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
Stage M2, Claire Pillet, from University of Lyon 1. She will work on a multi-agent simulation to assess the effects of opinion diffusion and influence in voting.
Visiting PhD student from 1st of February to 1st of March, Linus Boes de Heinrich Heine Universitat Dusseldorf. He will work on participatory budgeting and judgment aggregation. He will be hosted in UT1C.
Laurent Perrussel in the spotlight for his work on the predictive police. Read the full article here! (in French)
Several members of the team are honored in the UT1C journal (in French): Laurent Perrussel about General Game Playing, Sylvie Doutre about Argumentation and the modeling of debates, Umberto Grandi about Online Reputation. Congratulations to them!