Date: 9/19/19, 9 am to 5 pm
Location: MIT Samberg Conference Center
Room: Salon M (7th Floor)
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Machine learning (ML) has seen a tremendous amount of recent success, and has been applied in a variety of applications. However, some of these methods come with several drawbacks, such as the need for large amounts of training data, and the lack of explainability and verifiability of the results. In many domains, there is structured knowledge (e.g., from electronic health records, laws, clinical guidelines, or common sense knowledge) which can be leveraged for reasoning in an informed way (i.e., including the information encoded in the knowledge representation itself) in order to obtain high quality answers. Symbolic approaches for knowledge representation and reasoning (KRR) are less prominent today - mainly due to their lack of scalability - but their strength lies in the verifiable and interpretable reasoning that can be accomplished. This workshop aims at the intersection of these two sub-fields of AI, and hopes to shine a light on the synergies that exist between KRR and ML.
The workshop report is now available for download!
Please visit the detailed schedule for full details of all the talks and sessions, including talk videos and slides (where available).
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