A technical paper explaining part of the reasoning model underlying the SAsSy demonstrator has been nominated for the best paper award at the 2014 Benelux Conference on Artificial Intelligence (BNAIC). The paper shows the correctness of the some of the proof procedures applied in the demonstrator. Although the actual prize was awarded to another paper of the conference, we feel that the fact that our work was among the nominees acknowledges that we’re on the right track.
Monthly Archives: November 2014
Roman Kutlak presented the SAsSy demo software at DEMOfest organised at the University of Edinburgh. DEMOfest is an event that brings together scientists, industrialists and investors to take cutting edge projects and applications to the next stages of development. The event covers many themes such as robotics, human computer interaction and natural language processing. It is a great networking event that helps to bring science to everyday life and we are happy to have been able to take part in it.