EIS at RE’19

One of the biggest coups for EIS was to have a paper accepted at the renowned IEEE Requirements Engineering Conference during the project’s planning grant period. Consequently, Maximilian Köhl and Timo Speith, two of the paper’s authors, flew to South Korea to present their work to an interested community. During their stay, both of them […]

Our first workshop: Issues in Explainable AI

After months of preparation, we were happy to successfully launch our very first workshop “Issues in Explainable AI: Black Boxes, Recommendations, and Levels of Explanation” on September 30, 2019. Researchers from different disciplines gave their presentations in front of a broad and engaging audience. The interest in our workshop was so high that our workshop […]

Public outreach event at Saarbrücken town hall

Yesterday, the final part of our three-day workshop took place: the public discussion ”Erklärbare Intelligente Systeme: Verstehen. Verantwortung. Vertrauen.” (Explainable Intelligent Systems: Understanding. Responsibility. Trust.) We were happy that the Saarland University president Prof. Manfred J. Schmitt accepted our invitation and addressed the audience at the beginning of the evening. In his address, he expressed […]

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