The increase in social media and Internet users’ exposure to diversity has not come with new instruments and skills to deal with it, despite the invariable impact that diversity has on human lives. This is the main theme of the multi-faceted event that WeNet is organising within the 2nd International Conference on Hybrid Human Artificial Intelligence (HHAI 2023) on June 26-27 in Munich (Germany).
The WeNet event will revolve on a workshop entitled Diversity-aware Hybrid Human-Artificial Intelligence (DHHAI), which seeks to promote richer and deeper social interactions by enabling the Internet of Us, a Hybrid Human-Artificial Intelligence online platform, where human social relations are mediated and empowered by diversity-aware Artificial Intelligence.
The workshop welcomes contributions across disciplines, in the form of papers connected either to the workshop’s theme and topics, or to the connected shared data-analysis task Empirical Studies on Hybrid Human-Artificial Intelligence (EHHAI).
For more information on DHHAI: https://www.internetofus.eu/diversity-aware-hybrid-human-artificial-intelligence-dhhai/
For more information on EHHAI: https://www.internetofus.eu/empirical-studies-on-hybrid-human-artificial-intelligence-ehhai/
This event is funded by the European Commission