The OZSW invites submissions for individual papers, symposia, and posters in all areas of philosophy. The program committee will strive for quality, variety, and diversity within the program. Please submit your abstract (350-500 words) before 15 March, 2023. We will notify all speakers before 15 April, 2023. All submissions should be in English.
Please fill out the form and upload your proposal through out Conftool website: https://www.conftool.net/ozsw2023/index.php?page=login. First create an account, and then submit your proposal through the appropriate form. After 1 April 2023 you can use the same account to register for participation in the OZSW Annual Conference 2023.
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- Proposals for individual papers: Please submit your proposal consisting of a 350-500 word abstract, prepared for blind review. Papers will be allocated 30 minutes (including time for discussion). Please indicate relevant topics and keywords in the individual paper form.
- Proposals for a full symposium: Symposia will be allocated (at least) 90 minutes, including discussion. They can have any format. Symposia proposals should include the symposium title, a description of the symposium’s rationale (up to 500 words) and the title and abstract (350-500 words) of each of the individual presentations that will constitute the session, prepared for blind review. Please indicate relevant topics and keywords in the symposium form.
- Proposals for symposium papers: at this point two proposals for symposia have already been made for which papers are invited through this call. Please use the symposium paper form to submit a paper for the following two symposia:
- AI and Emotions
Emotions are at the core of human experience and play an important role in human reasoning processes. From wellbeing apps to emotion recognition technology for security purposes to online emotional assessment – affective computing aims at detecting, measuring, understanding, and simulating human emotions.These new technologies could, amongst other things, improve interactions, increase the accuracy of violence prevention, and provide state-of-the-art information on the self. Leaving aside possible conceptual and methodological problems with the project of detecting human emotions, this new field of study raises important ethical questions around the deployment and use of Emotion AI that engages, analyses and, records human emotions: privacy, social control, political manipulation, discrimination, and how new affective technologies alter social relationships.
We invite papers that address these and related issues raised by emotional AI technologies.
- Proposals for posters: Please submit your proposal for a poster, and prepare it for blind review. The proposal should consist of a 350-500 word abstract, indicating the structure that will appear on your poster. Please indicate relevant topics and keywords in the poster form.
- Abstract submission deadline: 15 March, 2023
- Decision of acceptance: 15 April, 2023
- Registration opens: 1 April, 2023
- Registration with early bird fee: 1 April – 30 April, 2023
- Registration with late comer fee: 1 May – 1 June, 2023