24-25 April 2020
Duke Kunshan University
Fang Chao, Professor of Science and Technology Policy, Tsinghua University
David Gunkel, Presidential Teaching Professor of Communication, University of Northern Illinois
Kevin Macnish, Assistant Professor of Ethics and Technology, University of Twente
Jeanna Matthews, Associate Professor of Computer Science, Clarkson University
Yi Zeng, Director of Research Center on AI Ethics and Governance, Chinese Academy of Science
Call for Papers
We invite papers in any area of AI Ethics, but preference will be given to papers pertaining to privacy, surveillance, war, algorithmic bias, and governance. The language of the conference is English.
The deadline for submitting papers is: 1 March 2020. Papers should be suitable for 15 minute presentations (1,500 words) and made ready for blind review. Submissions should also include a cover letter with the following information: (i) author name, (ii) email, (iii) institution, (iv) paper topic, (v) word count, and (vi) an abstract (100 words).
** ¥1000 prize for best student paper and a ¥500 prize for the runner-up.
** There are a limited number of travel/accommodations awards available for students outside Duke Kunshan University, if interested please specify this in your email and attach your CV along with a letter explaining how you would benefit from the award.
Submissions should be emailed to:
Be sure to attach your paper and cover letter as .doc(x) or .pdf files. Notices of acceptance will be sent by 21 March 2020.