SIGCHI ACM In Cooperation ACM Chapter Conference

CHItaly 2023

Crossing HCI and AI
Turin, Piedmont, Italy - 20-22 September 2023

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About CHItaly 2023

The conference theme will be “Crossing HCI and AI.”

Indeed, Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HCAI) has gained popularity for bringing humans into the center of AI design. HCAI has the potential to create systems that provide intelligent computations beneficial to humans, thus supporting them in achieving their objectives. In addition, HCAI systems focus on enhancing human performance, increasing their reliability, safety, and trustworthiness. This may also involve designing an interface that effectively leverages human skills and capabilities to improve human performance with an application.
Together with vital aspects like transparency, explainability, and fairness, the conference aims to consolidate the efforts made by the local and global community to spur further reflections and activities.

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Important dates

14 April 2023: Research paper submission

8 June 2023: Research paper review notification

31 March 2023: Research paper submission

1 June 2023: Research paper review notification

30 June 2023: Initial camera-ready submission on TAPS

31 July 2021: Early registration closure; Final submission addressing any TAPS issues

20-22 September 2023: Conference days


The conference will take place in Turin. Turin is a nice city to visit, too, with plenty of opportunities for social activities, and with the possibility to easily reach the nearby mountains (which hosted the 2006 Olympic Winter Games, together with the city) for skiing and/or for some excursions. It has recently been defined by several international journals and web sites as one of the most beautiful Italian cities to visit.

CHItaly 2023 is hosted at the Università di Torino.

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CHItaly 2023 is organized, hosted and endorsed by the University of Turin.

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ACM Chapter Conference
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ACM Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction