HAIDM 2015 @AAMAS 2015, Istanbul

We have secured the fourth edition of the workshop at AAMAS 2015 which will take place in Istanbul, Turkey. The CFP will be posted here soon but you can have a peek at the draft CFP on the HAIDM 2015 page.

On a related note, the JAAMAS special issue received 22 submissions out of which 6 were accepted. These will soon be advertised on the site. Given the success of the special issue, we aim to secure a similar venue for the next edition of the workshop.

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Panel Session at HAIDM

The panel session will be held on the 6th of May from 5:00pm to 6:15pm. The panelists will include:

  • Tom Rodden, University of Nottingham
  • Mike Goodrich, Brigham Young University
  • Michael Rovatsos, University of Edinburgh

The panel will include 10 min talks from Mike and Michael and will then focus on key questions selected by the organisers and the audience. 

The location of the workshop has been confirmed as Ella Fitzgerald B

HAIDM 2014 agenda (Tuesday May 6, 2014)

Session 1 (9am – 10:30am)

9:00 – 9:20am
Security Games in the Field: Deployments on a Transit System
Francesco Delle Fave, Matthew Brown, Chao Zhang, Eric Shieh, Albert Jiang and Milind Tambe

9:20 – 9:40am
“Building a Bridge”: Communication, Trust and Commitment in Human-Intelligent Virtual Agent Teams
Nader Hanna and Deborah Richards

9:40 – 10:00am
Toward a Human-Centric Task Complexity Model for Interaction with Multi-Robot Teams
Arif Tuna Ozgelen and Elizabeth I. Sklar

10:00 – 10:20am
Human-Agent Collaboration for Real-World Disaster Response
Sarvapali Ramchurn, Feng Wu, Wenchao Jiang, Joel Fischer, Steven Reece, Chris Greenhalgh, Stephen Roberts, Tom Rodden and Nick Jennings

10:20 – 10:30am
Human-Agent Interaction: Challenges for Bringing Humans and Agents Together (S)
Rui Prada and Ana Paiva


Session 2 (11am – 12:30am)

11:00 – 11:20am
Advice Provision for Choice Selection Processes with Ranked Options
Amos Azaria, Sarit Kraus, Claudia Goldman and Kobi Gal

11:20 – 11:40am
Peer Designed Agents: Just reflect or also affect?
Avshalom Elmalech, David Sarne and Noa Agmon

11:40 – 12:00am
Equilibrium Strategies for Human-Computer Negotiation in 3-player market settings
Galit Haim, Kobi Gal, Bo An and Sarit Kraus

12:00 – 12:10am
EduRank: Personalization in E-Learning using Social Choice and Collaborative Filtering (S)
Kobi Gal

12:10 – 12:20am
A Boundedly Rational Human Turns Off a Rational Assistant in Finite Time with Probability 1 (S)
Robert Axtell

12:20 – 12:30am
Interactive Social Agents from Deep Data (S)
Joana Campos and Ana Paiva


Session 3 (2pm – 3:30pm)

2pm – 3pm
Invited talk
Tom Rodden

3:00 – 3:20pm
Familiar faces: Trust in a facially similar agent
Frank Verberne, Jaap Ham and Cees Midden

3:20 – 3:30pm
Sustainable Relationship with a Product using Anthropomorphization (S)
Hirotaka Osawa


Session 4 (4pm – 6pm)

4:00 – 4:20pm
Strategic Information Platforms – Selective Disclosure and The Price of “Free”
Chen Hajaj and David Sarne

4:20 – 4:40pm
When Things Go Wrong
Peter Wallis, Keeley Crockett and Claire Little

4:40 – 4:50pm
Request-Driven Social Computing: Towards Next Generation Crowdsensing Systems (S)
Mathijs de Weerdt, Virginia Dignum, M. Birna van Riemsdijk and Martijn Warnier

4:50 – 5:00pm
A Field Study of Human-Agent Interaction for Electricity Tariff Switching (S)
Alper Alan, Enrico Costanza, Joel Fisher, Sarvapali Ramchurn, Tom Rodden and Nicholas Jennings

