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How is artificial intelligence (AI) going to change social science and how is social science going to change how AI is used? This conference will bring together researchers using AI to address issues in social science, including, but not limited to using AI to enable the use of new types of data in social science applications (e.g., text or images), using algorithms to solve problems or enhance decision-making in different economically relevant applications (e.g., hiring, lending, medicine, education, criminal justice), understanding how to help humans use algorithmic decision-aids as effectively as possible, or different approaches to designing and deploying these tools fairly and ethically. This cross-disciplinary conference aims to facilitate dialogue and generate insights into innovative methodologies, novel datasets, and emerging technologies that can reshape our understanding of the world and push the boundaries of knowledge across disciplines and fields, including experts from economics, sociology, law, behavioral sciences, artificial intelligence, and more.

The keynote address will be given by Sendhil Mullainathan.

All interested researchers are welcome to submit papers by May 1, 2024, through the link below.