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The session on norms was quite interesting, focusing both on logics for norms, the notion of responsibility, the notion of privacy etc.

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Last day at @PRIMA2019Conf@twitter.com! There were two sessions today, one dedicated to norms & organization and the other one was the special track on social science.

We concluded this day at Eataly for the social dinner. The food was excellent, and I've had the occasion to discuss with many people from all around the world. Ricardo de Masellis received the best paper award for his works on dynamic multi-agent systems;

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I had never heard of such workd befor the conference and the idea (model psychological disorders in a mind model) is very interesting. Some papers also studied how to implements solutions for psychological disorders based on these models. Very promising indeed.

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The last session of the day was on social and cognitiive science. We got presentations on information sharing, DCOP for edge computing and some works on social choice. There were also a set of papers on psychology modeling by the team of Jan Treur.

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In the short paper, we also got some presentation on IoT and drones related problems, on of them focusing more specifically on a formalization of multi-robot task allocation in a framework that could be used for knowledge reasoning.

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The session on logic covered a set of papers on logics used in MAS, some of them for BDI.

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I won't talk about that too much, but it made me reconsider several questions, and I think I'll try to spend some time explaining what I think about that around here some day.

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This session was followed by the talk on the interaction between law, ethics and governance of AI by Ugo Pagallo. The presentation focsed on the way to create a framework for AI involving these three elements, in particular regarding the European concerns.

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Yesterday morning, the session was dedicated to simulation, with many papers on different topics, going from the way to spot unlikely events in agent based models to drone based simulations.

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Third day at @PRIMA2019Conf@twitter.com. Once more, we got a number of very interesting papers.

In the afternoon, I attended the great talk of Frank Dignum about norms, values and conventions, and an interesting session about game theory, mostly focused on coalitional games. Worth noticing the several japanese grads who presented very interesting papers: thank you pals! And as usual in conferences: meeting with interesting people make the journey soooo pleasant. A big thanks to the organizers!

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Another inspiring day at . Today, I've had the opportunity to present my paper, a MCTS-based Automated Negotiation Agent, co-authored by Zahia Guessoum and Sylvain Ductor. I also attended the other papers of the session on automated negotiation and agent learning, which were very interesting.

I'm at (The 22nd International Conference
on Principles and Practice of Multi-Agent Systems) for the week, and I'll be presenting my paper and poster tomorrow. Today, I attended Agent-based Crowd Decision-making (AgentCrowd2019), and discovered (among other very interesting talks) D-Agree, the framework of the Nagoya Institute of Technology, a tool for online discussion with intelligent agent mediators.


Félicitations à Pierre Rust, qui a soutenu sa thèse dans le domaine des les Distributed Constraint Optimisation Problems (DCOP) aujourd'hui "Autonomous and spontaneous coordination of connected objects". La these a été préparée sous la direction de Gauthier Picard, à Orange sous l'encadrement de Fano Ramparany.

Les gens de mon boulot qui me scudent par mail parce que je file des coups de main. Mood be like

Super intéressant ce graphique (et le thread dans son ensemble aussi)

RT @octal_@twitter.com

Regardons donc comment tout cela a évolué en France.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/octal_/status/1176

Petit retour sur ma participation au salon de l'aéronautique au Bourget. Après avoir rencontré la ministre de l'ESR, Frédérique Vidal, j'ai eu la chance de participer à un podcast de job radio, où j'explique un peu le job de l'ingénieur de recherche, avec Vincent Mattei, le responsable RH France. C'est par ici: jobradio.fr/emissions/recrutem
Et j'ai pu voir quelques vols, le Rafale bien entendu, mais aussi le Tigre et le PAC JF-17 Thunder !

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