The following papers were accepted for inclusion in the workshop:

Author(s) Title
Shashank Ahire and Michael Rohs Essential factors for Emergent Users in Smart Speakers
Fatemeh Alizadeh and Gunnar Stevens Voices of the Past: The Promise and Perils of VUIs for Home-Based Memory Recall
Vino Avanesi, Thomas Mildner, Nima Zargham, Nina Wenig, Andreas Hepp, and Rainer Malaka Using Procedural Rhetoric To Identify Iniquitous Design As CUI-Specific Dark Patterns
Cameron Cassidy, Sohyeon Park, and Stacy Marie Branham Alexa, Siri, and Cortana Walk into a Library: The Potential of Voice Assistants in Creating Accessible Co-Reading Experiences
Andrea Cuadra and Jackie (Junrui) Yang Inclusive needs assessments should be the foundation for motivating technical CUI research
Elaine Czech, Ewan Soubutts, and Aisling O’Kane CUIs for Chronic Health Care
Smit Desai and Jessie Chin Open Issues in Designing VUIs to Support Older Adults Seeking Health Information
Guanyu Huang and Roger K. Moore Better Curious Than Smart?: Enhance Inclusiveness Between Mismatched Conversational Partners: An Opinion Paper
Daniel T. Kessler A Basis for Narrative Reframing Agents
Rucha Khot, Minha Lee, and Rens Brankaert Robots for Temporal Experiences: Co-Designing with People with Dementia
Daniel Lange, Wilko Heuten, Mazen Salous, and Larbi Abdenebaoui CeeUI - Accessible Virtual Reality for the Blind and Visually Impaired: Challenges and Opportunities
Gabriela Molina León Advancing Inclusive Design in Multiple Dimensions
Aaleyah Lewis, Jay L. Cunningham, Orevaoghene Ahia, and James Fogarty Towards Intersectional CUI Design Approaches for African American English Speakers with Dysfuencies
Yunxing Liu Empowering Elderly Care Service through Inclusive CUI Design
Sanika Moharana, Patrick Carrington, Christina N Harrington Inclusive Design of CUIs Across the Intersection of Race and Disability
Isabela Motta and Manuela Quaresma Increasing transparency to design inclusive Conversational Agents (CAs)
Oda Elise Nordberg and Frode Guribye Inclusive Conversational User Interfaces for Adults with ADHD
Elif Ecem Özkan, Lorenzo Jamone, Julian Hough, and Patrick G. T. Healey Piloting A Novel Framework for Robust Multimodal Disfluency Detection
Sebestian Anupam Palma, Rucha Khot, and Minha Lee Can CUIs improve circadian rhythm disorders among the elderly?
Ryan Paul and David R. Flatla Improving Software Developer Awareness of Web Accessibility via ‘Accessibility Conversational Agents’
Claudio Pinhanez How to Structure the Design Workshop of a Conversational Language Aid for/with an Indigenous Community?
Yvon Ruitenburg, Wijnand IJsselsteijn, Linde Meuzelaar, Panos Markopoulos, and Minha Lee Adjusting Conversational User Interfaces to fit Communication Needs of People with Dementia
Gian-Luca Savino and Thomas Mildner From Route Descriptions to Route Conversations: The Next Evolution of CUI Interactions for Navigation
Patrick Stadler and Stefan Schaffer WidgetExplorer: A Rapid Prototyping and Evaluation Platform to Design Chatbots for all User Groups
Verena Traubinger and Martin Gaedke Inclusive Indoor-Navigation Systems With Conversational User Interfaces
Christina Wei and Anastasia Kuzminykh Examining Marginalization in the Financial Industry Related to Conversational Agents
Kimi V. Wenzel and Geoff Kaufman Challenges in Designing Racially Inclusive Language Technologies