ICAIH 2023 : The 6th International Conference on AI Humanities

June 1st, 2023 – June 2nd, 2023


Date & Place


June 1st, 2023 – June 2nd, 2023


Exhibition Center 1 - Room 211, BEXCO, Busan, South Korea

Time Table


13:00 - 13:10 pm

Welcome Remarks

Chankyu Lee
Director, Humanities Research Institute at Chung-Ang University

13:10 - 15:00 pm

Session1: AI, Content, and Data

SimSimi and the future of conversations

Junghoi Choi
Simsimi Inc.

Augmenting Korean Emotion Data using the ChatGPT text generation

Sanghyub John Lee
The University of Auckland, New Zealand
Kiseong Lee
Chung-Ang University


Tim Cheongho Lee
Sangmyung University
Sunyong Byun
Seoul National University of Education


15:00 - 15:20 pm

15:20 - 18:00 pm

Session2: Symposium - Creative Errors made by AI and Machine -

Aesthetic potential of image-generative artificial intelligence

Pyungjong Park
Chung-Ang University

Error and Photography Art

Sangwoo Park
Seoul National University

Cracks in the Mirror: The End of Machine-Anthropomorphism and Creativity

Jae-Joon Lee
Sookmyung Women’s University


09:30 - 10:00 pm

Welcome Remarks

Chankyu Lee
Director, Humanities Research Institute at Chung-Ang University

Congratulatory Remarks

Sanggue Park
President, Chung-Ang University, Korea
Mahn-Woo Kwon
Chief Commissioner, Busan Contents Market Organizing Committee
Axel Harneit-Sievers
Director, Heinrich Böll Stiftung – Hong Kong

10:00 - 11:00 pm

Keynote Speech

A human-centered approach to AI

Clare Stark
UN Coordination Officer, UNESCO PAX/Co-leader, the UN High-Level Committee on Programmes Interagency Group on Artificial Intelligence

11:00 - 12:00 pm

Keynote Speech

Revolutionizing AI with ChatGPT : A New Leap Forward

Jin Hyung Kim
KAIST, Korea

Lunch Break

12:00 - 13:00 pm

13:00 - 15:00 pm

Session1: Designing Digital Gender

Queering machines

Adam Poulsen
University of Sydney, Australia

Who do robots love?: A critical exploration of the relationship between gender binaries and robotics

Katharina Klappheck
Gunda Werner Institute, Germany

“of bodies new and strange”: cross disciplinary perspectives on our human machine relationships

Aifric Campbell
Imperial College London, UK


MinGi Jang
Kyungnam University
Seong Il Nam
Dongguk University


15:00 - 15:30 pm

15:30 - 17:30 pm

Session2: AI, Communication, and Reality

Augumentation or Substitution? The role of Generative AI in human labor

Ahram Moon
Korea Information Society Development Institute

Being human in the age of machines: A Multi-aspectual reflection on collective intelligence assemblies

Mamello Thinyane
University of South Austrailia, Austrailia

The Ethics of Communicating with Artifice

Jeffrey Chan Kok Hui
Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore


Bora Kang
Yonsei University
YuneJung Kim
Duksung Women's University

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