Poster Submission

Although the deadline for paper submission is passed, there is still time for poster submission at:

AAAI Second Symposium on Human Partnership with Medical Artificial Intelligence (HUMAN.AI Summer 2023): Design, Operationalization, and Ethics.
Singapore EXPO, Singapore
July 17-19, 2023

Summer 2023 Symposium Program

Keynote Speakers

Call for Poster

Building on the success of the inaugural symposium held in 2021, the second symposium on Human Partnership with Medical AI delves deeper into the critical components of Trust, Ethics, and Security in the design and operationalization of Clinical AI. This year, the event aims to continue the discussions and collaborations that started in the previous symposium and explore new avenues of clinical utility, trustworthiness, robustness, and responsible AI. The symposium will bring together researchers, clinicians, policymakers, and stakeholders from various domains to discuss the challenges and opportunities of AI-human partnership, share their latest research and insights, and develop actionable strategies to create trustworthy, ethical, and secure AI systems.

Symposium Format:

This symposium will include keynote speakers, technical and position paper presentations and discussions, break-out sessions, and interactive expert panel conversations.


Topics of interest (may include, but are not limited to): 

  • Trust metrics for Clinical AI
  • Metrics for and measures of Clinical AI uptake, utility, and impact on users
  • Trust in hardware, software, and computing as components of Clinical AI
  • Trustworthiness in Clinical AI: robustness, security, privacy, fairness, transparency, explainability, and accountability
  • Balancing trust, security, and privacy in the use of large language models (LLM) to share clinical notes
  • Responsible AI: Medical-legal and ethical requirements and moral and professional responsibilities in an era of Clinical AI
  • Design and HCI research to inform Clinical AI
  • Individual and team clinical AI support for remote and austere environments
  • Psychology, cognition, and human-machine/human-computer collaboration in relation to trust in Clinical AI interaction and teaming
  • Empirical studies examining clinician and patient perceptions and risk-beliefs of Clinical AI
  • Implementation science frameworks, strategies, and outcome measures to support evidence-based translation of Clinical AI
  • Differences and synergies in how AI, HCI, and healthcare research communities approach Clinical AI; Potential strategies to better bridge these communities


Submission Requirements:

Please submit to AAAI EasyChair Submission site not more than 2-page abstract following the AAAI conference template (AAAI Author Kit). Accepted abstracts will be published as part of the AAAI proceedings for authors who wish to be included.

Important Dates

  • Submission due: July 06, 2023 (23:59 AoE)

  • Author notification: July 11, 2023 (23:59 AoE)

  • Symposium: July 17–19, 2023

The AAAI publishes the general symposia dates here.


Symposium Chair (Main Contact):

  Reza Samavi, Associate Professor

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
Toronto Metropolitan University, Toronto, ON, Canada
Faculty Affiliate, Vector Institute of Artificial Intelligence



Organizing Committee:

Reza Samavi, Associate Professor

Toronto Metropolitan University, Toronto, ON, Canada
Faculty Affiliate, Vector Institute of Artificial Intelligence



Michael Noseworthy, Professor

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada



Barbara Barry, Assistant Professor

Mayo Clinic Division of Health Care Delivery Research
Scottsdale, Arizona, USA


Aisling Kelliher, Associate Professor

University of Southern California, US


Thomas Doyle, Associate Professor

McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada
Faculty Affiliate, Vector Institute of Artificial Intelligence


Sarah Parker, Associate Professor and Chair

Health Innovation and Implementation Science
Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA



Qian Yang, Assistant Professor

Bowers College of Computing and Information Science
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA


Steven Yule, Professor and Chair of Behavioural Sciences

Clinical Surgery, University of Edinburgh, UK