Like yesterday, we bring you the best tweets covering major talks and events at IJCAI 2019. Follow the invited talk by @MichelaMilano1 at @IJCAIconf "Empirical Model Learning: merging knowledge-based and data-driven decision models through machine learning" https://t.co/FA7gR0105H Interesting idea to use deep forest ensembles as alternative to deep neural networks. Introducing the #AIglassbox: @RecklessCoding presents our paper at #ijcai2019. This takes place in 10 minutes!
The main IJCAI2019 conference started on August 13th. The organizers gave the opening remarks and statistics, and announced the award winners for this year. I was last here 22 years ago, and it's nice to be back. Over the next 2-3 days I'm hoping to post a few links and descriptions of the exciting search work my students and colleagues will be presenting here. Super proud that our paper got distinguished paper honorable mention today @IJCAIconf #ijcai2019 .
The following four workshops were held in conjunction with the conference: (1) Case-Based Reasoning Integrations, (2) Learning for Text Categorization, (3) Predicting the Future: AI Approaches to Time-Series Problems, and (4) Software Tools for Developing Agents. The AAAI-98 Workshop on Case-Based Reasoning (CBR) Integrations, attended by approximately 45 people, focused on issues concerning multimodal reasoning systems that contain a CBR component. Although CBR is a general problem-solving architecture that is frequently integrated with other reasoning methods to solve complex tasks, no previous workshop attempted to characterize CBR integration issues. Workshop highlights included invited talks by Mary Lou Maher (University of Sydney) on design, Janice Glasgow (Queens University) on computational imagery, and Marc Goodman (Continuum Software, Inc.) on World Wide Web applications of CBR integrations. These talks provided the audience with a breadth of suggestions on how CBR can assist, and benefit from, integrations with other reasoning methods for a variety of tasks.
The Fifteenth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-98) was held in Madison, Wisconsin, on 26-30 July. The following four workshops were held in conjunction with the conference: (1) Case-Based Reasoning Integrations, (2) Learning for Text Categorization, (3) Predicting the Future: AI Approaches to Time-Series Problems, and (4) Software Tools for Developing Agents.