In this one-day workshop, we invite scholars, designers, developers, policy-makers and provocateurs to explore the implications of innovations in technology for the future of work and its intersection with the CHI community.
Discussion and activity will be focused on the production of outputs (research questions, opportunities for innovation and design, insights) to be used as a resource in HCI research and design. These will be disseminated via the workshop website and an Interactions article.
12 February 2019: Workshop submissions
1 March 2019: Notifications of acceptance
5 May 2019: Workshop held in Glasgow, UK
We invite submissions of up to 2,000 words, which articulate their importance to discussions on the future of work. Submissions can be primarily visual but should be accompanied by a description of their relevance, and may include:
*A thought-piece, description of research, design fiction, or analysis of ethics or policy;
*A design concept, prototype or experience, illustrated through photography, video or similar;
*A novel method or tool.
Submissions should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. At least one author of each accepted position piece must attend the workshop. All participants must register for the workshop and for at least one day of the conference. Submissions will be made available on the workshop webpage.