AI WELCOMES SYSTEMS ENGINEERING: TOWARDS THE SCIENCE OF INTERDEPENDENCE FOR AUTONOMOUS HUMAN-MACHINE TEAMS
Stanford, CA USA, March 23-25, 2020
We prefer participants from across multiple disciplines who are willing to work together to contribute to the advancement of AI in welcoming SE to build a science of interdependence for autonomous human- machine teams. Papers should be single column MS-word or latex documents (if latex, please submit a pdf) as an outline (of a thesis), extended abstract (1-2 pages) or manuscripts of up to 8 pages in length. Please use APA-style citations in the text and references at the end. We plan to publish revised and extended conference papers in a book as chapters of about 10,000 words for each chapter after the Symposium. Please send symposium papers to the organizers listed above by November 1, 2019 until January 15, 2020.
Topics will include AI and machine learning, autonomy; systems engineering; human-machine teams (hmt); machine explanations of decisions; and context.
The format of the symposium will include invited talks (60 minutes) and regular speakers (30 minutes).
By January 15, 2020, contributors should submit to organizers an abstract, outline or paper of 2-8 pages; use APA references. A call for book chapters will follow after the symposium.
W.F. Lawless (Paine College, email@example.com), Ranjeev Mittu and Don Sofge (Naval Research Laboratory, DC), Thomas Shortell (Lockheed Martin and INCOSE), and Tom McDermott (Stevens Institute of Technology)
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