2021 - 14th International KES Conference on Human Centred Intelligent Systems
Date2021-06-14 - 2021-06-16
Topics/Call fo Papers
Human-centered intelligent systems (HCIS) are information systems applying artificial intelligence in order to support humans and to interact with people. Contemporary advances in the field of artificial intelligence have led to a rapidly growing number of intelligent services and applications. Artificial intelligence is often characterized in an impersonal way: on this view, intelligent systems operate entirely independently of human intervention. Public discourse on ‘autonomous’ algorithms which work on ‘passively’ collected data contributes to this view. However, this perspective obfuscates the extent to which human work necessarily underpins and enables contemporary AI systems. The human element in intelligent systems includes tasks such as optimizing knowledge representations, developing algorithms, collecting and labeling data, and deciding what to model in the first place. Investigating artificial intelligence from a human-centered perspective requires a deep understanding of the role of human ethics, practices, and preferences for the development of—and interaction with—intelligent systems.
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