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 […]

EIS at the conference for industrial, organizational and economic psychology (AOW) 2019 in Braunschweig (September 26, 2019)

Last week, Lena Kästner and Markus Langer had the opportunity to present the topic Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI) and the idea behind our research project Explainable Intelligent Systems (EIS) to an attentive audience at the AOW 2019. A fascinating discussion was prompted, following the presentation of the two researchers and after having bridged the terminological […]

Workshop: final program, abstracts, new location, …

You can now download the final version of our program as well as a compilation of abstracts on our workshop page. Please note that due to high demand, our workshop location has been changed to building E 2.1, room 0.1. In case you are not familiar with our campus, please find a map of it […]

A retreat in the woods

EIS is a highly interdisciplinary research project. For this reason, we have been working hard on bridging the gap between different faculties. Until now, we have been doing this on a mainly theoretical level, including (but not limited to) attending weekly meetings, explaining our domain-specific jargons to each other and attending talks together. This time, […]

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