#IJCAI2019 video competition

16 August 2019

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Nine videos were accepted to the IJCAI video competition. We’ll update you on the winners as soon as we hear back from the conference. In the meantime – you can view the videos below or here.

D-Agree: An Agent-facilitated Crowd-scale Discussion Support System. Takayuki Ito, Shota Suzuki, Naoko Yamaguchi, Tomohiro Nishida, Kentaro Hiraishi, Kai Yoshino.

Melody Slot Machine. Masatoshi Hamanaka.

Find a liar AI!: “The AIWolf game viewer” which visualizes the battle of the strongest five AI players in the AIWolf competition. Daisuke Katagami, Ryutaro Yamamoto, Fujio Toriumi, Hirotaka Osawa, Michimasa Inaba, Yoshinobu Kano, Takashi Otsuki.

AI Powered Assistant for Moral Education. Penghe Chen, Yan Peng, Qi Xu, Yu Lu.

Smart Learning Partner: An Intelligent Robot for Education. Qinggang Meng, Yu Lu, Penghe Chen, Tianqi Xue.

Driver Care Assistant Intelligent Bot. Dada Zheng.

Improving Power Management and Usage with AI. Yongqing Zheng, Han Yu, Kun Zhang, Yuliang Shi, Rui Lin, Cyril Leung, Chunyan Miao.

Learning Federated Learning. Quan Li, Huanbin Lin, Xiguang Wei, Yang Liu, Rui Lin, Han Yu SG, Tianjian Chen, Qiang Yang.

Trust Evaluation on Twitter with AI: A New Story of Little Red Riding Hood. Peiyao Li, Weiliang Zhao, Jian Yang, Jia Wu.

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