Andrea Omicini  /  Andrea Omicini, Roberta Calegari

Pervasiveness of ICT resources along with the promise of ubiquitous intelligence is pushing hard both our demand and our fears of AI: demand mandates for the ability to inject (micro) intelligence ubiquitously, fears compel the behaviour of intelligent systems to be observable, explainable, and accountable.
Whereas the first wave of the new "AI Era" was mostly heralded by non-symbolic approaches, features like explainability are better provided by symbolic techniques.
In this talk we focus on logic-based approaches, and discuss their potential in pervasive scenarios like the IoT and open (M)MAS along with our latest results in the field.

Events

International Workshop on Massively Multi-Agent Systems (MMAS 2018)
Stockholm, Sweden — 14/07/2018

Publications

Andrea Omicini, Roberta Calegari
Injecting (Micro)Intelligence in the IoT: Logic-based Approaches for (M)MAS
Massively Multi-Agent Systems II, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 11422, May 2019

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Injecting (Micro)Intelligence in the IoT: Logic-based Approaches for (M)MAS

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Andrea Omicini

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Andrea Omicini, Roberta Calegari

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MMAS 2018

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MMAS 2018

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Stockholm, Sweden

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14/07/2018

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Injecting (Micro)Intelligence in the IoT: Logic-based Approaches for (M)MAS

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