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TU Delft: Electronic Partners for navigation habits support

14 Nov 2017   16:30-18:00

Presenters: Pietro Pasotti, Catholijn Jonker, Interactive Intelligence, TU Delft

With the rise of AI and Data Science supportive technology increasingly takes decisions on our behalf, such as which data to share with whom or who to contact if help is needed. In the CoreSAEP project (lead by Dr. M. Birna van Riemsdijk - TU Delft) we develop theory and technology for creating software that understands and adapts to our norms and values in taking such decisions, which we call Socially Adaptive Computing.
In this presentation we focus on one such agent, called HabINT, that aims at supporting people in their daily activities. We give an overview of the knowledge representation formalism that HabINT uses to reason about norms, values, and habitual behaviour.
The Naviterier project at the HCI Center, Department of Computer Graphics and Interaction in Prague aims at supporting visually impaired people in their navigation-related tasks developing dedicated software. In the presentation, we discuss how to integrate the technology from both groups to provide even stronger support for visually impaired people even if they develop mental impairments related to aging.

About presenters:
Prof. Catholijn Jonker is a full professor of Interactive Intelligence at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science of the Delft University of Technology. Catholijn is EurAI Fellow since 2015, and EurAI board member since 2016, EurAI is the European Association for Artificial Intelligence. She is a member of the Koninklijke Hollandsche Maarschappij der Wetenschappen and of the Academia Europaea.
Her publications address cognitive processes and concepts such as negotiation, teamwork and the dynamics of individual agents and organizations. In all her research lines Catholijn has adopted a value-sensitive approach. In particular, she works towards intelligent agents that can interact with their users in value-conflicting situations when also meta-values no longer solve the situation.

Pietro Pasotti is a PhD candidate in the Interactive Intelligence group at the Technical University of Delft. He has been working on interactive agents for habit supports and knowledge structures for human behaviour representation.

Posluchárna KN:E-301, ČVUT FEL, Karlovo náměstí 13, Praha 2
Katedra počítačové grafiky a interakce, FEL, ČVUT
Contact person
doc. Ing. Zdeněk Míkovec, Ph.D.