1st Workshop on AI + Informetrics (AII2021) at the iConference2021, Virtual, March 17
News: The workshop proceedings of AII2021 are published now and you can see at http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2871/.
News: Since AII Workshop is hosted by iConference2021, at least one author per paper must register, see instructions here <https://www.ischools.org/Registration>.
Keynote by Prof. Ying Ding (School of Information, University of Texas at Austin): AI and Science of Science.
Keynote by Dr. Kevin Boyack (SciTech Strategies): Global Models of Science and Their Applications.
News : The organizing committee of the AI+Informetrics Workshop 2021 is aware that it is a challenging time due to the global COVID-19 pandemics. Aiming to provide a convenient time for the community to conduct high-quality research, we have decided to extend the deadline for submission to: February 20th, 2021 (ANY TIMEZONE on earth).
The following 17 papers have been accepted and will be presented at AII2021 on March 17,2021.
Driven by the big data boom, informetrics, known as the study of quantitative aspects of information, has gained great benefits from artificial intelligence (Nilsson 1998) – including a wide range of intelligent agents through techniques such as neural networks, genetic programming, computer vision, heuristic search, knowledge representation and reasoning, Bayes network, planning and language understanding. With its capacities in analyzing unstructured scalable data and streams, understanding uncertain semantics, and developing robust and repeatable models, “Artificial Intelligence + Informetrics” has demonstrated enormous success in turning big data into big value and impact by handling diverse challenges raised from multiple disciplines and research areas. For example, bibliometric-enhanced information retrieval (Mayr et al., 2014), science mapping with topic models (Suominen and Toivanen, 2016), streaming data analytics for tracking technological change (Zhang et al., 2017), and entity extraction with unsupervised machine learning techniques (Zhang and Zhang, 2019). Such endeavours with broadened perspectives from machine intelligence would portend far-reaching implications for science (Fortunato et al., 2018), but how to effectively cohere the power of AI and informetrics to create cross-disciplinary solutions is still elusive from neither theoretical nor practical perspectives.
This workshop is to gather researchers and practical users to open a collaborative platform for exchanging ideas, sharing pilot studies, and scoping future directions on this cutting-edge venue. We highlight “AI + Informetrics” as endeavors in constructing fundamental theories, developing novel methodologies, bridging conceptual knowledge with practical uses, and creating real-word solutions. Specific examples of fields of interest include:
Abstract: Artificial Intelligence (AI) has fundamentally changed every aspect of our lives. In AI, the half life of a paper could be less than one year which means that new algorithms have been developed and become out of date within just one year, sometimes could be just few months. Computer vision leads the newly development of fansinating AI algorithms, which are then diffused to natural language processing and graph mining. AI has challenged our understandings of collaboration, knoweldge diffusion, and even citing behavior. The new concepts of human-machine teaming, cognitive computing in knowledge diffusion, citing future rather past are all happening right now at the AI era. This talk will highlight several research practices and share the thoughts about the current and future of AI and Science of Science.
Dr. Ying Ding is Bill & Lewis Suit Professor at School of Information, University of Texas at Austin. Before that, she was a professor and director of graduate studies for data science program at School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering at Indiana University. She has led the effort to develop the online data science graduate program for Indiana University. She also worked as a senior researcher at Department of Computer Science, University of Innsburck (Austria) and Free University of Amsterdam (the Netherlands). She has been involved in various NIH, NSF and European-Union funded projects. She has published 240+ papers in journals, conferences, and workshops, and served as the program committee member for 200+ international conferences. She is the co-editor of book series called Semantic Web Synthesis by Morgan & Claypool publisher, the co-editor-in-chief for Data Intelligence published by MIT Press and Chinese Academy of Sciences, and serves as the editorial board member for several top journals in Information Science and Semantic Web. She is the co-founder of Data2Discovery company advancing cutting edge AI technologies in drug discovery and healthcare. Her current research interests include data-driven science of science, AI in healthcare, Semantic Web, knowledge graph, data science, scholarly communication, and the application of Web technologies.
Abstract: Global models based on full literature databases are far more accurate at characterizing the structure of science than local models that are based on keyword or journal sets. However, local models continue to form the basis of most scientometrics studies, likely due to the lack of access to full databases by most practitioners. In this presentation we 1) examine the relative accuracies of global and local models, 2) explain the applications and benefits of using global models, and 3) show how global models can be created by nearly anyone using today’s open access resources.
