I presented a tutorial on Argumentation and Linguistics at the Advanced Course on Artificial Intelligence (ACAI 2013) held at the Department of Informatics, King’s College London. The course focussed on Argumentation and Artificial Intelligence. From the description:
The ACAI Summer School 2013 (ACAI 2013) will be held at at King’s College London, UK, from the 1st July to the 5th July 2013 and is on the topic of Argumentation in Artificial Intelligence. Computational models of argument, and the development of agreement technologies, is becoming an important area in artificial intelligence. The aim of the summer school is to provide the attendees with a solid grounding in the basic ideas in formal modelling of argumentation, dialogue, and negotiation. Furthermore, there will be a programme of lectures on application areas, lab sessions on software developments, and lectures linking with areas in AI and beyond.
There were about 40 students in attendance. The ACAI course on argumentation covered a good, broad range of topics, presented by my european colleagues. The core of the programme consisted of four main speakers who gave 6 hours of lectures:
- Pietro Baroni (Università degli Studi di Brescia) on Abstract Argumentation
- Philippe Besnard (Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse) on Logic-Based Argumentation
- Nicolas Maudet (University Pierre et Marie Curie) on Negotiation
- Simon Parsons (University of Liverpool) on Dialogue
There were also presentations on applications of argumentation and agreement technologies:
- Leila Amgoud (Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse) on Argumentation in Decision-Making
- Katie Atkinson (University of Liverpool) on Argumentation in eGovernment
- John Fox (University of Oxford) on Argumentation in Medicine
- Nir Oren (University of Aberdeen) on Argumentation in Planning
- Henry Prakken (Utrecht University) on Argumentation in Law
- Chris Reed (University of Dundee) on Argumentation on the Web
- Stefan Woltran (Vienna University of Technology) on Implementation of Argumentation
- Adam Wyner (University of Aberdeen) on Argumentation and Linguistics
The slides of my talk are available on the link:
Argumentation and Linguistics
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By Adam Wyner
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