Andreas Brännström

Andreas Brännström
Umeå University | UMU · Department of Computing Science

Master of Technology
Strategic Argumentation to deal with interactions between intelligent systems and humans.

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Introduction
In this project, we propose to investigate strategic argumentation to reach agreements between humans and intelligent systems in dialogue game settings. To this end, we will develop formal reasoning methods based on non-monotonic reasoning theories such as Formal Argumentation and Answer Set Programming. We evaluate these reasoning methods from formal, practical and ethical points of view. Current research: https://people.cs.umu.se/andreasb/
Education
September 2018 - June 2020
Department of Computing Science
Field of study
  • Computing Science

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Publications (4)
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This volume contains revised versions of the papers selected for the second volume of the Online Handbook of Argumentation for AI (OHAAI). Previously, formal theories of argument and argument interaction have been proposed and studied, and this has led to the more recent study of computational models of argument. Argumentation, as a field within ar...
Conference Paper
We conducted a diary study of how 19 experienced users accessed the Internet from cell phones. Our data show that participants often chose the cell phone to access the Internet even though they had access to a computer, and the most common location for Internet access being the home. Reasons for choosing the phone over the computer were speed, conv...
Conference Paper
We conducted a diary and interview study to investigate where and why people use cell phones to access the Internet. In more that 50% of the cases, our participants chose a phone even though they had access to a computer, and the most frequent location for cell phone Internet access was the home.

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Collaborative intelligence between humans and intelligent systems relies heavily on the skills of humans and intelligent systems for reaching agreements between them. However, reaching these agreements requires complex interaction processes, which include human reasoning based on common sense and goal-oriented decision-making processes performed by the intelligence systems. For reaching their goals, intelligent systems need to put different strategies into play during their social interactions. In this project, we propose to investigate strategic argumentation to reach agreements between humans and intelligent systems in dialogue game settings. To this end, we will develop formal reasoning methods based on non-monotonic reasoning theories such as Formal Argumentation and Answer Set Programming. We will evaluate these formal reasoning methods from formal and practical points of view. The practical evaluation will be set up in the scope of digital companions.