AISB Workshop on Explainability and Transparency in AI (XTAI 2022) is going to take place in Swansea University, Bay Campus, Computational Foundry (and online) on
13 October 2022.
Web site: aiqt.uk/xtai-2022
AISB and the Department of Computer Science at Swansea University are holding a hybrid one-day workshop on explainability and transparency in AI. This workshop is free to attend for AISB members but requires registration.
- Explainable AI
- Argumentation Theory
- AI Transparency
- Responsible, Reliable, and Resilient Design of AI Systems
he workshop will have invited and contributed talks as well as discussion sessions aimed at exploring cutting-edge research and open problems in areas related to explainable AI and transparency of automated data-driven decision making.
10:05: Hsuan Fu – Explainability and Predictability of Machine Learning Methods in Finance Applications
10:35: Raghav Kovvuri – Investigating Global Open-Ended Funds diversification among G 11 countries through XAI
11:30: Xiyui Fan – XAI with Probabilistic Structured Argumentation
12:00: Adam Wyner – Values in the Roots of Conflict in Argumentation
12:30: Lunch break
14:00: Arnold Beckmann – Hybrid AI approaches for Knowledge-Intense Manufacturing
14:30: Jay Morgan – Adaptive Neighbourhoods for the Discovery of Adversarial Examples
15:30: Jamie Duell – Enhancing the Explainability of Electronic Health Record Predictions
16:00: Bertie Müller – PACE (Parametrised Automated Counterfactual Explanations) for Re3 (Reliable, Responsible & Resilient Design)
16:30: Panel Discussion
- Monika Seisenberger (Swansea University)
- Bertie Müller (AISB & Swansea University)
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