Cognitum 2015 Proceedings

César Aguilar and Olga Acosta. Identification of hyponyms, hyperonyms, meronyms, and holonyms in medical texts: A cognitive approach. SLIDES

Fei Fang, Thanh Nguyen, Benjamin Ford, Nicole Sintov, and Milind Tambe. Introduction to green security games (extended abstract).

Zhiye Fei, Daniel Khashabi, Haoruo Peng, and Dan Roth. ILLINOIS-PROFILER: Knowledge schemas at scale. SLIDES

Brendan Juba. Learning abductive reasoning using random examples. SLIDES

Ana-Maria Olteteanu. Towards comparable cognitive creative systems. Two case studies and a general approach based on cognitive processing, knowledge acquisition, and evaluation with human creativity tests. SLIDES

Rafal Rzepka, Kenji Araki, and Marek Krawczyk. Replacing sensors with text occurrences for commonsense knowledge acquisition.

Rafal Rzepka and Kenji Araki. Toward artificial ethical learners that could also teach you how to be a moral man.

Lenhart Schubert, What kinds of knowledge are needed for genuine understanding? VIDEO AUDIO SLIDES

Eduardo Veas and Cecilia di Sciascio. Interactive topic analysis with visual analytics and recommender systems.

Cognitum 2015 Program

Program – Saturday, July 25, 2015

08:00-8:45 Registration

08:45-10:30 Morning session part 1
5 min introduction
30 min paper presentation (including questions): Brendan Juba. Learning abductive reasoning using random examples
30 min paper presentation: Rafal Rzepka, Kenji Araki, and Marek Krawczyk. Replacing sensors with text occurrences for commonsense knowledge acquisition
30 min paper presentation: TBD

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

11:00-12:45 Morning session part 2
5 min introduction
40 min keynote talk: Milind Tambe, Green security games
30 min paper presentation: Eduardo Veas and Cecilia di Sciascio. Interactive topic analysis with visual analytics and recommender systems
30 min paper presentation: Rafal Rzepka and Kenji Araki. Toward artificial ethical learners that could also teach you how to be a moral man

12:45-13:45 Lunch

13:45-15:30 Afternoon session part 1
40 min keynote talk: Lenhart Schubert, What kinds of knowledge are needed for genuine understanding?
30 min paper presentation: César Aguilar and Olga Acosta. Identification of hyponyms, hyperonyms, meronyms,  and holonyms in medical texts

40 min demo session

15:30-16:00 Coffee break

16:00-17:45 Afternoon session part 2
30 min paper presentation: Zhiye Fei, Daniel Khashabi, Haoruo Peng, and Dan Roth. ILLINOIS-PROFILER: Knowledge schemas at scale
30 min paper presentation: Ana-Maria Olteteanu. Towards comparable cognitive creative systems
40 min panel discussion
5 min closing