The GENERAL workshop explores advances in General and Generative Artificial Intelligence (GGAI), including breakthroughs in areas like natural language processing (NLP) and computer vision (CV). It emphasizes the emerging capabilities of Large Language Models (LLMs) and Latent Diffusion Models (LDMs) and promotes Human-Centered AIs with applications like ChatGPT and Midjourney. The workshop delves into generating human-like content across text and images, highlighting the creative, coherent, and unexpected properties of these AI models. A key aspect is AI explainability, focusing on understanding, explaining, and controlling the complexities of these AI systems in terms of fairness, accountability, and transparency. Additionally, it encourages interdisciplinary collaboration between fields like HCI, psychology, social studies, and the arts to enrich the understanding of AI's societal and cultural impacts.
We welcome contributions related to general and generative artificial intelligence, interdisciplinary interests, and AI explainability, as well as considering modeling and conceptualization features. Potential topics and areas to be addressed in the workshop are:
Papers must be submitted online via EasyChair submission system. All paper submissions must be in English. The papers must be formatted using the CEUR Workshop Proceedings template.
We accept two kinds of submissions:
All the papers will be subject to a double review process by the members of the Programme Committee. The proceedings with the papers accepted to the workshop will be published in CEUR Workshop Proceedings, and will be indexed by SCOPUS.
We also accept manifestations of interest consisting of a brief bio of the participants and a paragraph stating why it is interesting for them to participate in the workshop. These manifestations won't be published in the workshop proceedings.
Please register in room S4 at least 20 minutes before the beginning of the workshop.
The presentations will be 15 minutes long, followed by 5 minutes for questions and answers. You can find the program here.
The proceedings with the papers are now published in CEUR Workshop Proceedings, available at the following link: