As a member of the IHCI Society, individuals are expected to contribute to the advancement of the field of intelligent human-computer interaction. This includes but is not limited to:
Participating in discussions and activities organized by the IHCI Society and its members.
Sharing knowledge and expertise in the area of HCI research with other members of the society.
Collaborating with other members on research projects that aim to improve the quality of human life through innovation and technology.
Following the code of conduct established by the IHCI Society, and maintaining a professional attitude in all interactions.
Attending and presenting research at IHCI events, including workshops and conferences organized by the society.
Additionally, IHCI Society members may have specific responsibilities depending on their role within the organization. For example, key members or heads of IHCI societies may be responsible for actively participating in the society and promoting the IHCI mission in their region or country. All members are expected to follow the decisions made by the IHCI Society's Council, which requires a majority vote of 50% plus one to pass.