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Jeremy Frank Hosts AAAI Spring Symposia

Dr. Jeremy Frank co-organized and hosted one of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) nine Spring Symposia titled Can We Talk? How to Design Multi-Agent Systems in the Absence of Reliable Communications. The organizing committee included representatives from NASA and academia. The symposia lasted one and a half days and consisted of ten accepted papers and four invited talks.

BACKGROUND: The AAAI, in cooperation with Stanford University's Department of Computer Science, presented the 2021 Spring Symposium Series March 21–23. Symposia generally range from 40-75 participants each. Participation was open to active participants as well as other interested individuals on a first-come, first-serve basis.

The nine symposia were:

  • AI Engineering: Creating Scalable, Human-Centered and Robust AI Systems
  • Artificial Intelligence for Synthetic Biology
  • Can We Talk? How to Design Multi-Agent Systems in the Absence of Reliable Communications
  • Closing the Assessment Loop: Communicating Proficiency and Intent in Human-Robot Teaming
  • Designing Artificial Intelligence for Open Worlds
  • Ethical Computing: Metrics for Measuring AI’s Proficiency and Competency for Ethical Reasoning
  • How Fair is Fair? Achieving Wellbeing AI
  • Machine Learning and Knowledge Engineering for Hybrid Intelligence
  • Putting AI in the Critical Loop: Assured Trust and Autonomy in Human-Machine Teams

NASA PROGRAM FUNDING: Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD)

TEAM: Roman Barták (Charles University, Czech Republic), Nicholas B. Cramer, Jeremy Frank, Zac Manchester (Carnegie Mellon University), Amir Rahmani (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory), Alex Shleyfman (Technion, Israel), and Elaine Stewart (NASA Goddar Space Flight Center)


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