Inspirational Shorts

In this social event, there will be short presentations from several of our colleagues who may not have published at ICCBR recently followed by time to talk and interact with other attendees. This will give us a chance to re-connect with old friends, learn about their current work, and hopefully inspire conversations for later in the evening.

Speaker #1: Jörg Cassens, University of Hildesheim (21:00-21:10 CEST)
Title: Human Centric and Contextual AI
Abstract: Humans use patterns (e.g., cases) to make sense of their rich and chaotic world, and context to understand and model it. For this reason, in this brief talk I’ll argue for consulting with humans on problem identification before devising a solution for it.

Speaker #2: Derek Bridge, University College Cork (21:25-21:35 CEST)
Title: Quite Interesting 
Abstract: See Derek’s Talk

Speaker #3: Héctor Muñoz-Avila, National Science Foundation and Lehigh University (21:50-22:00 CEST)
Title: Understanding second generation of goal reasoners: using formal grammars to model their semantics
Abstract: Kulkarni et al. (2016)'s h-DQN is a hierarchical deep learning architecture that explicitly reasons with the goals to be achieved and the actions to achieve those goals. In this brief presentation, I am going to give a quick overview of the architecture, analyze it relative to a few dimensions in the OODA framework and Aha (2018)'s goal dimensions, and hints of how to use formal languages to define its capabilities and limitations.

Any opinion, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this presentation are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

©2021 | 29th International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning . All Rights Reserved.