Notice Due to the current situation of the novel coronavirus pneumonia, ZJULogAI cannot take place as scheduled. The conference and all its sub-events will be rescheduled. We will let you know the new dates when the situation becomes stable.
The International Conferences on Logic and Artificial Intelligence at Zhejiang University (ZJULogAI) are organized by the Zhejiang University – University of Luxembourg Joint Laboratory on AIs, Robotics and Reasoning (ZLAIRE).
Everyone is welcome to all subevents of ZjuLogAI! Registration is now open at this link.
Christoph Benzmüller (Freie Universität Berlin)
Gabriella Pigozzi (Université Paris-Dauphine, France): An Opinion Diffusion Model with Vigilant Agents and Deliberation
Claude Sammut (University of New South Wales, Australia)
Chris Watkins (University of London)
Dag Westerståhl (Stockholm University)
Fei Wu (Zhejiang University, China): Big data intelligence: from correlation discovery to casual reasoning
Xintao Wu (University of Arkansas)
Marc van Zee (Google AI): Why knowledge representation matters for machine learning
Chao Zhang (Tsinghua University)
Kun Zhang (Carnegie Mellon University)
With their special focus theme on Explainable AI, the conferences intend to promote the interplay between logical approaches and machine learning based approaches in order to make AI more transparent and accountable.
ZJULogAI will take place at the Zijingang Campus of Zhejiang University on April 6–9, 2020. An industrial visit in addition to this conference is planned on Friday, April 10, 2020.
ZJULogAI is co-financed by the University of Luxembourg.
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