Explainable AI Seminars @ Imperial

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, XAI seminars have been postponed until further notice.

Future Seminars

  1. Hana Chockler (TBC)
  2. Richard Tomsett (TBC)

Past Seminars

Speaker Title Date Attendance
Jannes Klass Explainable AI in the Wild: Lessons learned from applying explainable AI to real world use cases March 4, 2020 Over 15
Brent Mittelstadt Governance of AI through explanations: From approximations to counterfactuals February 12, 2020 20
Claudia Schulz Explaining (how to improve) Diagnostic Reasoning January 15, 2020 Over 30
Erisa Karafili Helping Forensics Analysts to Understand and Attribute Cyber-Attacks December 4, 2019 15
Pasquale Minervini Explainable, Data-Efficient, Verifiable Representation Learning in Knowledge Graphs November 27, 2019 15
Adam White Measurable Counterfactual Explanations for Any Classifier November 13, 2019 15
Loizos Michael Acceptable Explanations through Machine Coaching November 7, 2019 Over 15
Dave Braines Conversational Explanations – Explainable AI through human-machine conversation October 14, 2019 25
Zohreh Shams Explanation in Ontology Reasoning October 1, 2019 Over 25
Filip Radlinski User-Centric Recommendation July 4, 2019 25
Sanjay Modgil Dialectical Formalizations of Non-monotonic Reasoning: Rationality under Resource Bounds June 20, 2019 20
Daniele Magazzeni Model-Based Reasoning for Explainable AI Planning as a Service May 30, 2019 Over 25
Christos Bechlivanidis Concrete and Abstract Explanations May 20, 2019 Over 20
Simone Stumpf Making Human-Centred Machine Intelligence Intelligible April 15, 2019 Over 20
Ken Satoh ContractFrames: Bridging the gap between Natural Language and Logics in Contract Law March 25, 2019 Over 20
Number of talks: 15

Seminar Organisers

David Tuckey       Antonio Rago       Kristijonas Čyras