Our 2nd on-site presence at the main ICA Conference featured an expanded lineup of 15 research panels — 7 hybrid, 8 in-person — inclusive of 2 regular paper sessions, 13 high-density sessions, and 1 poster. This year, we not only held our regular HMC Business Meeting but also introduced an HMC Welcome Session and a Research Escalator Session.
In terms of submissions, we were pleased to receive 83 full papers, 73 extended abstracts, 1 poster, and 16 research escalators. Upon peer review, 61 full papers (73% acceptance rate), 44 extended abstracts (60% acceptance rate), the single poster (100% acceptance rate), and 8 research escalators (50% acceptance rate) were accepted for the conference.
|Top Student Paper||Jeehyun Jenny Lee: “Ethics of AI Relations: Examining the Politics of AI Ethics Discourse and Gendered Human-AI relations Through the Case Study of Chatbot Lee Luda” (University of Washington)|
|Top Faculty Paper||Jiemin Looi & Matthew S. Eastin: “Too Artificial for Advertising? The Implications of Virtual Influencers’ Human Likeness, Tier, and Instagram Verification” (The University of Texas at Austin)|
Our first on-site participation at the main ICA conference with 9 research panels (2 hybrid), 3 high-density sessions, 4 poster sessions (3 virtual). We received an array of 64 papers, 55 extended abstracts, and 3 posters. After peer review, 43 full papers (67% acceptance rate), 28 extended abstracts (51% acceptance rate), and all 3 posters (100% acceptance rate) were accepted for presentation at the conference.
|Top Student Paper||Yanyun Wang & Weizi Liu: “Which Recommendation System Do You Trust the Most? Exploring the Impact of Perceived Anthropomorphism on Recommendation System Trust, Choice Confidence, and Information Disclosure”|
|Top Faculty Paper||Tanja V. Messingschlager & Markus Appel: “Creative Artificial Intelligence and Narrative Transportation”|
Our second participation at the main ICA conference continued virtual, necessitated by ongoing Coronavirus precautions. We contributed with 12 research panels. A total of 42 papers and 18 extended abstracts were accepted for presentation at the main conference.
|Top Student Paper||Jason Archer, “Imagining Haptics and Robotic Surgical Assistant Futures,”|
Our first participation at the main ICA conference started virtual, due to Corona. Our presence included nine research panels and five poster sessions. Out of 50 submitted papers, 26 extended abstracts, and 4 posters, we were presenting 35 papers (70% acceptance rate), 16 extended abstracts (61% acceptance rate), and all 4 posters (100% acceptance rate).
|Top Student Paper||Joo-Wha Hong & Nathaniel M. Curran: “Assisting-Machine Era” to|
|Top Faculty Paper||Jihyun Kim, Kelly R. Merrill, & Chad Collins: “The Mediating Role of|
Perceived Usefulness in Relationship AI and Task AI.”