aaai workshop 2020

The 2020 AAAAI Virtual Annual Meeting includes recordings of various sessions originally programmed for the 2020 AAAAI Annual Meeting. For complete information about options in AAAI 2021, please see the AAAI 2021 web page. This workshop is positioned as a forum to present and discuss novel research directions in interactive and conversational recommender systems as well as constituent AI technologies that represent the next generation of recommender systems and personalized, conversational assistants. Artificial Intelligence (AI) promises to take RPA to new heights, but so far the AI research efforts related to the different aspects of RPA have been largely isolated. However, industry level scalability and skill/task generalization still remains an open challenge for current AI tools. Topics of interest to this workshop bring together research being conducted in a range of areas, including classical planning, knowledge engineering, partial policies and reinforcement learning, plan verification, and model checking. AAAI 2020. All submissions must be original contributions, following the AAAI-20 formatting guidelines. Running businesses on top of cloud services (e.g., SaaS, PaaS, IaaS) is becoming the core of digital transformation. The manual knowledge discovery and extraction process is usually low in efficiency, error prone, and inconsistent. Workshop registration is available for workshop only registrants or for AAAI-20 technical registrants at a discounted rate. A holistic analysis should integrate the technological and ethical perspectives into the engineering problem, considering both the theoretical and practical challenges of AI safety. What is the status of existing approaches in ensuring AI and Machine Learning (ML) safety and what are the gaps? As part of a “sister” workshop (AISafety 2019), we started the “AI Safety Landscape” initiative. AAAI-20 is the Thirty-Fourth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence. AAAI-20 Student Outreach Workshop February 8-9, 2020 in New York City A Fun, Hands-On Introduction to AI and Robotics Undergraduates with an interest in AI and intelligent robots are invited to apply to the AAAI-20 Student Outreach Workshop to be held February 8-9, 2020 in New York City. Additionally, with the concurrent advancements in machine learning capabilities, there are algorithms and tools with the impressive ability to automatically analyze and classify massive amounts of data in complex scenarios, but deploying them in specific domains can be challenging. To provide proper alerts and timely response, public health officials and researchers systematically gather news and other reports about suspected disease outbreaks, bioterrorism, and other events of potential international public health concern, from a wide range of formal and informal sources. Short papers, which describe a position on the topic of the workshop or a demonstration/tool, may be no longer than 4 pages, references included. The workshop will include paper presentation sessions. Attendance: Expected 60-70 attendees. However, the context-specific characteristics of human affect suggest the need to measure in ways that recognize multiple interpretations of human responses. In team sports, real-world data is available over long periods of time, about the same individuals and teams, in a variety of environmental contexts, thereby creating a unique live test-bed for AI and ML techniques. We accept two types of submissions – full research paper no longer than 8 pages and short/poster paper with 2-4 pages. Despite these successes, graph neural networks (GNNs) still face many challenges, namely. There is an urgent need to highlight the crucial role of reasoning methods, like constraints satisfaction, planning and scheduling, and learning working together with them, can play to build an end-to-end conversation system that evolves over time. For questions about the submission process, contact the workshop co-chairs. This one-day workshop intends to bring experts from machine learning, security communities, and federated learning together to work more closely in addressing the posed concerns. From the practical side, conversation systems need to be designed for working with people in a manner that they can explain their reasoning, convince humans about choices among alternatives, and can stand up to ethical standards demanded in real life settings. Like other systems, ML systems must meet quality requirements. The workshop will last span a full day and will include invited talks, oral and poster presentations of submitted work, a panel and open discussion on how to make research results presented at AAAI reproducible. Supplemental workshop site: http://safeaiw.org/. Notification of acceptance: December 11, 2019, Final camera-ready papers due: December 18, 2019, Praveen Paritosh, Kurt Bollacker, Maria Stone, Lora Aroyo, Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence, AI for Social Impact Special Track Schedule, AAAI/ACM Conference on