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Séminaire « Belief, Evidences and Trust in Agent Societies » par Emiliano Lorini
Le 21 juin prochain, à 14h, se tient à l’INSA un séminaire, animé par Emiliano Lorini, dont l’intitulé est :
Belief, Evidences and Trust in Agent Societies
« I will present two models of the interplay between belief, evidence and trust in agent societies. The first model is based on dynamic epistemic logic (DEL) and is devoted to formalize the connection between trust and evidence, on the one hand, and evidence and belief, on the other hand.
The second model exploits techniques from judgment aggregation and is devoted to study convergence of opinions in social networks induced by trust relations, formally represented by a trust network. »
Bio: Emiliano Lorini obtained a Ph.D. in Cognitive Sciences at University of Siena in 2006. Since 2009 he is a CNRS researcher at the Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse (IRIT). He is currently co-head of the LILaC team (Logique, Interaction, Langue, et Calcul) at IRIT. He has been awarded the CNRS bronze medal in 2014. He is also member of the Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse (IAST).
He obtained his habilitation at University of Toulouse in 2016. He has a background in artificial intelligence, logic and game theory. His main interest is in the formal analysis, with the aid of logic and game theory, of the reasoning and decision- making processes of both human agents and artificial agents as well as of several aspects of social interaction such as the concepts of trust, reputation, power and social emotion.
Emiliano Lorini authored more than 100 articles in journals, international conferences and workshops in the fields of AI, logic and game theory. He has been PC chair of EUMAS 2013, ECSI 2014, and NAG 2016. He edited a volume for the series Studies on the Philosophy of Sociality (Springer).