BHAVI 2023-10 Symposium
IEEE Guardians 2023 Conference
The BHAVI 2023 October Symposium with title Guardians 2023 Conference will be held Monday October 9 as a virtual meeting at 09:00 - 13:30 PDT. Guardians 2023 will be held as an online event in our series of annual Guardians of Truth and Integrity Conferences. There will be no registration fees charged for attendance at this symposium held via GoToMeeting videoconference at meet.goto.com/545479117. With technical and publishing support from IEEE, this workshop will be co-sponsored by the Technical Community on Multimedia Computing (TCMC) and the Technical Community on Semantic Computing (TCSEM) of the IEEE Computer Society. There will be no registration fees charged for attendance at this half day workshop open to the public.
At Guardians 2023, we honor Dr. Anthony Fauci as our 2023 Guardian of Truth and Integrity.
- Dr. Nan Laird, Harvard University, Boston MA
- Dr. Walter Scheirer, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame IN
- Dr. Alicia Andrzejewski, William & Mary, Williamsburg VA
The October 9 online workshop will ask the question Who are the Guardians of Truth and Integrity? and discuss the use of mis-information, dis-information, anti-information, caco-information, and mal-information in science, engineering, and medicine. All times listed below in this program schedule are PDT (California time).
- 09:15 Dr. Nan Laird and Dr. Julian Hecker, Fallacies and Pitfalls in Genome-Wide Association Studies (JH slides, NL slides, JH+NL video)
- 10:15 Dr. Walter Scheirer, Photoshop Fantasies: Why is there so much fake stuff on the Internet? (WS slides, WS video)
- 11:15 Dr. Alicia Andrzejewski, Academic Ghosting: Towards an Academy of Truth-Telling (AA slides, AA video)
- 12:30 D Kristanto, Multiverse in fMRI Analysis (DK slides, DK video)
- 13:00 K Taswell, Consistent Bibliographic Data Formats with the BabbleNewt Project (KT slides, KT video)
- 13:30 A Craig, Managing Lexical-Semantic Hybrid Records of FAIR Metrics Analyses with the NPDS Cyberinfrastructure (AC slides, AC video)
- 14:00 C Taswell, Reproducibility, Reliability, and Integrity in Scholarly Research: What Accountability for Willful Disregard? (CT slides, CT video)
- A. Craig et al 2019, DREAM Principles and FAIR Metrics from the PORTAL-DOORS Project for the Semantic Web, DOI 10.1109/ECAI46879.2019.9042003
- S. K. Taswell et al 2020, The Hitchhiker's Guide to Scholarly Research Integrity, DOI 10.1002/pra2.223
- A. Athreya et al 2020, The Essential Enquiry 'Equal or Equivalent Entities?' About Two Things as Same, Similar, Related, or Different, DOI 10.48085/PEDADC885
- S. K. Taswell et al 2021, Truth in Science, DOI 10.48085/M85EC99EE
- A. Craig et al 2022, Motivating and Maintaining Ethics, Equity, Effectiveness, Efficiency, and Expertise in Peer Review, DOI 10.48085/I5B147D9D