5:00 – 5:10pm
NegoChat: A Chat-Based Negotiation Agent (S)
Avi Rosenfeld


Panel Session (5:10 – 6:15pm)

Accepted Papers at HAIDM 2014

We received a record 22 submissions out of which 17 were accepted (10 for long talks, 7 for short talks). The full schedule for the workshop will be announced in the coming weeks but here’s a taster:

Long Talks (15+5mins)

  • Amos Azaria, Sarit Kraus, Claudia Goldman and Kobi Gal. Advice Provision for Choice Selection Processes with Ranked Options
  • Peter Wallis, Keeley Crockett and Claire Little. When Things Go Wrong
  • Avshalom Elmalech, David Sarne and Noa Agmon. Peer Designed Agents: Just reflect or also affect?
  • Chen Hajaj and David Sarne. Strategic Information Platforms – Selective Disclosure and The Price of “Free”
  • Nader Hanna and Deborah Richards. “Building a Bridge”: Communication, Trust and Commitment in Human-Intelligent Virtual Agent Teams
  • Arif Tuna Ozgelen and Elizabeth I. Sklar. Toward a Human-Centric Task Complexity Model for Interaction with Multi-Robot Teams
  • Frank Verberne, Jaap Ham and Cees Midden. Familiar faces: Trust in a facially similar agent
  • Galit Haim, Kobi Gal, Bo An and Sarit Kraus. Equilibrium Strategies for Human-Computer Negotiation in 3-player market settings
  • Sarvapali Ramchurn, Feng Wu, Wenchao Jiang, Joel Fischer, Steven Reece, Chris Greenhalgh, Stephen Roberts, Tom Rodden and Nick Jennings. Human-Agent Collaboration for Real-World Disaster Response
  • Francesco Delle Fave, Matthew Brown, Chao Zhang, Eric Shieh, Albert Jiang and Milind Tambe. Security Games in the Field: Deployments on a Transit System

Short talks (8+2mins)

  • Alper Alan, Enrico Costanza, Joel Fisher, Sarvapali Ramchurn, Tom Rodden and Nicholas Jennings. A Field Study of Human-Agent Interaction for Electricity Tariff Switching
  • Rui Prada and Ana Paiva. Human-Agent Interaction: Challenges for Bringing Humans and Agents Together
  • Avi Rosenfeld. NegoChat: A Chat-Based Negotiation Agent    
  • Joana Campos and Ana Paiva. Interactive Social Agents from Deep Data
  • Robert Axtell. A Boundedly Rational Human Turns Off a Rational Assistant in Finite Time with Probability 1
  • Hirotaka Osawa. Sustainable Relationship with a Product using Anthropomorphization
  • Kobi Gal. EduRank: Personalization in E-Learning using Social Choice and Collaborative Filtering

Invited talk by Prof. Tom Rodden at HAIDM 2014

We are pleased to announce that Prof. Tom Rodden has kindly agreed to give a talk at HAIDM 2014. See his bio below:

Prof. Tom Rodden, University of Nottingham

Tom-Rodden.large_Tom Rodden is Professor of Interactive Systems at the Mixed Reality Laboratory (MRL) at the University of Nottingham and Director of Equator.  Prof Rodden’s research focuses on the development of new technologies to support users within the real world and new forms of interactive technology that emerge from mixing physical and digital interaction. This is a multi-disciplinary endeavour bringing together researchers in behavioural and social sciences and those involved in systems engineering, network infrastructures and interactive systems design. This ranges from those with a background in anthropology to those with training in art&design and embrace technologists from software development to the construction of novel hardware.  He has published widely in the areas of Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), HCI and Ubiquitous computing. Since 2001 he has been director of the Equator IRC that brings together 8 different research institutes in the UK. The Equator IRC is a six-year programme of research to explore new technologies that interweave the physical and digital worlds supported by the UK’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).