Accepted Papers

** Papers nominated for best paper award
*   Papers nominated for best working paper award

Long Talks
Full papers:
  • The games we play: how critical complexity improves machine learning. (#7, PDF)
    Abeba Birhane and David J. Sumpter
  • HyEnA: A Hybrid Method for Extracting Arguments from Opinions. (#16, PDF) **
    Michiel van der Meer, Enrico Liscio, Catholijn M. Jonker, Aske Plaat, Piek Vossen and Pradeep K. Murukannaiah
  • A Song of (Dis)agreement: Evaluating the Evaluation of Explainable Artificial Intelligence in Natural Language Processing. (#21, PDF)
    Michael Neely, Stefan Schouten, Maurits Bleeker and Ana Lucic
  • Towards an AI assistant for power grid operators. (#22, PDF)
    Antoine Marot, Alesandre Rozier, Matthieu Dussartre, Laure Crochepiere and Benjamin Donnot
  • Trust in Clinical AI: Expanding the Unit of Analysis. (#30, PDF) **
    Jacob Browne, Saskia Bakker, Bin Yu, Peter Lloyd and Somaya Ben Allouch
  • Estimating Value Preferences in a Hybrid Participatory System. (#31, PDF) **
    Luciano Cavalcante Siebert, Enrico Liscio, Pradeep Kumar Murukannaiah, Lionel Kaptein, Shannon Spruit, Jeroen Van den Hoven and Catholijn Jonker
  • Exosoul: ethical profiling in the digital world. (#39, PDF)
    Costanza Alfieri, Paola Inverardi, Patrizio Migliarini and Massimiliano Palmiero
  • A Sequence-Based Dialog Management Framework for Enhancing Co-Regulated Dialog. (#40, PDF)
    Florian Kunneman and Koen Hindriks
  • Does Personalization Help? Predicting How Social Situations Affect Personal Values. (#51, PDF)
    Ilir Kola, Ralvi Isufaj and Catholijn M. Jonker
  • Effective Task Allocation in Ad Hoc Human-Agent Teams. (#53, PDF)
    Sami Abuhaimed and Sandip Sen
  • Abstracting Minds: Computational Theory of Mind for Human-Agent Collaboration. (#70, PDF) **
    Emre Erdogan, Frank Dignum, Rineke Verbrugge and Pinar Yolum
  • Landmarks in Case-based Reasoning: From Theory to Data. (#81, PDF) **
    Wijnand van Woerkom, Davide Grossi, Henry Prakken and Bart Verheij
  • An Empirical Investigation of Reliance on AI-Assistance in a Noisy-Image Classification Task. (#92, PDF)
    Heliodoro Tejeda Lemus, Aakriti Kumar and Mark Steyvers
Working papers:
  • An experiment in measuring understanding. (#28, PDF) *
    Luc Steels, Lara Verheyen and Remi van Trijp
  • Estimating Rapport in Conversations: An Interpretable and Dyadic Multi-Modal Approach. (#48, PDF) *
    Gustav Grimberg, Thomas Janssoone, Chloé Clavel and Justine Cassell
  • Adopting AI to support Situational Awareness in Emergency Response: a Reflection by Professionals. (#96, PDF) *
    Bart van Leeuwen, Richard Gasaway and Gerke Spaling
Extended abstract:
  • Best-Response Bayesian Reinforcement Learning with Bayes-adaptive POMDPs for Centaurs. (#78, PDF)
    Mustafa Mert Çelikok, Frans Oliehoek and Samuel Kaski
Short Talks
Full papers:
  • POMDP-based adaptive interaction through physiological computing. (#18, PDF)
    Gaganpreet Singh, Raphaëlle N. Roy and Caroline Ponzoni Carvalho Chanel
  • Learning to Cooperate with Human Evaluative Feedback and Demonstrations. (#19, PDF)
    Mehul Verma and Erman Acar
  • Biased trust perceptions of AI? Investigating the role of attitudes towards AI and motivated reasoning in shaping trust perceptions of news. (#59, PDF)
    Magdalena Wischnewski and Nicole Krämer
Working papers:
  • Monitoring AI systems: A Problem Analysis, Framework and Outlook. (#23, PDF)
    Annet Onnes
  • Legitimacy of what?: a call for democratic AI design. (#35)
    Jonne Maas and Juan Durán
  • Open, multiple, adjunct. Decision support at the time of relational AI. (#37, PDF)
    Federico Cabitza and Chiara Natali
  • Training Intelligent Tutors on User Simulators Using Reinforcement Learning. (#46, PDF)
    Paul Bricman and Matthia Sabatelli
  • MiniCoDe Workshops: Minimise Algorithmic Bias in Collaborative Decision Making with Design Fiction. (#58)
    Alessio Malizia, Silvio Carta, Tommaso Turchi and Clara Crivellaro
  • Monitoring Fairness in HOLDA. (#66, PDF) *
    Michele Fontana, Francesca Naretto, Anna Monreale and Fosca Giannotti
  • Knowledge Graphs in support of Human-Machine intelligence. (#67)
    Christophe Guéret
  • Privacy risk of global explainers. (#69, PDF)
    Francesca Naretto, Anna Monreale and Fosca Giannotti
  • What AI Practitioners Say about Human-AI Trust: Its Role, Importance, and Factors That Affect It. (#93, PDF)
    Oleksandra Vereschak, Gilles Bailly and Baptiste Caramiaux
Extended abstracts:
  • Capable but Amoral? Comparing AI and Human Expert Collaboration in Ethical Decision Making. (#3, PDF)
    Suzanne Tolmeijer, Markus Christen, Serhiy Kandul, Markus Kneer and Abraham Bernstein
  • Discovering the Rationale of Decisions. (#12, PDF)
    Cor Steging, Silja Renooij and Bart Verheij
  • Neural Prototype Trees for Interpretable Fine-grained Image Recognition. (#17, PDF)
    Meike Nauta, Ron van Bree and Christin Seifert
  • Exemplars and Counterexemplars Explanations for Skin Lesion Classifiers. (#82, PDF)
    Carlo Metta, Riccardo Guidotti, Yuan Yin, Patrick Gallinari and Salvatore Rinzivillo

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