AI, Ethics, and Society (AIES 2020), W1: Affective Content Analysis (AffCon 2020): Interactive Affective Response, W2: Artificial Intelligence for Cyber Security (AICS), W3: Artificial Intelligence for Education, W4: Artificial Intelligence in Team Sports, W5: Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT), W6: Artificial Intelligence Safety (SafeAI), W7: Cloud Intelligence: AI/ML for Efficient and Manageable Cloud Services, W8: Deep Learning on Graphs: Methodologies and Applications, W9: Dialog System Technology Challenge (DSTC8), W10: Engineering Dependable and Secure Machine Learning Systems, W14: Intelligent Process Automation — RPA Meets AI, W15: Interactive and Conversational Recommendation Systems (WICRS), W16: Knowledge Discovery from Unstructured Data in Financial Services, W17: Plan, Activity, and Intent Recognition (PAIR), W18: Privacy-Preserving Artificial Intelligence, W19: Reasoning and Learning for Human-Machine Dialogues (DEEP-DIAL20), W20: Reasoning for Complex Question Answering, W22: Reproducibility in AI (RAI 2020) – Future Direction and Reproducibility Challenge, https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ai4edu, http://www.cse.msu.edu/~wangzh65/AI4EDU/index.html, https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/AIOTW2019/Submission/Index, https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=SafeAI2020, https://www.aaai.org/Publications/Templates/AuthorKit20.zip, https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/CIEMCS2020/Submission/Index, https://cloudintelligenceworkshop.github.io/, https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=dlgma2020, https://deep-learning-graphs.bitbucket.io/dlg-aaai20/, https://sites.google.com/dstc.community/dstc8/paper-submission, https://sites.google.com/dstc.community/dstc8/home, https://sites.google.com/view/edsmls2020/home, https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=genplan20, https://www.blueprism.com/events/AAAI-20-Workshop-on-Intelligent-Process-Automation, https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=pairaaai2020, http://www.planrec.org/PAIR/Resources.html, https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ppai20, https://www2.isye.gatech.edu/~fferdinando3/cfp/PPAI20, https://sites.google.com/view/deep-dial-2019/, https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=deepdial20, https://sites.google.com/view/deep-dial2020, https://folk.idi.ntnu.no/odderik/RAI-2020/Suggested_Readings.pdf, https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=rai2020, https://folk.idi.ntnu.no/odderik/RAI-2020/, Deep learning-based models for affect modeling in content (image, audio, and video), Affective human-agent, -computer, and-robot interaction, Measurement and evaluation of affective content, Consumer psychology at scale from big data, Affect lexica for online marketing communication, Multimodal emotion recognition and sentiment analysis, Affect and Cognitive Content Measurement in Text, Computational models for consumer behavior theories, Psycho-linguistics, including stylometrics and typography, Bridging the gap between consumer psychology and computational linguistics, Human-machine teaming and human computer interactions, Machine learning approaches to make cyber systems secure and resilient, Formal reasoning, with focus on human element, in cyber systems, Game Theoretic reasoning in cyber security, Multi-agent interaction/agent-based modeling in cyber systems, Modeling and simulation of cyber systems and system components, Decision making under uncertainty in cyber systems, Automation of data labeling and ML techniques that learn to learn, Quantitative human behavior models with application to cyber security, Operational and commercial applications of AI, Full-length papers (up to 8 pages in AAAI format), Challenge problem papers (up to 8 pages in AAAI format), Immersive learning and multimedia applications, Intelligent Tutoring and Monitoring Systems, Learning technology for Lifelong Learning, Learning tools experiences and Cases of Study, Education Analytic approaches, methods, and tools, Learning analytics and educational Data Mining, Wearable computing technology In e-learning, Tactical Decision Making, Player Acquisition and Performance Prediction. It will include invited talks, presentations of contributed papers, and a panel discussion. This year’s AICS emphasis will be on human-machine teaming within the context of cyber security problems and will specifically explore collaboration between human operators and AI technologies. Participation in each workshop is in the range of 25-65 participants, and participation is usually by invitation from the workshop organizers. Sports is a domain that has grown significantly over the last 20 years to become a key driver of many economies. Further, cyber security application areas- with a particular emphasis on the characterization and deployment of human-machine teaming- will be the focus. The workshop will end with a fishbowl-style discussion among the organizers