4 accepted papers and a demo paper at IJCAI-ECAI22 from LILaC

Umberto Grandi/ May 19, 2022/ Distinction, UPS, UT1C

Congratulations to all authors of 4 accepted papers, a demo paper, and an invitation to an early career spotlight talk at IJCAI-ECAI 2022 (the main generalistic international conference in AI) which will be hosted in Vienna in July:

  • Axiomatic Foundations of Explainability by Leila Amgoud and Jonathan Ben-Naim
  • Preserving Consistency in Multi-Issue Liquid Democracy by Rachael Colley and Umberto Grandi
  • A Computationally Grounded Logic of ‘Seeing-to-it-that’ by Andreas Herzig, Emiliano Lorini and Elise Perrotin
  • Automated Synthesis of Mechanisms by Munyque Mittelmann, Bastien Maubert, Aniello Murano and Laurent Perrussel
  • Interaction and Expressivity in Collective Decision-Making, by Umberto Grandi
  • Itero: An Online Iterative Voting Application, by Joseph Boudou, Rachael Colley and Umberto Grandi

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