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Call for Papers: The International Workshop on Dialogue, Explanation and Argumentation in Human-Agent Interaction (DEXAHAI) 
Workshop at the Sixth international conference on Human-agent Interaction (HAI) 
15th of December 2018, Southampton UK

Submission Deadline: 29th October 2018 (11:59PM TAHT - Tahiti Time)
Notification of acceptance: 5th of November 2018
Workshop date: 15th December 2018 (Room and time TBC)

Workshop website:  https://sites.google.com/view/dexahai-18/home

Given the increased interest and requirements to explain decisions made by agents there is potential for approaches and techniques from various domains to provide novel approaches to supporting dialogue and explainability within the HAI context.
The International Workshop on Dialogue, Explanation and Argumentation in Human-Agent Interaction (DEXAHAI) will focus on the approaches, concepts and applications relevant to supporting dialogue and explainability in the Human-Agent Interaction (HAI) context. 
We focus on the following questions: 
- How to develop methods to facilitate dialogue between humans and agents?
- How to derive arguments given such dialogues?
- How to explain the decisions made by the intelligent systems and how humans interact with such systems?

Workshop Goals
The aim of the International Workshop on Dialogue, Explanation and Argumentation in Human-Agent Interaction (DEXAHAI) is to provide a forum to discuss and advance the potential synergy and collaborations within these domains. Specific topics for this workshop include but are not limited to:

- Collaborative Multi-agent systems based on argumentation
- Dialogue between agents
- Explainable AI
- Agreement technologies (negotiation and argumentation)
- Studies in Explainability in Human-Agent Interaction
- Trust modeling for Multi-agent decision making
- Feedback on presenting argumentation reasoning to support human agent interaction
- Empirical evaluations of argumentation systems involving collaborations between humans and agents

The workshop will also include an invited talk.

Submission Format: Submissions will the in the format of short papers (2 to 4 pages). These should be submitted using the main ACM HAI conference template and submissions should be made via EasyChair.
 
 
Organising Committee:
Isabel Sassoon - King's College London, Uk
Nadin Kokciyan - King's College London, Uk 
Simon Parsons  - King's College London, Uk
Timothy Norman - University of Southampton, Uk


Program Committee:
Katarzyna Budzynska - University of Dundee, UK
Federico Cerruti - Cardiff University, UK
Oya Celiktutan Dikici	 - King's College London, UK
Daniele Magazzeni - King's College London, UK
Josh Murphy - King's College London, UK
Nir Oren - University of Aberdeen, UK
Ariel Rosenfeld - Weizmain Institute of Science, Israel 	
Elizabeth Sklar - King's College London, UK
Francesca Toni - Imperial College, UK
Alice Toniolo - St Andrews University, UK
Serena Villata - CNRS, France
Pinar Yolum - Utrecht University, Holland

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