Our PhD student Pallavi Bagga has now published her paper with ANEGMA (an agent model that can learn strategies for concurrent, bilateral, single-issue negotiation) in the Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems.
Our PhD student Ben Wilkins has a paper accepted at CoG’20 regarding using a Siamese Network approach to detecting anomalies in Computer Games.
Our PhD student Pallavi Bagga has a paper accepted at IJCAI’20 regarding using agents to learn negotiation strategies using deep reinforcement learning.
Our work in collaboration with the CRISTAL team at the University of Lille in France has been accepted as a paper at ICTAI’19. The work involves software agents using a novel strategy to negotiate load-balancing exemplified by Hadoop.
Our PhD student Emanuele Uliana has a paper accepted at ICAIL’19 regarding using agents to detect security violations as privacy problems impacting the compliance of Android applications with the law.
PhD Studentships in Artificial Intelligence Starting date: Jan 2019 Applications are invited for two fully-funded PhD studentships in Artificial Intelligence at Royal Holloway, University of London. The research areas of interest include (but are not limited to) planning, knowledge representation & reasoning, natural language processing, explanation, autonomous control and learning (stochastic, deep or symbolic). We expressly encourage applicants interested in applications that cut across some of these technical areas and…
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A new global study finds several new categories of human jobs emerging, requiring skills and training that will take many companies by surprise. For more info see here.
PHD POSITIONS IN MULTI-AGENT SYSTEMS Applications are invited for fully-funded PhD positions in the Department of Computer Science at Royal Holloway, University of London, awarded on the basis of academic excellence to new students who will commence a research programme in Sep 2017. We are looking for applicants interested in Multi-Agent Systems, particularly in one of the following areas: – Multi-Agent Activity Recognition; – Human-Agent Negotiation Models; – Deployment Models…
The Second Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Diabetes will take place on 24 June 2017 as part of the 16th Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (AIME) in Vienna, Austria. The primary goal of the AID workshop is to facilitate discussion among different researchers actively engaged in finding Artificial Intelligence-based solutions to problems associated with diabetes. The complexity of this chronic illness has lead Artificial Intelligence (AI) to become a…