Tuesday, August 11th

Please note that all times are Pacific Time (GMT-7). You can watch the recorded talks for this day.

7:00 am - 8:00 am, Student Mentoring Session

Led by Chris Maclellan, Assistant Professor at Drexel University. Expert in cognitive modeling and human-computer interaction. Happening in Zoom Room 1.

8:30 am - 10:15 am, Technical Talks on Goal Reasoning

Chaired by Matt Molineaux
  1. The Problem with Problems. Michael Cox. [#talk-cox]
  2. Goal Elicitation Planning: Reasoning and Acting to Reveal Another Agent’s Goal. Adam Amos-Binks and Rogelio E.Cardona-Rivera. [#talk-amos-binks]
  3. Recognizing the Goals of Uninspectable Agents. Irina Rabkina, Pavan Kantharaju, Jason Wilson, Mark Roberts, Kenneth Forbus, and Laura Hiatt. [#talk-rabkina]
  4. The CREDO Stack: From Theory to Practice in Cognitive Systems Design. John Fox. [#short-fox]

10:15 am - 10:45 am, Break and Continued Interactions with Speakers

10:45 am - 11:45 am, Invited Talk

Chaired by Matt Klenk

Robots, Language, and Environments - (How) Can Agents Work in the Human World? Cynthia Matuszek [#invited-talk-matuszek]

11:45 am - 12:45 pm, Poster Session 3

  1. OntoAgent: Implementing Content-Centric Cognitive Models. Jesse English and Sergei Nirenburg. [#poster-english]
  2. Computing Numeric Expectations for Cognitive Agents. Noah Reifsnyder and Hector Munoz-Avila. [#poster-reifsnyder]
  3. Anticipatory Thinking: A New Frontier for Automated Planning. Adam Amos-Binks, Dustin Dannenhauer, Gene Brewer and Rogelio E. Cardona-Rivera. [#poster-amos-binks]
  4. A Model and a Method to Study Agency, Adaptation and Adult Development. Roger Gould. [#poster-gould]
  5. Interactions with Cynthia Matuszek. [#invited-talk-matuszek]

12:45 pm - 2:30 pm, Herbert A. Simon Prize Colloquium

Chaired by Pat Langley and Dylan Holmes.

Memorial symposium for Patrick Henry Winston. [#panel-simon-prize]

Invited lectures:

  • Leveraging Language and Change in the Representation of Events, Gary Borchardt
  • Visuospatial Problem Solving and Learning, Sajit Rao
  • Steps toward Narrative Natural Language Processing, Mark Finlayson
  • Story-enabled Intelligence, Dylan Holmes

2:30 pm - 3:30 pm, Poster Session 4

  1. Toward Givenness Hierarchy Theoretic Natural Language Generation. Poulomi Pal and Tom Williams. [#poster-pal]
  2. General Intelligence Requires Autonomous, Cognitive, Intentional Agents. Sean Kugele and Stan Franklin. [#poster-kugele]
  3. Analogy versus Rules in Cognitive Architecture. Kenneth Forbus, Tom Hinrichs, Maxwell Crouse and Joseph Blass. [#poster-forbus]
  4. Strategies for Visuospatial Reasoning: Experiments in Sufficiency and Diversity. James Ainooson, Joel Michelson, Deepayan Sanyal, Joshua Palmer and Maithilee Kunda. [#poster-ainooson]

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm, Short Technical Talks

Chaired by Tom Hinrichs
  1. System-wide Monitoring for Anomaly Detection. Leilani Gilpin. [#short-gilpin]
  2. Quotation for Real-Time Metacognition. Matthew D. Goldberg, Darsana Josyula, and Don Perlis. [#short-goldberg]
  3. Model-Based Novelty Adaptation. Matt Klenk, Wiktor Piotrowski, Roni Stern, Shiwali Mohan, and Johan de Kleer. [#short-klenk]
  4. Dempster-Shafer Theoretic Learning of Indirect Speech Act Comprehension Norms. Ruchen Wen, Mohammed Aun Siddiqui, and Thomas Williams. [#short-wen]

4:30 pm - 5:00 pm, Break and Continued Interactions with Speakers

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm, Student Mentoring

Led by Nikhil Krishnaswamy, Assistant Professor at Colorado State University. Expert in computational linguistics and embodied cognition. Happening in Zoom Room 1.

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Last updated on August 4, 2020