Cognitum 2016 Proceedings

WORKSHOP HIGHLIGHTS

Muhannad Alomari, Paul Duckworth, Yiannis Gatsoulis, David Hogg, and Anthony Cohn. Unsupervised Natural Language Acquisition and Grounding to Visual Representations for Robotic Systems. SLIDES

Ernest Davis. Collecting Commonsense Problems from Text. SLIDES

Susan Epstein and Eric Osisek. I’ll know it when I see it: Toward cognitively plausible recommendations.

William Jarrold and Peter Yeh. Empirical Knowledge Acquisition of Commonsense Psychology.

Pierre Marchal and Thierry Poibeau. Lexical Knowledge Acquisition: Towards a Continuous and Flexible Representation of the Lexicon. SLIDES

Heikki Ruuska. Critic Networks for Commonsense Problem Solving. SLIDES

Simoni Shah, Shraddha Bhattad, Sanket Lokegaonkar, and Ganesh Ramakrishnan. Building Complementary Domain Taxonomies using Query Enrichment. SLIDES

Cognitum 2016 Program

IJCAI 2016
W38: Workshop on Cognitive Knowledge Acquisition and Applications (Cognitum 2016)
New York Hilton Midtown Hotel, 1335 Avenue of the Americas, New York NY 10019 USA

Program – Monday July 11, 2016

08:30 a.m. Introduction

08:40 a.m. Keynote talk – Collecting Commonsense Problems from Text
Ernest Davis

09:25 a.m. Empirical Knowledge Acquisition of Commonsense Psychology
William Jarrold and Peter Yeh

09:45 a.m. Unsupervised Natural Language Acquisition and Grounding to Visual Representations for Robotic Systems
Muhannad Alomari, Paul Duckworth, Yiannis Gatsoulis, David Hogg, and Anthony Cohn

10:05 a.m. I’ll know it when I see it: Toward cognitively plausible recommendations
Susan Epstein and Eric Osisek

10:25 a.m. Summary

10:30 a.m. Coffee break

11:00 a.m. Critic Networks for Commonsense Problem Solving
Heikki Ruuska

11:20 a.m. Building Complementary Domain Taxonomies using Query Enrichment
Simoni Shah, Shraddha Bhattad, Sanket Lokegaonkar, and Ganesh Ramakrishnan

11:40 a.m. Lexical Knowledge Acquisition: Towards a Continuous and Flexible Representation of the Lexicon
Pierre Marchal and Thierry Poibeau

12:00 p.m. Discussion

12:20 p.m. Concluding thoughts

12:30 Lunch break

Workshop sponsored by Artificial Intelligence journal (AIJ)