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Information and communication technology (ICT) has profound impact on re-designing tourism, by transforming the connections among sightseeing spot, agency, people, bus, boat, and so on. Leveraging big data from multiple sources and dramatically developing AI technologies, governments worldwide are seeking new ways to provide more satisfactory services to make their people happier. AI and Smart tourism, as a relatively new concept and vision, responds to such a request. In this conference, we hope to bring international scholars to explore the meaning, applications, practices, and issues related to AI and smart tourism. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  1. Big data analytics and business intelligence
    Chair: Albert Huang, University of the Pacific, USA
  2. Blockchain and smart technologies
    Chair:
  3. Collaborative commerce and sharing economy
    Chair: Yue Guo, King College London, UK
  4. Cultural and social issues related to electronic business
    Chair: Carol Xiaojuan Ou, Tilburg University, Netherlands
  5. Digital marketing and consumer behavior
    Chair: Chong Guan, Singapore University of Social Sciences, Singapore
  6. Digital transformations in enterprises
    Chair: Ravi Sharma, Canterbury Business School, New Zealand
  7. E-entrepreneurship
    Chair:
  8. E-governance, policy and law
    Chair: Niloufer Selvadurai, Macquarie Law School, Australia
  9. E-healthcare and gerontechnology
    Chair: Pei Lee Teh, Monash University at KL, Malaysia
    Chair: Ping Yu, University of Wollongong, Australia
  10. Knowledge management and sharing
    Chair: Michael C.L. Chau, University of Hong Kong, China
  11. New technology adoption and diffusion
    Chair: Timon C. Du, CUHK Business School, Hong Kong, China
    Chair: Feng Li, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China
  12. Security and privacy issues
    Chair: Cooper C. Y. Ku, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
    Chair: Xiong, Hu, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
  13. Smart cities and Internet of Things
    Chair: Wei-Hsi (Frank) Hung, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
  14. Smart tourism and hospitality
    Chair:
  15. Social media and social computing
    Chair: Hsinlu Chang, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
    Chair: Kai Wang, National Kaohsiung University, Taiwan
  16. Strategies and models of electronic business
    Chair:
  17. Supply chain management and e-logistics
    Chair: Benjamin Yen, University of Hong Kong, China
  18. Virtual communities and social commerce
    Chair: Jao-Hong Cheng, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
  19. Web mining and recommendation systems
    Chair:
  20. Other related issues
    Chair: Eldon Y. Li, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan


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