The International Conferences on Logic and Artificial Intelligence at Zhejiang University is organized by the Zhejiang University – University of Luxembourg Joint Laboratory on AIs, Robotics and Reasoning (ZLAIRE). Remote ZJULogAI (CLAR, AWPL, and GCAI) will take place as a three-day online event using Zoom on October 26 (Day 1), October 30 (Day 2), and November 2 (Day 3), 2020.
With their special focus theme on Explainable AI, the conferences intend to promote the interplay between logical approaches and machine learning-based approaches in order to make AI more transparent and accountable.
Invited speakers:
  • Christoph Benzmüller (Freie Universität Berlin): Ethico-legal governance of intelligent artificial agents — Can post-hoc normative reasoning competencies prevent AI systems from going rogue?
  • Claude Sammut (University of New South Wales, Australia): T.B.A.
  • Dag Westerståhl (Stockholm University): Notes on Compositionality: what, why, and how? (joint work with Alexandru Baltag and Johan van Benthem)
  • Fei Wu (Zhejiang University, China): Big data intelligence: from correlation discovery to casual reasoning
  • Marc van Zee (Google AI): Why knowledge representation matters for machine learning
For a detailed program, please check the website:
Everyone is welcome to all sub-events of ZjuLogAI! Registration to Remote ZJULogAI is free of charge but required: