CALL FOR WORKSHOP PAPER, PRESENTATION & DISCUSSION
IEEE BigData 2022 Dec. WORKSHOP (Osaka & Remote)
Creating Big Data for morals, ethics, and values
in natural language
in an automatically inferable format
|Abstract Submission due:
||August 13, 2022, 23:59:59 (UPDATED)
|Paper submission due:
||August 15, 2022, 23:59:59 (UPDATED)
|Open acceptance Decisions:
||Augast 31, 2022, 00:00:00 (UPDATED)
|Camera Ready submission due:
||Sep 20, 2022, 23:59:59
Time zone: USA Eastern Standard Time
15-20 minites presentation on the conference
Reserch THEME & TOPICS
Morals, ethics, and values became very important, this 21th century.
Humanity/AI should understand/operate these things from many differrent
On the workshop, we intend to create such Big Data that both humanity and AI
easily both understand and operate.
1) How do we represent morals, ethics, facts, and values
so that both our humanity and AI easily understand and operate.
1-1) Examples of Moral, Ethics or Values difficult to automatically
understand (interpret) / operate for computers
1-2) format/notification candidates for the above 1-1) examples.
2) How can a computer operate and infer from such things
2-1) case fitting (concretization, abstraction and solution synthesis)
2-2) multi-length matching (lazy bound) and breadth-first search
3) Big Data solution for ontology and notation-fluctuation problems
4) Moral taboo and Scientific taboo
5) AND/OR/NOT(unprovable in a closed world such as of PROLOG)
6) Order of value (differrent by culture/person)
7) Citation of (the latest) external data from friends
8) Machine learning of inferrence/reasoning rules from natural language
*note* Abstract & Paper must be related to one of the above topics.
ONLINE SUBMISSION HERE
◆PROGRAM COMMITTEE MEMBER
Jovan David Rebolledo
◆QUESTION on the THEME & TOPICS