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  • 2019-04-12 Towards Explainable Process Predictions for Industry 4.0 in the DFKI-Smart-Lego-Factory
  • 2019-04-12 Catering to Real-Time Requirements of Cloud-Connected Mobile Manipulators
  • 2019-04-11 Efficient Supervision for Robot Learning Via Imitation, Simulation, and Adaptation
  • 2019-04-09 Episodic Memories for Safety-Aware Robots
  • 2019-04-09 From Research to Market: Building the Perception Systems for the Next Generation of Industrial Robots
  • 2019-04-09 Perception-Guided Mobile Manipulation Robots for Automation of Warehouse Logistics
  • 2019-04-05 A Semantic-Based Method for Teaching Industrial Robots New Tasks
  • 2019-04-03 On Cognitive Reasoning for Compliant Manipulation Tasks in Smart Production Environments
  • 2019-04-03 A Jumpstart Framework for Semantically Enhanced OPC-UA
  • 2019-04-02 On the Applicability of Probabilistic Programming Languages for Causal Activity Recognition
  • 2019-03 Intentional Forgetting: An Emerging Field in AI and Beyond
  • 2019-03 NEWS
  • 2019-03 Multi-Context Reasoning in Continuous Data-Flow Environments
  • 2019-03 Intentional Forgetting Must be Part of the Functionality
  • 2019-03 Can We Stop the Academic AI Brain Drain?
  • 2019-03 Intentional Forgetting: A Huge Potential for Organizations
  • 2019-03 Concepts and Algorithms for Computing Maximum Entropy Distributions for Knowledge Bases with Relational Probabilistic Conditionals
  • 2019-03 Towards a General Framework for Kinds of Forgetting in Common-Sense Belief Management
  • 2019-03 A Brief Survey on Forgetting from a Knowledge Representation and Reasoning Perspective
  • 2019-03 Please delete that! Why should I?
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    Intentional Forgetting

    Current trends, like the digital transformation and ubiquitous computing, yield in a massive increase in available data and information. On the other hand, in Artificial Intelligence systems, capacity of knowledge bases is limited due to computational complexity of many inference algorithms. Consequently, continuously sampling information and unfiltered storing in knowledge bases does not seem to be a promising or even feasible strategy. In human evolution, learning and forgetting have evolved as advantageous strategies for coping with available information by adding new knowledge to and removing irrelevant information from the human memory. Learning has been adopted in AI systems in various algorithms and applications. Forgetting, however, especially intentional forgetting,
    has gained much less attention, despite the potential forgetting can provide for coping with the seemingly ever increasing information overload observed in current systems.

    The aim of this special issue is to provide an overview on available theories and methods as well as ongoing research on forgetting and intentional forgetting relevant for the theory and practice of AI and AI systems from different perspectives like, e.g., knowledge representation, cognition, ontologies, reasoning, machine learning, self-organization, distributed AI, etc.

    Smart Production

    Smart Production is key for industrial and societal growth, providing opportunities for designing our future work life. This special issue targets to illustrate the requirements and challenges of a smart production which targets not only cyber-physical systems as enabler technology and AI-based robots in production but also solutions for supporting humans in production. For a beneficial use of AI, the necessary infrastructure must be provided. This includes currently used communication protocols and proposed architectures, as well as production systems. Also, contributions concerning the role of AI in context of robots and human workers, respectively, and industrial use-cases are invited.

    Cognitive Reasoning

    Human reasoning or the psychology of deduction is well researched in cognitive psychology and in cognitive science. There are many findings which are based on experimental data about human reasoning tasks. Among others, models for the Wason selection task or the suppression task are discussed by psychologists and cognitive scientists. However, only few of these models are computational and often models are modified when applied to a different task. Automated deduction, on the other hand, mainly focuses on the automated proof search in formal, logical calculi. Indeed, there is tremendous success during the last decades, and automated deduction systems are used in many industrial applications. However, most automated deduction systems are not really concerned with human reasoning tasks. Recently, a coupling of the areas of cognitive science and automated reasoning is addressed in several approaches. For example, there is increasing interest in modeling human reasoning tasks within automated reasoning systems based on answer set programming, deontic logic, abductive logic programming, and various other AI approaches. This special issue is aiming to foster the synergies between cognitive science and automated deduction.

    Reintegrating Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

    A major goal of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is to create autonomous, intelligent machines, or robots, that can sense their surroundings, reason about what they have perceived, plan their next actions, and act accordingly to accomplish their tasks. Moreover, robots should be able to learn from their own experience (including interactions with other agents) and adapt to changing conditions within their environments over their lifetime. Several of these challenges have been addressed and investigated by different subdisciplines of AI including Perception, Knowledge Representation & Reasoning, Planning, Interaction, and Learning. However, although these research areas have made tremendous progress over the last decade, their developed methods and techniques have not always been reintegrated into situated robot systems and deployed in the real world. It is the aim of this Special Issue on \"Reintegrating Artificial Intelligence and Robotics\" to emphasize that the reintegration of AI methods is a non-trivial factor in the design, development and evaluation of robot systems. In particular, we are interested in work related to both fully-integrated robots systems that use methods of AI to perform complex tasks in realistic environments and fundamental AI techniques that have the potential to transform the capabilities of robot systems, but which not been convincingly demonstrated in integrated systems.

    Artificial Intelligence in Games

    The special issue focuses on artificial intelligence (AI) methods applied in and for different types of games (e.g., board games, video games, serious games). Games have been shown to be the perfect testbed for advanced AI methods. AI in games is now a well established research area with two dedicated conferences and as well as a dedicated journal. Especially deep learning methods have recently proven to beat the best human experts in Atari video games and the game Go. Other methods such as evolutionary computation have been shown to allow complete new types of games through procedural content generation. While there has been much progress in game AI recently, some games such as StarCraft remain beyond even the most advanced AI algorithms. The goal of this special issue is to present a survey of the current research in Game AI and emerging trends in this area.

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