Two members of the Interactive Robotics Group --- Joseph Kim and Vaibhav Unhelkar --- will be presenting their work at the 27th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence and the 23rd European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-ECAI) in Stockholm, Sweden.
Both Vaibhav and Joseph will be presenting their work in the Doctoral Consortium, which will be held on Friday, July 13th in room K15 in the Stockholmsmässan Stockholm Convention Center. Their talks will be given during the 11:30am - 12:00pm session.
- Vaibhav Unhelkar will give a talk titled "Learning and Communicating the Latent States of Human-Machine Collaboration." The talk will discuss past and on-going research on novel algorithms that enable artificial agents to learn and reason about the latent states of human-machine collaboration and to achieve fluent interaction.
- Joseph Kim will give a talk titled "Intelligent Decision Support in Human Team Planning." In the talk, Joseph will discuss his thesis outline on developing key decision support algorithms to help humans teams achieve consensus at the end of their planning meetings.
Joseph Kim will also be presenting his main track paper titled, "Learning to Infer Final Plans in Human Team Planning" in the Planning and Scheduling track. His talk will occur between 16:40 - 18:20 on Wednesday July 18th, 2018, in Room K2, Stockholmsmässan Stockholm Convention Center. Joseph will present his work on a novel plan inference technique that can efficiently infer human team's intended plan from their planning conversation data.