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    ICOAH 2022 - The 9th International Conference on Arts and Humanities

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    Website https://fineartsconference.com/ | Edit Freely

    Category Arts and Humanities

    Deadline: May 19, 2022 | Date: September 15, 2022-September 16, 2022

    Venue/Country: Online, Sri Lanka

    Updated: 2022-05-04 17:33:03 (GMT+9)

    Call For Papers - CFP

    Call for Papers – 9th International Conference on Arts and Humanities (ICOAH) 2022

    The International Institute of Knowledge Management (TIIKM) in collaboration with Concordia University (Montreal, Canada) is pleased to invite abstracts for its 9th International Conference on Arts and Humanities (ICOAH) 2022, which will be held remotely on 15-16 September 2022 in Colombo, Sri Lanka. The theme of the conference is “technological transformations”.

    Our time is marked by an exponential technological growth that transforms the nature of every aspect of our lives: our relationships with other people, our jobs, our engagement with money, the ways in which me make and share works of art, our familial realities, our safety on- and off-line, our physical and mental health, our privacy and freedoms, the nature of our politics, the wars we fight, and indeed the ways we perceive reality itself. As author Azeem Azhar writes in his book Exponential (2021), “A new technology might at first cause a small social change – but one that eventually spirals into major repercussions for the whole of society…a phase transition has been reached, and we are witnessing our systems transforming before our very eyes. Water is becoming steam.”

    ICOAH 2022 will be a global platform for artists, researchers, academics, educators, technologists, art administrators, policymakers, advocates, media specialists, cultural community activists, and social scientists to collaborate in exploring the many promises and dangers of technological growth; and the roles of the arts and humanities in technological innovation, in investigating its ethics, and its effects on society and individuals. We will consider questions about our technological futures: What usefulness will humans have to AI beings when AI surpasses human intelligence and most labour is replaced by machines? What will be the nature of human life in a virtual-panopticon world, in which our actions, feelings, and thoughts are constantly monitored and recorded? Will humanity become more responsible or enslaved? (Bauman & Lyon, 2013). How can humanity prevent an economic / political / human-rights-oriented collapse resulting from irresponsible and unethical technological developments—particularly in artificial intelligence and autonomous systems (Pereira & Saptawijaya, 2016; Bringsjord & Govindarajulu, 2018)?

    Join us and share your ongoing projects, creations, research, knowledge, questions, and experiences. We welcome abstracts of 150 to 200 words. Proposals may include papers, technological demonstrations, workshops, panels, and art presentations that are relevant (but not limited) to:

    Technophilosophy, Technoethics

    The societal, individual, physical, and ethical impacts of innovations in

    Artificial intelligence

    Deep tech

    Robotics

    Bionics

    Virtual reality

    Technological creations and innovations in the arts

    Virtual, augmented, mixed, extended, and real realities (VR, AR, MR, ER, RR)

    Videogames

    Videogames

    Arts and technology in the Anthropocene

    “The Internet as Art” (Virginia Heffernan)

    Technological innovation and the perpetuation of systems of power

    Artificial Intelligence and politics

    Electronic colonialism

    Technological racism (e.g. racial discrimination in face recognition tech)

    Artificial Intelligence and the end of human labour

    The effects of technology on freedoms

    The singularity

    Invisible technologies

    AI in homes

    The Internet of Things

    Mass surveillance, the “panopticon”

    “Life after privacy” (Firmin DeBrabander)

    Technological social design

    Big Tech and persuasive design

    Immersive technologies and business

    Environmental impacts of the technological age

    Cryptoeconomics and Non-fungible tokens (NFTs)

    Crowd-based capitalism (Uber, AirBnB, etc.)

    Cyberlaw, Cybersecurity, hacking and Cybercrime

    Cyberwarfare

    Hacktivism

    Technology and cultural heritage preservation

    The history and future of technology

    Technology and indigenous cultures

    Social media, public shaming, and cancel culture

    Social networks and political disruptions

    Technology and social psychology

    Crowdsourcing

    The cloud revolution and information technology

    Technology and the body

    Technology and disability

    Technology and neurodiversity

    Technology and perception

    Technology and religion

    Technology and health

    Technological dependencies and addictions

    Creativity, imagination, advocacy, and activism in the technological age

    These and all other topics in the arts and humanities are welcome.


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