Presentations Sessions and Contributed Talks
At the time we send the acceptance notifications, we will indicate that authors are required to present their work live in a virtual meeting. It is very important that authors give live presentations because this motivates informal discussions, which is one of the aims of the workshop.
The authors of the selected papers will be invited to give a 12 or 15 minutes presentation and have 3 to 5 minutes for Q&A.
We will have four invited talks, at the start of each day and after the long break.
We are including two panels with invited guests in the proposal, where the particular schedule will depend on the attendees’ time zone. The first panel will have participants that comment on lessons learned and insights gained from applied XAI in the industry while the second panel will focus on XAI from a cognitive science perspective.
Breaks and Social
We will plan long breaks, so attendees have time to take time away but also time to socialize with other attendees. When using Zoom, we can schedule random breakouts that successfully emulates the experience of creating opportunities to meet new people.
Professor of Industrial Engineering and Management
Professor of Computing and Information Systems
Professor of Computer Science
Aerospace Experimental Psychologist at the US Naval Research Laboratory
Bertram F. Malle
Professor of Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences
Professor and Director of the MS in Information Program
Day 1 (Feb 8th)
Day 2 (Feb 9th)