The 7th Conference for Information & Communication Technologies for Organization & Society
L'Observatoire de l'Intelligence Artificielle de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
La Gendarmerie Nationale Française
L’Ecole des Officiers de la Gendarmerie Nationale
Artificial intelligence (AI) is shaping the future of humanity. It is already the key driver of emerging technologies and will continue to be the technological innovator in the envisioned future. Industry experts anticipate AI advances to produce dramatic changes in the service industry by 2025; while others expect AI to overtake humans in the near future (PEW, 2014; Cuthbertson, 2020). Research on AI is prevailing all fields (Merhi & Harfouche, 2023) and is dominating science, agriculture, healthcare, military, financial and many other domains worldwide (Gartner Inc., 2021; Tutun et al., 2023). Thus, AI has high potentials to benefit humanity and help resolving many of the world’s challenges from poverty to environmental sustainability.
However, AI benefits can only be achieved if AI is used wisely, in a sustainable, ethical, and responsible way through the development of ethics and governance principles to guide the development and deployment of ethical and responsible AI. Yet, there is a concern that the response from the Information Systems (IS) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) research communities has been ‘dismal and at best marginal’ in this regard (Tan & Neilson, 2021). In fact, the potential value from artificial intelligence is expected to be enormous. But the question remains: what are the costs of AI when not done responsibly?
At the Sorbonne Université
The 7th conference for Information & communication technologies for organization & society (ICTO2023) aims to bring together multidisciplinary contributions from different domains and cultures around IS and AI to advance knowledge to achieve a better and more sustainable future for organizations & societies. This year, ICTO2023 aims at finding answers to question like: What do we want the future of work to look like? How do we want AI to change our lives? What does it really mean to be doing AI “responsibly”? Can we do Responsible AI without worrying about the social consequences? How the principles of responsible AI could be applied more broadly toward achieving sustainable development goals?
We invite scholars, practitioners, and early career researchers to present their research at ICTO2023 to contribute to the Ethical and Responsible AI research that leads to better and sustainable societies. Theoretical and empirical papers employing quantitative, qualitative, and/or design science are welcomed.
EasyChair system open for submissions: March 15th, 2023
Paper submission deadline: May 15th, 2023
Notification of acceptance (rolling basis): May 30th, 2023
Camera-ready submissions: June 15th, 2023
Doctoral Consortium/ Junior Faculty nomination: May 15th, 2023
Notification of Doctoral Consortium/ Junior Faculty acceptance: May 17th, 2023
Author Registration: May 15th, 2023
Since 2015, ICTO aims to disseminate knowledge about the impact of technology on organisations and society.