Bounded Optimality and Rational Metareasoning

NIPS 2015 Workshop

12/11/2015 ♦  Room 512bf

Convention and Exhibition Center, Montreal, Canada


Session 1: Bounded optimality and metareasoning in AI (Chair: Sam Gershman)

8:308:40: Introduction to the workshop

8:409:00: Invited Talk: Eric Horvitz (Microsoft  Research)

9:109:20: Contributed Talk: Kevin Ellis and Owen Lewis (MIT): Metareasoning in symbolic domains

9:209:30: Contributed Talk: Jun Yang and Dan Roy (University of Toronto): Meta-Bayesian analysis

9:30—9:45: Invited Talk:  Thomas Icard (Stanford)

9:4510:00: Chair: Synthesis of the session (key ideas and open questions) and time for discussion

Session 2: Bounded optimality, heuristics, and biases (Chair: Tom Griffiths)

10:30—10:40: Overview: Falk Lieder (UC Berkeley)

10:40—11:00: Invited Talk: Lael Schooler (Syracuse)

11:00—11:30: Invited Talk:  Henry Brighton (MPI for Human Development)

11:40—12:00: Invited Talk:  Falk Lieder (UC Berkeley)

12:10—1:15: Lunch break

1:15—1:35: Invited Talk: Jessica Hamrick (UC Berkeley)

1:45—2:05: Invited Talk: Rick Lewis (U of Michigan) 

2:15—2:30: Tom Griffiths: Synthesis of the session (key ideas and open questions) and time for discussion

Session 3: The neural mechanisms of resource-efficient control (Chair: Sam Gershman)

2:40—3:00: Invited Talk: Jonathan Cohen (Princeton)

3:10—3:30: Invited Talk: Quentin Huys (UZH & ETH)

3:40—3:55: Chair: Synthesis of the session (key ideas and open questions) and time for discussion

Session 4: Posters and Discussion 
(Chair: Falk Lieder, UC Berkeley)

4:30-5:30pm: Poster Session

5:30-6:15pm: Panel Discussion: Sam Gershman , Henry BrightonPedro Ortega& Tom Griffiths

6:15-6:30pm: Summary of the workshop, open discussion, concluding remarks