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Cognitive Science Symposium “What Makes A Good Explanation? Cognitive Dimensions Of Explaining Intelligent Machines”

I will be presenting research related to the DARPA XAI program at the 2019 Cognitive Science Society Meeting, Saturday July 27. The symposium is called “What Makes A Good Explanation? Cognitive Dimensions Of Explaining Intelligent Machines”, and presenters include Roberto Confalonieri, Tarek R. Besold, Tillman Weyde, Kathleen Creel Tania Lombrozo, Shane Mueller, and Patrick Shafto.

What the AI Saw

My student Anne Linja presented her poster “What the AI Saw: Examining human predictions of deep image classification errors” at the Midwest Cognitive Science Conference in Columbus OH May 28, 2019. A link to the poster is here:

NDM Symposium

Dr. Mueller will be presenting at a symposium on artificial intelligence at the 2019 conference on Naturalistic decision making, Thursday June 20, 2019.