Open to the entire scientific community, evolving in the field of artificial intelligence, to people initiated or interested in subjects related to AI, ANITI days are an opportunity to present and discuss progress and results. research work in AI but also to expose the scientific problems encountered as well as the avenues and solutions explored on a daily basis.
Round tables will also provide a cross-section of disciplines such as philosophy, neuroscience and artificial intelligence.
On the 11th of October during the TUPLES Project Coordinator, Sylvie Thiebaux, made a presentation focused on the aspect of trusted planning and scheduling system.
See the video of the presentation:
We are very pleased to announce that our coordinator, Sylvie Thiebaux, is at the prestigious IJCAI23 conference both as Area Chair and as presenter of the paper "Formal Explanations of Neural Network Policies for Planning".
The workshop for Hierarchical Planning (HPlan) was founded in 2018 and is carried out since then every year at the International Conference of Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS). Among the Organizing Committee of this 2023 edition is Daniel Höller from Saarland University, member of the TUPLES project.
The 2023 ICAPS (International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling) featured an array of captivating workshops, and one that involved many TUPLES’ members was the Workshop on Robust Decision Making for Planning and Scheduling (RDDPS).
Rebecca Eifler and Jörg Hoffmann from TUPLES are members of the organizing and steering committees respectively. Daniel Holler, member of the TUPLES Consortium, will give an invited talk.