Accepted Papers

Proceedings

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Accepted Papers

  • 1) Nazanin Fouladgar, Marjan Alirezaie and Kary Främling - Decision Explanation: Applying Contextual Importance and Contextual Utility in Affect Detection

  • 2) Luca Capone and Marta Bertolaso - A Philosophical Approach for a Human-centered Explainable AI

  • 3) Matteo Baldoni, Cristina Baroglio, Roberto Micalizio and Stefano Tedeschi - Is Explanation the Real Key Factor for Innovation?

  • 4) Federico Maria Cau, Lucio Davide Spano and Nava Tintarev - Considerations for Applying Logical Reasoning to Explain Neural Network Outputs

  • 5) Bruno Apolloni and Ernesto Damiani - Learning simplified functions to understand

  • 6) Pierangela Bruno, Cinzia Marte and Francesco Calimeri - Understanding Automatic COVID-19 Classification using Chest X-ray images

  • 7) Ivan Donadello and Mauro Dragoni - SeXAI: Introducing Concepts into Black Boxes for Explainable Artificial Intelligence

  • 8) Luca Marconi, Ricardo Anibal Matamoros Aragon, Italo Zoppis, Sara Manzoni, Giancarlo Mauri and Francesco Epifania - Approaching Explainable Recommendations for Personalized Social Learning: the current stage in the educational platform "WhoTeach"

  • 9) Roberta Calegari, Andrea Omicini and Giovanni Sartor - Argumentation and Logic Programming for Explainable and Ethical AI

  • 10) Stefania Costantini and Valentina Pitoni - Towards a Logic of "Inferable'' for Self-Aware Transparent Logical Agents

  • 11) Fabio Massimo Zanzotto, Dario Onorati, Pierfrancesco Tommasino, Andrea Santilli, Leonardo Ranaldi and Francesca Fallucchi - Pat-in-the-loop: Syntax-based Neural Networks with Activation Visualization and Declarative Control

  • 12) Francesco Craighero, Alex Graudenzi, Fabrizio Angaroni, Fabio Stella and Marco Antoniotti - Understanding Deep Learning with Activation Pattern Diagrams

  • 13) Laura Giordano, Daniele Theseider DuprĂ© and Valentina Gliozzi - Towards a Conditional interpretation of Self Organizing Maps

  • 14) Carmelo Ardito, Yashar Deldjoo, Eugenio Di Sciascio and Fatemeh Nazary - Interacting with Features: Visual Inspection of Black-box Fault Type Classification Systems in Electrical Grids