and participants to decide on future directions for the workshop and the research community. The workshop encourages submissions on innovative technologies and applications that leverage AI/ML for efficient and manageable cloud services. All rights reserved. This year we are asking the AI for cyber security community to submit solutions to a challenge problem. Therefore, it is timely and necessary to provide a venue, which can bring together academia researchers and education practitioners (1) to discuss the principles, limitations and applications of AI for education; and (2) to foster research on innovative algorithms, novel techniques, and new applications to education. Finally, the workshop will welcome papers that describe the release of privacy-preserving benchmarks and datasets that can be used by the community to solve fundamental problems of interest, including in machine learning and optimization for health systems and urban networks, to mention but a few examples. All submissions must be anonymous and conform to AAAI standards for double-blind review. Martin Michalowski, Cochair, (University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, martinm@umn.edu); Arash Shaban-Nejad, Cochair, (The University of Tennessee Health Science Center – Oak-Ridge National Lab (UTHSC-ORNL) Center for Biomedical Informatics, ashabann@uthsc.edu); Szymon Wilk, (Poznan University of Technology); David L. Buckeridge, (McGill University); John S. Brownstein, (Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard University); Byron C. Wallace, (Northeastern University); Michael J. Paul, (The University of Colorado Boulder), Supplemental workshop site: http://w3phiai2020.w3phi.com/. However, adoption of such datasets is typically driven by the mere existence and size of a dataset without proper scrutiny of its scope, quality, and limitations. Workshop registration is available for workshop only registrants or for AAAI-20 technical registrants at a discounted rate. In addition, such automated processes should be safe, robust and explainable. The AAAI-20 workshop program includes 23 workshops covering a wide range of topics in artificial intelligence. Three types of submissions are solicited: Paper Submissions should be made through the workshop EasyChair web site: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=wicrs20, Scott Sanner (University of Toronto), Tyler Lu (Google Research), Joyce Chai (University of Michigan), Deepak Ramachandran (Google Research)Email: wicrs20@easychair.org, Supplemental workshop site: https://sites.google.com/view/wicrs2020. They often reveal sensitive personal information that can be exploited, without the knowledge and/or consent of the involved individuals, for various purposes including monitoring, discrimination, and illegal activities. The workshop targets creating an interdisciplinary forum for researchers and practitioners from the fields mentioned above. Do not mail submissions to AAAI. We invite researchers and industrial practitioners to submit their original contributions following the AAAI format through EasyChair (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=w3phiai20). All questions about submissions should be emailed to Sarah Keren at sarah.e.keren@gmail.com. We accept submissions of paper that are under review to other venues, including AAAI'20. Cloud services will have built-in capabilities of self-monitoring, self-diagnosis, and self-healing – all with low human intervention without compromising the service quality or the user experience. As there is no commonly accepted conference for this work, the workshop we propose will provide a valuable place to discuss, standardize and improve past work of this sub-field. Attendance is open to all. a full paper reporting on novel technical contributions or work in progress (AAAI style, up to 7 pages excluding references). Public health authorities and researchers collect data from many sources and analyze these data together to estimate the incidence and prevalence of different health conditions, as well as related risk factors. However, reproducing results from AI research publications is not easily accomplished. Specifically, the workshop will encourage active participation from researchers in the following communities, and integration thereof: satisfiability, knowledge representation, constraint satisfaction and programming, (inductive) logic programming, graphical models and probabilistic reasoning, statistical learning, relational embeddings, neural-symbolic integration, graph mining and probabilistic databases. However, the wider problem of dialog management is unaddressed with mainstream tools supporting rudimentary rule-based processing. We hope to see you at KDD-2020 in San Diego! Continuous V&V and predictability of AI safety properties, Runtime monitoring and (self-)adaptation of AI safety, Accountability, responsibility and liability of AI-based systems, Avoiding negative side effects in AI-based systems, Role and effectiveness of oversight: corrigibility