This page shows the scientific papers related to the WeNet project.
A. Bontempelli, S. Teso, F. Giunchiglia, A. Passerini.
“Learning in the Wild with Incremental Skeptical Gaussian Processes”. May 2020 (Link will be available soon)
“Digital Humanism. Neither dystopia nor utopia”. Berliner Debatte Initial, April 2020 (Link will be available soon)
L. Schelenz, A. Segal, K. Gal.
“Best Practices for Transparency in Machine Generated Personalization“. April 2020
W. Zhang, A. Passerini, F. Giunchiglia.
“Dealing with Mislabeling via Interactive Machine Learning“. Künstl Intell (2020), January 2020
“A diversity-sensitive social platform: Ethical Questions from the project WeNet – The Internet of Us“.
Conference paper for the Budapest Workshop on Philosophy of Technology, December 2019.
N. Isaak L. Michael.
“WinoFlexi: A Crowdsourcing Platform for the Development of Winograd Schemas“.
Conference paper for the Australasian Conference on Artificial Intelligence 2019, November 2019.
“Data for Diversity-Aware Technology: Some Ethical Considerations“. 1st WeNet Policy Workshop position paper for Beyond Privacy: Learning Data Ethics at European Big Data Community Forum 2019 , November 2019, Brussels, Belgium. (check also the presentation)
D. Gatica-Perez, D. Santani, J.-I. Biel, and T. T. Phan.
“Social Multimedia, Diversity, and Global South Cities: A Double Blind Side” in Proc. ACM Workshop on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency in Multimedia (FAT/MM), October 2019, Nice, France.
D. Gatica-Perez, J.-I. Biel, D. Labbe, and N. Martin.
“Discovering Eating Routines in Context with a Smartphone App” in Proc. ACM Ubicomp Workshop on Mining and Learning from Smartphone Apps (AppLens), September 2019, London, UK.
“Machine Coaching“. Paper for the Proceedings of the IJCAI Workshop on Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI), August 2019, Macao, China.
S. Kolb, P. Morettin, P. Zuidberg Dos Martires, F. Sommavilla, A. Passerini, R. Sebastiani, and L. De Raedt.
“The pywmi Framework and Toolbox for Probabilistic Inference using Weighted Model Integration“. Paper for the Proceedings of the Twenty-Eighth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-19), August 2019, Macao, China.
R. Shillo, N. Hoernle, and K. Gal.
“Detecting Creativity in an Open Ended Geometry Environment“. Paper for the 12th International Conference on Educational Data Mining, July 2019, Montréal, Canada.
S. Yanovsky, N. Hoernle, O. Lev, and K. Gal.
“One Size Does Not Fit All: Badge Behavior in Q&A sites“. Paper for the 27th ACM Conference On User Modeling, Adaptation And Personalization, June 2019, Larnaca, Cyprus.
C. Sierra, N. Osman, P. Noriega, J. Sabater-Mir, and A. Perello-Moragues. “Value alignment: a formal approach“, Responsible Artificial Intelligence Agents Workshop (RAIA) – AAMAS 2019, 13-17 May 2019, Montreal, Canada.