Conference. AI in Education / (Dis)embodied interActIons. 24-25th of October, Nanterre (France)

The next 24 and 25th of October, the Université Paris Nanterre is organizing a conference on the use of AI in education. This first international joint conference group invites researchers from all over to join the discussion on this rapidly evolving field.  Specialists in a variety of fields, including but not to limited linguistics, education, communications, and public policy, are strongly encouraged to submit proposals.

The subthemes for the crontributions are:

  • AI & Language Teaching: reflections and suggestions from researchers to understand the significance of AI applications, including automatic assessment systems, neural machine translation tools, intelligent teaching systems (ITS), intelligent chatbots, intelligent virtual environments, machine learning (ML), natural language processing (NLP), artificial neural networks (ANNs), and affective computing (AC) in reshaping teaching and learning.
  • AI & Language Learning: papers that address students’ use of AI technologies, including how AI impacts language acquisition, contexts and motivations for AI use, the effect AI has on learner autonomy, technology and socialization, AI and the development of communication skills, AI use across cultures, and the relationship between AI use and the learner’s cognitive-affective states.
  • AI, Institutions & Polices: contributions that analyze the implementation of AI policies in academic settings, ethical concerns surrounding AI in the classroom, and the large-scale use of AI in syllabi or curricula.

** They also welcome proposals for practical workshops from language teachers and teacher trainers at all levels. These presentations should clearly present how to incorporate a specific AI tool in the language classroom.

The conference language will be English. 

Abstracts of approximately 250 words should be submitted on this website, along with a presentation title, an indicative list of references, and an indication of which subtheme your paper is associated with.  

Users will have to create an account to submit an abstract.  

If you encounter any problems during submission, don’t hesitate to contact one of the organizers (Daniel Schug – OR Hanane Sarnou –

For more information, check their web page.