Computational Argumentation in the Context of Human-Agent Interaction
4th of September, 2020 -- 9:00-12:15 (CEST) -- LIVE
This tutorial aims to provide an initial foundation in the concepts underlying computational argumentation and its role and relevance in the context of Human-Centric AI. We will also discuss potential applications in this context.
Computational Argumentation is an emerging area of research in the domain of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Computational Argumentation provides a mechanism to reason with uncertain and at times incomplete information, and a way of explaining the resulting outcome of the reasoning process. Computational Argumentation can be used to enhance the interaction between humans and AI systems.
The main aim of this tutorial is to provide an initial foundation in the concepts underlying computational argumentation and its relevance and potential applications in the context of Human-agent interaction (HAI).
Attendees will gain exposure to the field of computational argumentation with an emphasis on those aspects of the domain that are more readily applicable to Human-Centric AI.