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BAcc – A conversational Agent Framework

Time Friday 21 October, 2022 at 12:15 - 13:00
Place Online via Zoom

One may distinguish between acceptance as assent and acceptance as a belief-like mental attitude. The distinction between belief and acceptance has been initially introduced in Philosophy of Mind to address cases where an agent’s actions contradict his beliefs. More recently, acceptance has been used to model cultural knowledge, group beliefs, common ground, or language as a tool.
In this talk, I describe a conversational agent framework based on a refashioning of the distinction between belief and acceptance.

About the speaker

Sylvie Saget, Doctoral Student at Linguistics and Theory of Science Unit, University of Gothenburg. Her research interests include Social Cognition, Dialogue modeling/Pragmatics, Cognitive Agent, Language and cognition, Philosophy of Mind, Design & Conception Methods, Ethics and AI.

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Sylvie Saget, doctoral student at Linguistics and Theory of Science unit, University of Gothenburg.