We are excited to announce that STAI CDT students Munkhtulga Battogtokh, Aamal Hussain, Jazon Szabo, Madeleine Waller, Alexander W. Goodall, Francis Rhys Ward and Matt MacDermott have had papers accepted to two of the leading conferences on research in AI: AAAI 2024 and AAMAS 2024.
Munkhtulga Battogtokh, Cosmin Davidescu, Michael Luck, Rita Borgo; SemLa: A Visual Analysis System for Fine-Grained Text Classification.
A. Hussain, F. Belardinelli; Stability of Multi-Agent Learning in Competitive Networks: Delaying the Onset of Chaos.
Jazon Szabo, Jose Such, Natalia Criado, Sanjay Modgil; Moral Uncertainty and the Problem of Fanaticism.
Madeleine Waller, Odinaldo Rodrigues, Oana Cocarascu; Identifying Reasons for Bias: An Argumentation-Based Approach.
Alexander W. Goodall and Francesco Belardinelli; Leveraging Approximate Model-based Shielding for Probabilistic Safety Guarantees in Continuous Environments.
Francis Rhys Ward, Matt MacDermott, Francesco Belardinelli, Francesca Toni and Tom Everitt; The Reasons that Agents Act: Intention and Instrumental Goals.
A. Hussain, D. Leonte, F. Belardinelli and G. Piliouras; On the Stability of Learning in Network Games with Many Players.
Both of these conferences are hugely influential. We wish a huge congratulations to Munkhtulga Battogtokh, Aamal Hussain, Jazon Szabo, Madeleine Waller, Alexander W. Goodall, Francis Rhys Ward and Matt MacDermott on their achievements. We look forward to hearing how the conferences go.