Pre-recorded talks are available to view at your convenience on this website.
During the live sessions, presentations have been assigned a one-hour slot
during which we ask at least one author to be available to interact
synchronously with participants on gather town. (Think of it like a virtual conference poster session where authors can interact with participants).
There are two ways of enjoying the conference this year:
ICWSM Lite - The MiniConf and Slack experience. Similar to last year’s ICWSM,
participants can choose a largely solo journey through the talks and
events in ICWSM but still meet up with others through Slack (icwsm-2021.slack.com) and the
single-track events. Limited opportunities to interact with paper
authors, but you can always invite them to catch up on Slack.
ICWSM Deluxe - The Gathertown, MiniConf, and Slack experience. Enrich
your conference experience by hanging out in a custom-designed green
space, much like your favorite spot on campus. Walk to your next session
with your friends. Ask questions of the authors of the papers you really
dig. Bump into the keynote speakers on your way to the next session.
Hang out with the organising committee and ask all your burning
questions. And when the sessions are over, unwind with new friends over
a game of scribbl.
You can find the times for all the live sessions using the Schedule, where you can choose
your timezone and find live sessions that work for you.
Share papers, workshops, and demos by using the hashtag #ICWSM2021
Code of Conduct
All persons, organizations and entities that attend AAAI conferences and events are subject to the standards of conduct set forth on the AAAI Code of Conduct for Events and Conferences. AAAI expects all community members to formally endorse this code of conduct, and to actively prevent and discourage any undesired behaviors. Everyone should feel empowered to politely engage when they or others are disrespected, and to raise awareness and understanding of this code of conduct. AAAI event participants asked to stop their unacceptable behavior are expected to comply immediately. Sponsors are also subject to this code of conduct in their participation in AAAI events.
Additionally, participants are encouraged to be courteous when sharing screen captures and photographs of conference events. Seek permission when possible and respect requests to take down images if those featured ask. Concerns around code of conduct or inclusion may be sent to email@example.com.
Any community member can report violations of the ICWSM Code of Conduct. Reports can be named or anonymous. We encourage peers and especially senior community members to make reports on behalf of colleagues who are not in a position to do so themselves, preferably with their consent. Options for reporting are as follows:
Contact anyone on the ICWSM 2021 reporting response team: Eni Mustafaraj, David Schoch and Kokil Jaidka:
via private message on the ICWSM Gather Virtual Space