EXplainable and TRAnsparent AI and Multi-Agent Systems
London, UK, 29 May 2023
The 5th International Workshop on
EXplainable and TRAnsparent AI and Multi-Agent Systems (EXTRAAMAS) runs since 2019, and is a well-established workshop and forum. It aims to discuss and disseminate research on explainable artificial intelligence, with a particular focus on intra/inter-agent explainability and cross-disciplinary perspectives. In its 5th edition, EXTRAAMAS 2023 identifies four particular focus topics with the ultimate goal of strengthening cutting-edge foundational and applied research.
1. XAI Fundamentals.
EXTRAAMAS encourages the submission of seminal and visionary research papers.
2. XAI in Action: Applied perspectives.
EXTRAAMAS explicitly encourages the submission of applied research and demo papers.
3. XAI and Law Cross-disciplinary Perspectives.
EXTRAAMAS will feature the keynote titled "Untrustworthy AI" given by Jeremy Pitt, Professor at Imperial College London.
This of course comes in addition to the main theme of the workshop, focused as usual on XAI fundamentals. Below the four tracks for this year.
All accepted papers are eligible for publication in the Springer Lecture Notes of Artificial Intelligence conference proceedings (after revisions have been applied).