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You are invited to submit:

  • Full Technical Papers (7-9 pages, including references, annexes, appendixes and other relevant material),

  • Proposals for Technical Talks (up to one-page abstract including short Bio of the main speaker, and description of the talk),

  • Position Papers (5-7 pages, including references, annexes, appendixes and other relevant material)

Manuscripts must be submitted as PDF files via EasyChair online submission system:

Papers should be edited using the CEUR format (see subsection below).

Papers will be peer-reviewed by the Program Committee (2-3 reviewers per paper). The workshop follows a single-blind reviewing process. However, we will also accept anonymized submissions.

We are happy to receive papers that have not been accepted for IJCAI, and we welcome the review comments if the authors want to send them as additional material. Comments can be included in the pdf, however they are out of the page limits above and will not be included as part of the camera ready version.

The workshop proceedings will be published on CEUR-WS.

Abstract Submission

May 11, 2023 (extended)

Full Manuscript

May 16, 2023 (extended)

Acceptance Notification

June 05, 2023 (extended)

Camera Ready Version

June 19, 2023 (extended)

Midnight AOE for all deadlines


Notice that despite IJCAI is hosting the workshop, the IJCAI template is not accepted any more by CEUR (publisher). The instructions below guide authors to prepare submissions:

  • The new format is named CEUR-ART. Word and latex templates are provided by the publisher:

  • Further instructions regarding these templates are available in within the subsection "CEUR-ART style files for papers".

  • To produce the pdf, use a 2-COLUMN TEMPLATE: CEUR-Template-2col.docx, CEUR-Template-2col.odt, sample-2col.tex, or sample-2col+minted.tex.

For any questions, please send an email to: AISafety Contact


  • AISafety is strictly planned and MUST be conducted as an IN-PERSON-ONLY event.

  • Given that on-line streaming may not be ensured and that the overhead necessary to support an hybrid workshop mode is not acceptable, all presenters should not consider virtual presentation as a possible mean and should therefore foresee an on-site, face-to-face participation.

  • In exceptional cases, the organizing committee shall decide whether additional means for participation are acceptable (e.g. presentation by a third party attending the conference).

  • All authors submitting a paper (Full/Position) or technical talk proposal implicitly agree with this in-person-only attending policy.

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