Optimal planning: Interview with Álvaro Torralba – #AAAI2022 award winner
Álvaro tells us about work on optimal planning than won him, and his co-authors, an outstanding paper runners-up award at AAAI 2022.
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#AAAI2022 workshop round-up 3: design and manufacturing, and learning and reasoning
The organisers of two of the AAAI2022 workshops give us a summary of their events.
22 April 2022, by
#AAAI2022 workshops round-up 2: operations research and decision optimisation
Hear from the organisers of two AAAI 2022 workshops who tell us their key takeaways from their events.
06 April 2022, by
Developing safe controllers for autonomous systems under uncertainty
Winners of a distinguished paper award at AAAI 2022, Thom S. Badings and Nils Jansen write about their work on robust control of autonomous systems.
05 April 2022, by
#AAAI2022 workshops round-up 1: AI to accelerate science and engineering, interactive machine learning, and health intelligence
The organisers of three of the AAAI2022 workshops tell us their key takeaways from their respective events.
28 March 2022, by
Interview with Virginie Do – #AAAI2022 outstanding paper award winner
Virginie tells us about work on fairness for personalized recommender systems that won the AAAI outstanding paper award.
23 March 2022, by
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#AAAI2022 invited talks – data-centric AI and robust deep learning
Hear from Andrew Ng and Marta Kwiatkowska, two of the plenary speakers at the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence.
16 March 2022, by
#AAAI2022 invited talk – Cynthia Rudin on interpretable machine learning
The winner of the AAAI Squirrel AI award talks about using interpretable models for real-world applications, such as power grids and medicine.
09 March 2022, by
Bart Selman’s presidential address at #AAAI2022 – incomprehensible truths, fragile chains and hidden crystals
The current AAAI president talks about the state of AI and highlights three examples of AI for the acceleration of scientific discovery.
03 March 2022, by
#AAAI2022 in tweets – the conference in summary
Hear from participants and organisers as we highlight some of the awards, talks, tutorials, workshops and posters at AAAI2022.
01 March 2022, by
Congratulations to the #AAAI2022 award winners
The winners of the following AAAI awards were announced during the opening ceremony of the conference: outstanding paper, outstanding student paper, distinguished paper, and best demonstration.
24 February 2022, by
#AAAI2022 in tweets – the conference is underway
This compilation of tweets gives a flavour of the conference so far, and highlights some forthcoming events.
23 February 2022, by
What’s coming up at #AAAI2022?
Find out about the talks, workshops, tutorials, and other events scheduled at AAAI this year, taking place from 22 February - 1 March.
15 February 2022, by
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