We invite graduate, early and mid-career researchers to submit abstracts for interdisciplinary contributed paper sessions, which will take place on the second day of the conference. Abstracts are invited on any aspect of:
- Machine Intelligence: Creating a community for beneficial AI
- Depreciation of Earth Systems: Biodiversity, climate and environmental risks
- Bioengineering: Lessons from recent case for building engagement between communities
We welcome submissions from diverse fields, such as sciences, ethics and governance - as we work to grow the community engaging with catastrophic and existential risks.
Abstracts should be a minimum of 500 words, in a Word or PDF document. Please also include the name(s), contact details, and a short speaker biography (maximum 200 words). Abstracts sghould be submitted by email to CCCR2016.firstname.lastname@example.org by 16:00 GMT on 18 October 2016, using the subject line 'Abstract'.
Abstracts will go through a review process and we will notify you of our decision by the end of October 2016.
Full information about this conference can be found: here