Seoul, Korea / Online
Dec 8, 2020 – Dec 14, 2020
Venue: Chung-Ang University, South Korea / Online
ICAIH 2020 is organized by for Humanities Research Institute, Chung-Ang University
(Seoul, South Korea)
Co-Organizer: University of Rijeka – Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Health Studies
ICAIH 2020 will provide an international forum for experts from all disciplines to
exchange ideas and present cutting-edge research on “ artificial intelligence and its
implications on the future of humanity” . The theme of the third ICAIH is “ Artificial
Intelligence and Future Society: Mechanized Humans, Humanized Machines” .
Oral presentation – We would like to invite you to participate in the conference to give about 20-minute talk.
Since recorded presentations will be uploaded on YouTube(public channel of our institute)
during the conference(Dec 8, 2020 ~ Dec 14, 2020 / for 7days), we inform that for all participants,
it is needed to send us a recorded video of the oral presentation and materials(PPT or a manuscript) by October 18, 2020.
Questions regarding oral presentations will be posted as comments on the video webpage.
The conference will be held online, and the procedures for the conference will be
conducted as follows:
1. Recorded videos of the presentations will be uploaded on YouTube, publicly at
the institute‘ s webpage for 7 days(Dec 8, 2020 – Dec 14, 2020 / public comments
for the presentations are possible)
2. For the discussions, panelists will be assigned for each presentation, and
documented comments will be sent to the presenters.
3. After receiving the comments, presenters will also send documented comments
regarding the discussion, and the contents of the discussions will be uploaded
4. After the discussions, chairmen assigned for each respective section will
introduce the presenters and the contents of the presentations and discussions.
The recorded videos of the chairmen will be uploaded on YouTube (publicly at the
institute’ s webpage) The detailed schedule will be announced later.
Languages - The official languages of the conference are English and Korean.
Guidelines for abstract submission:
The abstract should be written in English, and the length should not exceed 1,000
words (about 1 page, excluding references).
Abstracts must be submitted electronically to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org, with having
the author(s)’ information in a separate page including name, affiliation, title of the presentation, and email address.
The abstract should be submitted in the MS word format or in the pdf format,
and the name of the abstract file should be followed by the authors’ first name in full followed by surname
(e.g., for Jane Smith: jane_smith_abstract.doc, jane_smith_abstract.pdf).
If you need to use phonetic characters, please make sure that they are displayed correctly.
August 26, 2020: Abstract submission
August 31, 2020: Notification of acceptance/rejection
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