Dr. Kevin Boyack has been with SciTech Strategies since July 2007. Previously he worked at Sandia National Laboratories in areas of combustion, transport processes, socio-economic war gaming, and science mapping. His recent work and current interests include detailed mapping of the structure and dynamics of science and technology, accuracy of maps and classifications, merging of multiple data types and sources, identification and prediction of emerging topics, and development of advanced metrics.
The workshop will be held on March 17, 2021 (Beijing Time), and specific activities include keynotes, paper presentations session.
|BEIJING (GMT+8)||TITLE||PRESENTER||MODERATOR/SESSION CHAIR|
|PREPARATION - Setting Up|
|9:10||KEYNOTE 1: AI and Science and Science||Ying Ding||Chengzhi Zhang|
|10:10||KEYNOTE 2: Global Models of Science and Their Applications||Kevin Boyack||Yi Zhang|
|PREPARATION - Setting Up|
|SESSION 1 - AI+Informetrics for Scholarly Recommendation||Hongshu Chen|
|13:00||Research on Heterogeneous Enhanced Network Embedding for Cooperation Prediction [video]||Xin Zhang, Yi Wen and Haiyun Xu|
|13:15||Embedding-based Neural Network Models for Book Recommendation in University Libraries [video]||Jaeyoung Choi, Chaeeun Han, Heeyoon Yang, Yeonkyoung Hong, Seoyoung Jeon and Yongjun Zhu|
|13:25||Collaboration and Knowledge Networks: a Framework on Analyzing Evolution of University-industry Collaborative Innovation [video]||Hongshu Chen and Xinna Song|
|13:35||Recommendation of Academic Collaborators: A Methodology Incorporating Word Embedding and Network Embedding [video]||Xiaowen Xi, Ying Guo and Weiyu Duan|
|OPEN DISCUSSION AND BREAK|
|SESSION 2 - AI + Informetrics for Knowledge Extraction||Dongbo Wang|
|14:00||Extraction of Sentences Describing Originality from Conclusion in Academic Papers [video]||Bolin Hua and Youngkug Shin|
|14:15||Building the Extraction Model of the Software Entities from Full-Text of Research Articles Based on BERT [video]||Chuan Jiang, Dongbo Wang, Si Shen, Wenhao Ye and Jiangfeng Liu|
|14:25||Automatic Identification and Classification of Integrated Knowledge Content in an Interdisciplinary Field: A Case Study on eHealth [video]||Shiyun Wang, Jin Mao and Hao Xie.|
|14:35||Automatic Related Work Section Generation by Sentence Extraction and Reordering [video]||Zekun Deng, Zixin Zeng, Weiye Gu, Jiawen Ji and Bolin Hua|
|OPEN DISCUSSION AND BREAK|
|SESSION 3: AI+Informetrics for Information Studies||Arash Hajikhani|
|15:00||Text Mining on Job Advertisement Data: Systematic Process for Detecting Artificial Intelligence Related Jobs [video]||Asta Back, Arash Hajikhani and Arho Suominen|
|15:10||Attention: to Better Stand on the Shoulders of Giants [video]||Sha Yuan, Zhou Shao, Yu Zhang, Tong Xiao and Yifan Wang|
|15:25||Measuring Interdisciplinary Interactions Using Citation Analysis and Semantic Analysis [video]||Lu Huang, Xingxing Ni, Xiang Chen and Yi Zhang|
|15:40||Study Concept Drift in 150-year English Literature [video]||Ruiyuan Li, Pin Tian and Shenghui Wang.|
|OPEN DISCUSSION AND BREAK|
|SESSION 4: AI+Informetrics for Science, Technology & Innovation||Shuo Xu|
|16:00||Important Citations Identification with Semi-supervised Classification Model [video]||Xin An, Xin Sun and Shuo Xu|
|16:15||Emerging Technology Opportunity Identification Based on Community Detection and Burst Detection: A Case study of Intelligent Robots [video]||Jingwen Luo, Fang Zou, Yujie Peng and Ying Huang|
|16:25||The Interrelation of Sustainable Development Goals in Publications and Patents: A Machine Learning Approach [video]||Arash Hajikhani and Arho Suominen|
|16:35||Research Performance Prediction for Scientists Using LSTM Neural Networks [video]||Junwan Liu and Rui Wang|
|16:45||ITGInsight - Discovering and Visualizing Science, Technology and Innovation Information for Generating Competitive Technological Intelligence [video]||Xuefeng Wang, Shuo Zhang and Yuqin Liu|
|OPEN DISCUSSION AND BREAK|
|17:00||CLOSE - Wrap Up||Philipp Mayr, Arho Suominen, Chengzhi Zhang, Yi Zhang|
You are invited to participate in the 1st Workshop on AI + Informetrics (AII2021) to be held as a virtual event as part of the iConference2021, Virtual, on March 28-31, 2021. See CFP via: https://easychair.org/cfp/AII2021.
