty in the World.