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Sun, 8 Oct 2017 11:47:40 -0400
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*Call for Participation: AAAI 2017 Fall Symposium on Human-Agent Groups*
(November 9-11, 2017, Arlington, Virginia)

We invite participation to the "AAAI 2017 Fall Symposium on Human-Agent
Groups." The symposium aims to bring scholars together to discuss groups in
human-agent and human-robot interaction. We seek participation from
scholars of multi-agent systems, human groups and human-agent interaction
to (a) help inform research in human-agent groups, and (b) to spur
interesting research directions in respective parent fields.

Registration link:
Registration deadline: *October 13, 2017*

*Topics of interest:*

   - Guidelines and insights from studies of human groups for human-agent
   - Tools and techniques from multi-agent systems for human-agent groups
   - Novel applications of AI for human groups
   - Novel challenges in robot/interaction design due to human-agent groups
   - Novel challenges for supervisory control for supporting human-agent
   - Robots and autonomous agents as potential social category

*Confirmed speakers:*

   - Ana Paiva, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, Portugal
   - Brian Lickel, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
   - Christopher Amato, Northeastern University
   - Shiqi Zhang, Cleveland State University
   - Jeffrey Nickerson, Stevens Institute of Technology
   - Wendy Ju, Cornell Tech

*Contact email*
Please send questions/comments to the organizing committee at
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*Organizing Committee*
Marlena Fraune (IU); Vaibhav V Unhelkar (MIT); Bradley Hayes (MIT); Selma
Šabanović (IU); Julie Shah (MIT); Friederike Eyssel (Bielefeld University);
Malte Jung (Cornell University)

*For More Information*
For more information, please see the supplemental symposium website.

*Marlena R. Fraune*
2015-2018 National Science Foundation, Graduate Research Fellowship Program
(NSF GRFP) Fellow
Ph.D. Candidate, R House Living Lab <>
Cognitive Science Program and Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences
Indiana University

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