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Learning Analytics and Knowledge Conference 2020

Nicholas Hoernle and Benjamin Clavie's publications are accepted to the Learning Analytics and Knowledge Conference (LAK-20).

CISA is changing its name

CISA is changing its name to the Artificial Intelligence and its Applications Institute (AIAI). 

Best student paper award (long papers) : ILP 2019

Stefanie Speichert and Vaishak Belle receive an award at ILP 2019.

PhD Studentship in Workflow management meets the Internet of Things

A fully funded PhD position is available to work with Dr. Petros Papapanagiotou.

Best paper at DeLBP 2019

Vaishak Belle and Brendan Juba's work chosen as a best paper.

DigiFlow exhibited at Demofest 2019

Petros Papapanagiotou and Jacques Fleuriot exhibited their DigiFlow project at Demofest on 4 November 2019.

Vaishak Belle takes up his post as the Royal Society University Research Fellow

Vaishak Belle is one of 43 new Royal Society University Research Fellows (URFs) for 2019. He took up the post from the start of October. He will work on Efficient Inference and Learning in Probabilistic Logical Models.

Talk at Beyond-Symposium 2019

Vaishak Belle gave a talk at the FUTURE DESIGN Symposium on the 27 - 29 September 2019

Another CISA PhD candidate wins a full scholarship from the CONICYT

Scholarship allocated to student for PhD study

PhD studentship in NLP and statistical relational learning

PhD studentship in NLP and statistical relational learning Deadline: 1st October 2019

Talk at the Skeptics on the Fringe, entitled Towards Interpretable and Responsible Artificial Intelligence

Dr Vaishak Belle - Towards Interpretable and Responsible Artificial Intelligence. 5th August

Seminar at IISC hosted by Vaishak Belle

Vaishak Belle gave a seminar at the Indian Institute of Science on his recent work on interpretable and ethical AI.

Postdoctoral research position in multi-agent systems

Applications are invited for the position of Postdoctoral Research Fellow on the project “Model Criticism in Multi-Agent Systems”, funded by the Turing Institute.

CogRobo Seminar: Towards Tractable, Interpretable and Responsible AI

Vaishak Belle gave a seminar at the Sabancı University in Turkey on their recent work on interpretable and ethical AI.

CISA PhD candidate wins a full scholarship from the CONICYT

Jorge Gaete (supervised by Jacques Fleuriot) has just won a 4-year full scholarship from the National Commission of Scientific and Technological Research (CONICYT) to study for his PhD in CISA.

Kobi Gal for winning 2019 Nesta Collective Intelligence grant

Congratulations to Kobi Gal for winning the 2019 Nesta Collective Intelligence grant.

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