Ruth Byrne gave a talk on “Counterfactuals in Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI): Evidence from Human Reasoning” in the survey track of IJCAI 2019, the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, on 14th August, in Macau, China. The paper in the proceedings is available here.
Ruth Byrne gave the Keynote talk on “Constraints on Counterfactuals” at the Explainable Artificial Intelligence Workshop at IJCAI 2019 the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, in Macau, China, on 11th August. The program is available here and the keynote slides are here.
Phil Johnson-Laird (Princeton University and New York University) visited in August – beginning a new project on reasoning from counterfactual conditionals about possibilities and certainties in collaboration with Ruth Byrne and Orlando Espino.
Welcome to Orlando Espino, from the University of La Laguna, Tenerife, Spain, who will be visiting the lab from July to December 2019, to carry out experiments on how people reason from counterfactual conditionals.
Arif Ahmed organised a very interesting meeting on non-categorical thought in the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Cambridge – the program is here.
Looking forward to the AICS 2018 conference this week!
Beyza Tepe is visiting the lab for six months to do research on moral judgment. Beyza is carrying out a PhD in the University of Istanbul in Turkey.