Program
Session Slot Topic
09:00-10:45 Session I: Introduction, two talks and a short discussion round.
09:00-09:15 Setting up & checking in
09:15-09:30 Welcome & Introduction
9:30-10:00 Rebekah Wegener: Rich Contextual Modelling
10:00-10:30 Krzysztof Kutt, Marzena Kutt, Bartosz Kawa and Grzegorz J. Nalepa: Personality-in-the-loop: a Framework for Modelling Personality Dynamics
10:30-10:45 Discussion: The Semiotic Machine or Human in the Loop?
10:45-11:15 Coffee Break
11:15-12:30 Session II: Two talks and a short discussion round.
10:15-11:45 Jörg Cassens, Lorenz Habenicht & Julian Blohm: Context, Behaviour, and Explanations
11:45-12:15 Shuna Rana Nazari & Anders Kofod-Petersen: XAI and AI standardisation from an academic perspective – a Literature Review
12:15-12:30 Discussion: Explainability, Responsibility & Regulation
12:30-14:00 Lunch Break
14:00-15:00 Session III: Two talks.
14:00-14:30 Yan-Ying Chen, Yue Weng, Alexandre Filipowicz, Rumen Iliev, Francine Chen, Shabnam Hakimi, Yanxia Zhang, Matthew Lee, Kent Lyons & Charlene Wu: Learning to Represent Individual Differences for Choice Decision Making
14:30-15:00 Yitong Wang, Xue Han, Feng Zhou, Yiting Wang, Chao Deng & Hua Xie: Distill-Loc: Location Extraction from Dialogue via Knowledge Distillation
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break (ECAI)
15:30-17:30 Session IV: The last session is devoted to working in groups on several topics of interest. This is just a preliminary sketch, topics and schedule will be decided upon by the participants on the spot.
15:30-15:45 Quick round: collecting open questions, challenges and opportunities
15:45-16:00 Sorting & grouping the topics raised
16:00-17:00 (Group) Discussions
17:00-17:30 Presentation of results & wrapping up

Besides contributed papers, this workshop will offer organised and open spaces for targeted discussions. A balanced mix of peer reviewed paper presentations, short topical discussion sessions, and open discussion time are scheduled for an interactive workshop.

The workshop will last one full day and will have three main types of interaction.

The first type will consist of short presentations of the accepted papers. The goal of these sessions is to introduce the work of all the participants.

The second type will consist of two topical discussion sessions, each dedicated to one specific issue. Suggested issues are "Explainability, Responsibility & Regulation" and "The Semiotic Machine or Human in the Loop?", but this is subject to change dependent on the interests of the attendees. The goal of these discussions is to look at various approaches to these basic issues and to identify the critical problems in need of attention and the most promising research directions.

The workshop will be concluded with the last type, an open, but guided discussion summarising the most important lessons learned. At the beginning of this session, we will have a short round to collect the most pressing issues. These will be sorted and grouped to structure the discussion and, potentially, form groups. The open discussion session will be wrapped by discussing potential further development of the workshop series.

MRC strongly focuses on interactivity and discussion. Therefore, we do not have an invited speaker.

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