[hpc-announce] CFP EGETC2022: First International Electronic Governance with Emerging Technologies Conference
anastasija.nikiforova at lu.lv
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First International Electronic Governance with Emerging Technologies Conference
12-14 September, 2022
All accepted papers will be published in Proceedings by Springer, and will be submitted for indexation by Scopus, Web of Science (Wos), Google Scholar, SCImago, among others<http://link.springer.com/>.
This is the First Call for Papers of EGET-2022 - an international gathering to bring researchers and governments into the ultimate developments and applications suitable for governments using Artificial Intelligence techniques, IoT, Big Data, and other emerging technologies. AI can play a crucial role in supporting the perpetual fight of the public sector to simplify processes or increase efficiency. The escalating demand for services that better answer changing user expectations of responsiveness and personalization, linked with higher expectations on the role of the government in the digital age, requires a technologically mature public sector.
The current wave of digital transformation in government can use AI to deliver services closer to users’ needs and preferences and thus have the potential to improve them. Specifically, the conference aims to advance both research and practice worldwide on cutting-edge technology to improve governance.
Topics of interest include, but not limited to:
Intelligent systems for crisis management
Distributed ledgers and Blockchains: governance, decentralized autonomous organizations (DAO)
Machine Learning (ML), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Big Data management for Public Sector
Privacy, security and legal Informatics - AI and Law
Open Data, Open Government Data: transparency, trust, public participation, co-creation and Open Innovation
Digital transformation and Society 5.0
Linked Data, Linked Open Data (LOD)
Semantic E-government applications
Public Sector Knowledge Representation
Decision Support Systems (DSS) in Digital Governance
Natural Language Processing (NLP)
Bots, Automation agents, Self-learning systems
Cryptocurrencies and incentive mechanism design
Multimedia and multilingual systems
This event is an excellent resource for AI scientists, computer scientists, researchers, higher education students, professors, and academicians and government officials.
Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit on or before May 30, 2022, a full paper according to Springer guidelines resources (Springer Guide<https://www.springer.com/gp/authors-editors/book-authors-editors/your-publication-journey/manuscript-preparation>).
All accepted papers will be published in Proceedings by Springer, and will be submitted for indexation by Scopus, WoS, Google Scholar, SCImago, among others, and will be available in the <http://link.springer.com/> SpringerLink Digital Library<http://link.springer.com/>.
All proposals should be submitted through the Easychair
Springer (Approval is pending)
Submission Deadline May 30, 2022
Notification Due June 30, 2022
Final Version Due July 30, 2022
Event September 12-14, 2022
Fernando Ortiz-Rodriguez, Autonoma de Tamaulipas, Mexico
Sanju Tiwari, Autonoma de Tamaulipas, Mexico
Miguel-Angel Sicilia, University of Alcalá, Spain
Anastasija Nikiforova, University of Latvia, Latvia
Expert of the Latvian Council of Sciences - commission of (1) Natural Sciences – Computer Science and Informatics, (2) Engineering and Technology-Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)
Associate member of the Latvian Open Technologies Association
University of Latvia, Faculty of Computing
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