List of accepted abstracts

List of accepted abstracts:


  • Yoon Ki An (Presbyterian University and Theological Seminary)

“Artificial Intelligence and Human Reason as the Medium of Communication”


  • Shahar Avin (University of Cambridge)

“Exploring artificial intelligence futures”


  • Brandon Beamer (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

“Towards Constructing an Electronic Knowledge Base Built on Sufficient Realization Conditions”


  • Larissa Berger (University of Siegen)

“Can Artificial Intelligences Know about Beauty?”


  • Sunyong Byun (Seoul National University of Education)

“The Four Ethical Principles of AI Robot”


  • I-hsuan Cheng, Yunfei Long, Chu-Ren Huan, Qin Lu (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)

“Culturally Grounded Event Driven Metaphor Detection”


  • Gerard Concepcion (University of the Philippines Diliman)

“Artificial Intelligence and Dictionary-Making: The Case of University of the Philippines’ Filipino Monolingual Dictionary”


  • Robinson dos Santos (Federal University of Pelotas)

“Self-consciousness, “self-knowledge” and artificial intelligence: considerations from Kant’s theoretical philosophy”


  • Young Sue Han (Sogang University)

“Enhancing the power of color through artificial intelligence in visual storytelling”


  • JongHwan Hwang (Hannam University)

“The Kierkegaardian ethical Accountability in the age of AI”


  • Ekaterina Kamlovskaya, Christoph Schommer, Joshgun Sirajzade (University Luxembourg)

“A Dynamic Associative Memory for Distant Reading”


  • Iksoo Kwon (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

“Artificial Intelligence, Conceptualization, and Cognitive Linguistics”


  • Charles Lam & Catherine Wong (Hang Seng Management College Hong Kong)

“Language Studies in the AI Era: challenges and opportunities”


  • Gui-woo Lee (Seoul Women’s University)

“Posthuman Bodies in Science Fiction and Film”


  • Il-Jae Lee (Kwangwoon University)

“Error revisions and cognitive effort in the post-editing of the Korean-English machine-translation outputs”


  • SungUng Lee (IBM Korea)

“Transparency, trust and data responsibility in the Cognitive Era”


  • Qin Lu (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)

“Improving Sentiment Analysis by Using Cognition Grounded Data”


  • Carina Pape (Europa-Universität Flensburg)

“Artificial Intelligence, Human Communication, and Gender Stereotypes”


  • Jeongsik Park (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

“Past, present, and future of speech recognition in terms of artificial intelligence”


  • SeongSoo Park (The State University of New York at Buffalo)

“Constraints on Implementing Computation”


  • Christian Prust (University of Siegen)

“Can artificial intelligences have a human nature or can a human nature be artificial?”


  • Saira Salman (Information Technology University of the Punjab)

“Exploring a Posthumanist Facet: Virtual World Building and the Future of Expression”


  • Dieter Schönecker (University of Siegen)

“Can pure practical reason be artificial?”


  • Holger Sederström (Humboldt-University Berlin)

“What is human communication all about? Or: Can a public sphere be simulated?”


  • Joshgun Sirajzade, Christoph Schommer (University Luxembourg)

“Mind and Language. AI in an Example of Similar Patterns of Luxembourgish Language”


  • Thomas Sukopp (University of Siegen)

“An argument against the unlimited applicability of Artificial Intelligence in classroom setting”


  • Tony Veale (University College Dublin)

“Cups of Good Cheer: Linguistic Containers for a Computational Sense of Humour”


  • Sunjin Yang (Chungnam National University)

“Ethics of science and technology from the perspective of Yangming in the era of artificial intelligence(AI)”


  • Yasin Yeşilyurt (Istanbul Maltepe University)

“Conversation with Technological Souls in Transhumanist or AI Era”


  • Ji Yong Lee (Chung-Ang University)

“AI 스피커의 감정어 인식 양상 연구”


  • 이소연 (Sogang University)

“인공지능 시대, 문학 연구의 새로운 주제에 대한 제안”