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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: Social Intelligence Design (SID2008)

http://cdr.uprrp.edu/SID2008/default.htm

C A L L  F O R  P A P E R S

The 7th International Workshop on Social Intelligence Design (SID2008)
Designing Socially Aware Interactions

San Juan, Puerto Rico
December 3-5, 2008

http://cdr.uprrp.edu/SID2008/default.htm 

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IMPORTANT DATES

Paper Submission: 		May 16, 2008 
Acceptance Notification: 	July 11, 2008 
Submission of Revised Paper:  Sept 12, 2008 
Workshop: 				December 3-5, 2008


Social Intelligence Design (SID) as a research and practice field attempts
to integrate and understand the interactions between designing and social
intelligence. It involves multiple disciplinary approaches concerning design
and implementation of systems and environments, ranging from group/team
oriented collaboration support systems that facilitate common ground
building, goal-oriented interaction among participants, to community support
systems that support large-scale online-discussion.  

FOCUS

Social Intelligence Design (SID) as a research and practice field attempts
to integrate and understand the interactions between designing and social
intelligence. The workshop's theme this year on designing socially aware
interactions acknowledges the essential need for designing tools,
procedures, and techniques to improve the interactions by addressing
socially related factors. 

Researchers from all fields employing computation and or cognition including
design, workspaces, education, e-commerce, entertainment, digital democracy,
and other fields are invited to participate.