All papers should be submitted as PDF files to EasyChair. All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. The following paper categories are welcome:
All submissions must be written in English, following Springer’s prescribed LNCS template. and should be submitted as PDF files to EasyChair.
We accept two types Regular Papers:
We welcome submissions detailing original, early findings, works in progress and industrial applications of “artificial intelligence + informetrics” for a special poster/demo session, possibly with a 3-minute presentation in the main session. Poster/demo submissions should be vivid, with brief textual descriptions.
All poster/domo abstracts must follow Springer’s prescribed LNCS template. Abstracts can be up to 2,500 words in length (excluding references). Abstracts must be fully anonymized.
All dates are Anywhere on Earth (AoE).
Submission deadline: Feb 20, 2021
Notification date: Mar 3, 2021
Final camera-ready versions due: Mar 15, 2021
Workshop: Mar 17, 2021
All submissions will be reviewed by at least two independent reviewers. Please be aware of the fact that once the paper is accepted, at least one author per paper needs to register for the workshop and attend the workshop to present the work. In light of the recent events regarding the Coronavirus, AII2021 will be an all-virtual workshop as iConference will be online only.
Workshop proceedings will be deposited online in the CEUR workshop proceedings publication service. This way the proceedings will be permanently available and citable (digital persistent identifiers and long-term preservation).
Accepted submissions will be invited to submit to our special issue in Scientometrics. Detailed information of this SCIM special issue could be found on the website: https://ai-informetrics.github.io/special-issue/ and the open call for papers.
Yi Zhang (email@example.com) is a Lecturer at the Centre for Artificial Intelligence, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Australia. He received dual PhD degrees, one from Beijing Institute of Technology, China and the other from UTS. He has authored more than 50 publications. His current research interests align with bibliometrics, text analytics, and information systems. He serves as diverse roles (e.g., Associate Editor, Editorial Board Member, and Managing Guest Editor) for one IEEE Trans and four other international journals. He is also a PC Member of several international conferences. (https://www.uts.edu.au/staff/yi.zhang)
Chengzhi Zhang (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a professor of Department of Information Management, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China. He received his PhD degree of Information Science from Nanjing University, China. He has published more than 100 publications, including JASIST, Aslib JIM, JOI, OIR, SCIM, ACL, NAACL, etc. His current research interests include scientific text mining, knowledge entity extraction and evaluation, social media mining. He serves as Editorial Board Member and Managing Guest Editor for 10 international journals (Patterns, OIR, TEL, IDD, NLE, JDIS, DIM, DI, etc.) and PC members of several international conferences in fields of natural language process and scientometrics. (https://chengzhizhang.github.io/)
Philipp Mayr ( email@example.com) is a team leader at the GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences department Knowledge Technologies for the Social Sciences (WTS). He received his PhD in applied informetrics and information retrieval from the Berlin School of Library and Information Science at Humboldt University Berlin. He has published in top conferences and prestigious journals in the areas informetrics, information retrieval and digital libraries. His research group focuses on methods and techniques for interactive information retrieval and data set search. He was the main organizer of the BIR workshops at ECIR 2014-2020 and the BIRNDL workshops at JCDL 2016 and SIGIR 2017-2019. (https://philippmayr.github.io/)
Arho Suominen (Arho.Suominen@vtt.fi) is Principal Scientist at the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and Industrial professor at Tampere University (Finland). Dr. Suominen’s research focuses on qualitative and quantitative assessment of innovation systems with a special focus on quantitative methods. His prior research has been funded by the European Commission via H2020, Academy of Finland, Finnish Funding Agency for Technology, Turku University Foundation and the Fulbright Center Finland. Through the Fulbright program, he worked as Visiting Scholar at the School of Public Policy at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Dr. Suominen has a Doctor of Science (Tech.) degree from the University of Turku and holds an Officers basic degree from the National Defence University of Finland. (https://cris.vtt.fi/en/persons/arho-suominen)
All questions about submissions should be emailed to Organizing Committee.
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