HCC14 2020 : Human-Centric Computing in a Data-Driven Society
Call For Papers
14th IFIP TC9 Human Choice and Computers Conference:
“Human-Centric Computing in a Data-Driven Society”
Tokyo, Japan, 9th-11th September 2020
Venue: Faculty of Global Informatics (iTL), Chuo University, Tokyo
All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. Submitted papers should be approximately 3,000 - 5,000 words in length. Please read carefully all the other guidelines hosted at:
Submission Link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=hcc14
January 31, 2020 - Submissions due
March 31, 2020 - Notification of acceptance/rejection
April 30, 2020 - Submission of camera-ready papers
List of Topics
Developing New Technologies Using Data for Human Society.
Ethical and Legal Issues for Data Analytics and Big Data.
Social Accountability and Responsibility for Computing and Data Utilization.
Data-work in relation to Gender and Diversity, Work, Educational and Daily Life.
How data helps to make the world a better place – with a demonstrable focus on the better, and where better is not the same as making organisations richer and CEOs more powerful.
Harnessing Information with Unconscious Bias
Legal Systems for Criminal Offences and Abuse
Ethical governance models for new data economy ecosystems
How did we get here? Precedents, and lessons from the past.
How culturally diverse interpretations / understandings of life-work balance, of being human, and slow-tech and techno-feminist understandings of a data-driven society can help us shape a more human-centric computing environment
Impact on International Security, Intelligence, and War.
Environmental Impact of Big Data
ICT for Development: Global Industries, Developing Economies, Sustainability.
Analysis, design, construction, specification, development and testing of IT artefacts to defined deadlines and exacting standards
Impact analysis of human endeavor and data analytics
Security and privacy for big data and data analytics
Using collaborative skills to work with team members in order to ensure reliability, availability and performance of applications
Connectivity/digitalization affecting our working and/or private lives
The view of human nature in a data-driven society
Conference Chair: Taro Komukai
Program Committee Chairs: Taro Komukai, David Kreps, Gopal TV, Kaori Ishii
Organizing Committee Chair: Kaori Ishii
Main Editor: David Kreps
Co-Editors: Taro Komukai, Gopal TV, Kaori Ishii
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HCC14 proceedings will be published as Springer IFIP AICT Series
All questions about submissions should be emailed to Professor T V Gopal
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