Workshop on fairness and diversity bias in AI-driven recruitment: Call for Papers - Deadline 9th February

Dr. Carlotta Rigotti and Dr. Eduard Fosch-Villaronga from the eLaw Center for Law and Digital Technologies at Leiden University, partner of the BIAS project, will be organising a workshop entitled “The ambitions and limitations of AI-driven recruitment and selection: Unfolding fairness and diversity bias” under the JSAI International Symposia on AI, taking place in ACT CITY Hamamatsu, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka (Japan), between the 28th and 31st of May 2024. You can contribute to this workshop by submitting your paper until the 9th of February 2024.

Navigating challenges in AI-driven hiring globally

In recent decades, the widespread adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) applications in the labour market, particularly in recruitment and selection, has transformed hiring processes. These technologies, with their unparalleled ability to process information and make decisions at scale, have streamlined various aspects of recruitment. However, challenges arise as evidence suggests potential diversity biases and a lack of effective legal remedies to ensure a fair AI-driven hiring process.

What is this workshop about?

The workshop “The ambitions and limitations of AI-driven recruitment and selection: Unfolding fairness and diversity bias” provides a cutting-edge platform for scholars and experts to engage in discussions regarding the ambitions and limitations of AI applications in the labor market, specifically in recruitment and selection. The focus extends beyond the functionalities of these technologies to encompass their profound implications on the social and ethical dimensions of hiring practices. The workshop aims to explore how these technologies shape notions of fairness and diversity bias globally and seeks collaborative efforts to move towards a more equitable and just landscape.

Why should you attend?

If you are interested in the fairness and diversity bias of AI applications in the labor market, especially for recruitment and selection, this workshop provides a dynamic and interactive forum. Through a balance of paper presentations and in-group discussions, participants gain a nuanced understanding of AI applications in the labour market, fostering collaborative discussions, knowledge exchange, and exploration of innovative ideas.

You can contribute to the discussion by submitting papers on topics such as:

  • Global Perspectives on Diversity and Inclusion in AI Recruitment
  • Legal Frameworks for Fair AI-driven Hiring
  • Algorithmic Bias Mitigation in Global Hiring
  • Human Rights and Dignity in AI Recruitment
  • Trustworthy AI for Global Hiring
  • The Role of HR Practitioners in Responsible AI Adoption
  • Data Protection and Privacy Concerns in Global AI Recruitment
  • New Discriminatory Practices Arising from AI in Hiring
  • Measuring Fairness in AI Algorithms: Metrics and Standards
  • Surveying workers’ experiences of AI-driven practices

But your creativity is appreciated! We accept full papers (12-15 pages) and short papers (no less than 6 pages) in English, prepared in LaTeX or Microsoft Word. Refer to the templates on the authors’ page for submission guidelines.

Submission process

You can send your workshop paper to: callforpapers@biasproject.eu

Please use the following template for the subject of your email: [JSAI-isAI 2024 BIAS Workshop_Your name_Short title of your contribution].

Some important dates

Submission deadline for workshop papers 9th February 2024
Notification of acceptance of workshop papers 29th February 2024
Submission deadline for camera-ready papers 25th March 2024
Workshop dates 28th-31st May

More information HERE.

About the JSAI International Symposia on AI

JSAI-isAI is an event that hosts multiple international workshops at the same location, providing a unique and intimate forum for colleagues in a focused discipline. JSAI-isAI also offers an important opportunity for AI researchers to come together and share their knowledge. This 16th edition of the JSAI-isAI will be held in conjunction with the JSAI annual conference (JSAI 2024) and is sponsored by the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence (JSAI).

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