We are glad to announce that NL4XAI consortium will organize a panel at the 26th International Conference on Applications of Natural Language to Information Systems (NLDB-2021). The panel will take place online on Wednesday, 23 June 2021, at 16:00 h. The registration is free.
The panel discussion will bring together NL4XAI project experts, Early Stage Researchers and attendees for an in-depth discussion about the challenges of making AI self-explaining. Participants will also get a chance to learn about the activities developed in the framework of the NL4XAI network, the first European excellence Training Network on Natural Language and Explainable Artificial Intelligence. All interested parties are invited to further discuss about the Natural Language Technologies, Argumentation Technologies and Interactive Interface for Explainable Artificial Intelligence.
- José María Alonso Moral, NL4XAI Deputy Coordinator, CiTIUS-USC
- Alberto Bugarín Diz, NL4XAI Supervisor, CiTIUS-USC
- Albert Gatt, NL4XAI Supervisor, UMO
- Katarzyna Budzynska, NL4XAI Supervisor, WUT
- Mariët Theune, NL4XAI Supervisor, UTWENTE
- Ettore Mariotti, NL4XAI ESR, CiTIUS-USC
- Jaime Sevilla, NL4XAI ESR, UNIABDN
- Michele Cafagna, NL4XAI ESR, UMO
- Juliette Faille, NL4XAI ESR, CNRS
- Qurat-ul-ain Shaheen, NL4XAI ESR, CSIC
- Sumit Srivastava, NL4XAI ESR, UTWENTE
- Alisa Rieger, NL4XAI ESR, TU DELFT
- Luca Nannini, NL4XAI ESR, INDRA
We will be glad to count on your attendance!
Link with the program: http://nldb2021.sb.dfki.de/conference-program/
Registration at: http://nldb2021.sb.dfki.de/registration/
Since 1995, the NLDB conference, brings together researchers, industry practitioners, and potential users interested in various application of Natural Language in the Database and Information Systems fields.This year, the NLBD conference is organized by DFKI and Saaland University.
H2020 Training Network
NL4XAI is funded by the Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, through a Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant, in the framework of the European Union’s bet for Explainable Artificial Intelligence. The network is coordinated by the research team at the Research Centre in Intelligent Technology of the University of Santiago de Compostela (CiTIUS-USC), headed by Senén Barro. NL4XAI is a joint academic-industry research network, that brings together 18 beneficiaries and partners from six different European countries (France, Malta, Poland, Spain, The Netherlands, and UK). The partners correspond to two national research institutions (IIIA-CSIC, CNRS), ten universities (University of Aberdeen, University of Dundee, L-Universitá ta’ Malta, Delft University of Technology, Utrecht University, University of Twente, Warsaw University of Technology, Université de Lorraine, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Universitat Autonòma de Barcelona) and six private companies (Indra, Accenture, Orange, Wizenoze, Arria, InfoSupport).