and interruptibility, Loss of values and the catastrophic forgetting problem, Confidence, self-esteem and the distributional shift problem, Safety of Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) systems and the role of generality, Self-explanation, self-criticism and the transparency problem, Regulating AI-based systems: safety standards and certification, Human-in-the-loop and the scalable oversight problem, Experiences in AI-based safety-critical systems, including industrial processes, health, automotive systems, robotics, critical infrastructures, among others. AAAI-20 Workshop Program. A crucial ingredient is the role of crowdsourcing in operationalizing empirical ways for evaluating, comparing, and assessing the progress. Copyright © 1995–2019 AAAI, Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence, AI for Social Impact Special Track Schedule, AAAI/ACM Conference on AI, Ethics, and Society (AIES 2020), https://aaai.org/Conferences/AAAI-20/ws20/, W1: Affective Content Analysis (AffCon 2020): Interactive Affective Response, W2: Artificial Intelligence for Cyber Security (AICS), W3: Artificial Intelligence for Education, W4: Artificial Intelligence in Team Sports, W5: Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT), W6: Artificial Intelligence Safety (SafeAI), W7: Cloud Intelligence: AI/ML for Efficient and Manageable Cloud Services, W8: Deep Learning on Graphs: Methodologies and Applications, W9: Dialog System Technology Challenge (DSTC8), W10: Engineering Dependable and Secure Machine Learning Systems, W14: Intelligent Process Automation — RPA Meets AI, W15: Interactive and Conversational Recommendation Systems (WICRS), W16: Knowledge Discovery from Unstructured Data in Financial Services, W17: Plan, Activity, and Intent Recognition (PAIR), W18: Privacy-Preserving Artificial Intelligence, W19: Reasoning and Learning for Human-Machine Dialogues (DEEP-DIAL20), W20: Reasoning for Complex Question Answering, W22: Reproducibility in AI (RAI 2020) – Future Direction and Reproducibility Challenge. It plays a crucial role in a wide variety of applications including: This wide-spread diversity of applications and disciplines, while producing a wealth of ideas and results, has contributed to fragmentation in the field, as researchers publish relevant results in a wide spectrum of journals and conferences. Accepted papers will be published on the workshop’s website. We invite submissions of relevant work that be of interest to the workshop. Position papers for the AI Safety Landscape (2-4 pages). DSTC, the Dialog System Technology Challenge, has been a premier research competition for dialog systems since its inception in 2013. However, such progress is contingent on addressing key problems such as: how to obtain commonsense knowledge; how to encode it into usable models and structures that are suitably agnostic of the specific reasoning technique employed; the (automated) construction of large-scale and cross-domain knowledge bases that store such knowledge; and measuring the progress in the state-of-the-art models and showing an advantage from using commonsense knowledge on standardized datasets. Papers must be formatted in AAAI two-column, camera-ready style; see the 2020 author kit for details: http://www.aaai.org/Publications/Templates/AuthorKit20.zipSubmissions may have up to 8 pages with page 8 containing nothing but references. How to free people from the mundane and repetitive parts of their daily workload? Further, there is a mad rush by companies to release chatbots to show their AI capabilities and gain market valuation. The affective understanding of conversations focuses on the problem of how speakers use affect to react to a situation and to each other. Submission site: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=rai2020, Odd Erik Gundersen (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, odderik@ntnu.no),David W. Aha (Naval Research Laboratory, david.aha@nrl.navy.mil), Daniel Garijo (Univeristy of Southern California, dgarijo@isi.edu), Supplemental workshop site: https://folk.idi.ntnu.no/odderik/RAI-2020/. Weta Cave Museum, Wellington. Contributions of research results are sought in the following areas of: Due to the diversity of disciplines engaging in this area, related contributions in other fields, are also welcome. There is a growing interest in understanding how humans initiate and hold conversations. Papers that introduce new theoretical concepts or methods, help to develop a better understanding of new emerging concepts through extensive experiments, or demonstrate a novel application of these methods to a domain are encouraged. This has led to a massive increase of the amount of data that must be analyzed to achieve situational awareness- the scale of which is beyond human capabilities. Workshops are one day unless noted otherwise in the individual description. What safety engineering considerations are required to develop safe human-machine interaction? Dell Zhang, Cochair (Birkbeck, University of London, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HX, UK, dell.z@ieee.org), Andre Freitas, Cochair (University of Manchester, Kilburn Building, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL, UK, andre.freitas@manchester.ac.uk), Dacheng Tao (University of Sydney, dacheng.tao@sydney.edu.au), Dawn Song (UC Berkeley, dawnsong@cs.berkeley.edu), Supplemental workshop site: https://www.blueprism.com/events/AAAI-20-Workshop-on-Intelligent-Process-Automation. We invite all the teams participated in DSTC8 to submit their work to this workshop. Technical topics include, but are not limited to: The common theme is that the learning system’s output would not be simply class labels or numerical predictions, but structured & executable processes, which makes it more challenging than most of today’s machine learning research problems. Historical work on recommender systems focused on interactive and conversational aspects as evidenced by the large literature on critiquing-based interaction dating back to the 1990’s. If the organizer is planning a formal publication, they will provide specific information about how to submit camera-ready copy. May 9 – 13, 2020. To address the scarcity of standardized baselines, datasets, and evaluation metrics for cross-disciplinary affective content analysis, submissions describing new language resources, evaluation metrics, and standards for affect analysis and understanding are also strongly encouraged. Special issues in flagship academic journals are under consideration to host the extended versions of best/selected papers in the workshop. This is especially the case for non- traditional online resources such as social networks, blogs, news feed, twitter posts, and online communities with the sheer size and ever-increasing growth and change rate of their data. The scope of the workshop includes, but is not limited to, the following areas: The workshop will consist of a welcome session, a keynote talk, full/short paper presentations, demos, and posters. 2020 AAAI Author Kit; AAAI is pleased to present the AAAI-20 Workshop Program. Registration information will be mailed directly to all invited participants in December. We are grateful for your support of our research community. Work-in-progress papers, demos, and visionary papers are also welcome. Principally among them are: 1) Determining optimal techniques to improve AI performance given targeted, limited human input, 2) understanding the extent to which the interaction between humans and AI introduces an attack surface for adversarial techniques to influence the performance of both the human and computer systems, 3) establishing and quantifying trust between humans and AI systems, 4) providing explainable AI where humans are required to do ‘last mile’ synthesis of information provided from a black box algorithm, and 5) defining the scope in which an AI system can operate autonomously in distinct cyber security domains while maintaining safety. AAAI is pleased to present the AAAI-20 Workshop Program. This workshop is structured to encourage a lively exchange of ideas between researchers in these communities from the academic, public, and commercial sectors. CFP website (EasyChair): https://easychair.org/cfp/PAIR2020Submission website (EasyChair): https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=pairaaai2020. When these evaluations rely on crowdsourced datasets or methodologies, we are interested in the meta-questions around characterization of those methodologies. While research in AI for team sports has grown over the last 20 years, it is as yet unclear how they relate to each other or build upon each other as they tend to either focus on specific types of team sports or specific prediction and optimisation problems that are but one part of the whole field. Hence, there is a need for research as well as practical solutions to ML security problems. However, education, a crucial component of our society still remains a relatively under-explored domain. Commonsense Reasoning has long been a problem of interest to the AI community, and has spurred various efforts over the years that seek to standardize and encode commonsense knowledge for use by various AI systems. How can we make AI-based systems more ethically aligned? Workshop Programme. Natural conversation is a hallmark of intelligent systems. However, due to their large-scale and longitudinal collection, archiving these data sets raise significant privacy concerns. Registration information will be mailed directly to all invited participants in December. The AAAI-20 workshop program includes 23 workshops covering a wide range of topics in artificial intelligence. recommenders, voice assistants, etc. As a stepping stone towards realising this big-picture view on AI, we are organizing the Ninth International Workshop on Statistical Relational AI at AAAI-20. How can we characterize or evaluate AI systems according to their potential risks and vulnerabilities? 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