CFP: Formalising Responsibility - A Philosophy and Computer Science Workshop on notions of responsibility to support artificial agent decision making
Submission deadline: June 1, 2023
September 20, 2023 - September 22, 2023
University of Manchester
Manchester, United Kingdom
Call for Participation
Formalising Responsibility is a three-day inter-disciplinary workshop, to be held at the University of Manchester from 20th-22nd of September 2023. The workshop seeks to bring together philosophers and computer scientists in-person to discuss the notions of responsibility in relation to autonomous systems.
We now invite submissions for poster presentations in our areas of interest, including but not limited to:
Conceptual work on defining Responsibility
Attribution of Responsibility for future actions
Division of Responsibility for collectives of agents
Collective or Group Responsibility
Responsibility in relation to autonomous decision-making systems
Modelling responsibilities computationally
Modelling responsibility in Agents
Using responsibilities in decision making
Using responsibilities in a multi-agent setting
Formalising Responsibility – Poster Submission Guidelines
We invite submissions for poster presentations in any of the areas of interest or related areas.
We welcome submissions of anonymised 500-words abstracts, to be sent to [email protected]. Please also include the following information in a separate document:
- Institution, Department and Position
- Indication of talk or poster preference
- Title of Poster.
We will take submissions until the 1st of June 2023. Decisions will be communicated within a fortnight.
We particularly encourage proposals that foster a more diverse research community including researchers from underrepresented groups in Philosophy and Computer Science, researchers with various institutional affiliations, at diverse stages of their professional careers and/or with different geographical origins.
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