- The Workshops of the The Thirty-First AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Saturday, February 4-9, 2017, San Francisco, California, USA. AAAI Workshops WS-17, AAAI Press 2017
- Sander Beckers:
AAAI: An Argument Against Artificial Intelligence.
- Toby Walsh:
The Meta-Turing Test.
- Masataka Nishi:
Preemptive Detection of Unsafe Motion Liable for Hazard.
- Eric Griffin Jackson:
- Sarah K. K. Luger:
Beyond Mechanical Turk: Using Techniques from Meta Learning to Compare Crowdsourcing Platforms Across Languages.
- Tze-Yun Leong:
Toward A Collaborative AI Framework for Assistive Dementia Care.
- Raymond Ka-Man Sheh:
"Why Did You Do That?" Explainable Intelligent Robots.
- P. Michael Furlong:
Adaptive Sample Selection for Hypothesis Falsification.
- Matthieu Vergne:
Artificial Intelligence and Expertise: The Two Faces of the Same Artificial Performance Coin.
- Seng-Beng Ho:
Causal Learning versus Reinforcement Learning for Knowledge Learning and Problem Solving.
- Christopher William Geib:
Partial Observability in Grammar Based Plan Recognition.
- John Maraist:
String Shuffling over a Gap between Parsing and Plan Recognition.
- Kristina Y. Yordanova:
TextToHBM: A Generalised Approach to Learning Models of Human Behaviour for Activity Recognition from Textual Instructions.