- 6th Meeting: this meeting took place in Montpellier in June 2016. It was co-located with JIAF-2016.
- 5th Meeting: this meeting took place in Toulouse in January 2016.
- The workshop on Change in Argumentation http://www.cril.univ-artois.fr/changearg/, co-located with the PhD defense of Jean-Guy Mailly (29--30/09/2015)
- CoQuiAas wins first place at the First International Competition on Computational Models of Argumentation!
- The CoQuiAas tool is available for download. Checkout the dedicated webpage: http://www.cril.univ-artois.fr/coquiaas/
AMANDE in a
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The AMANDE (Advanced Multilateral Argumentation for DEliberation) project aims at providing formal tools for designing multiparty deliberation systems. The main objective is to define and study the properties of such systems, so that designers can ensure that users and possibly interacting agents are able to identify key arguments in a deliberation process, and to fairly defend their view. While the technological tools are now available to deploy such systems, we believe there is now an urgent need to work on the theoretical foundations of such platforms.
Our main ambition with this project is to provide the theoretical foundations allowing a designer to:
- Support multiparty deliberation, allowing for instance to fairly regulate a debate and avoid manipulation, to assess the status of a given claim, or to emphasize the critical claims put forward so far.
- Analyse multiparty deliberation, allowing for instance to identify key arguments, the most influential contributors, or the possible coalitions.
- Enable artificial agents to effectively take part in such deliberations, which raises in addition questions pertaining to the adequate definitions of strategies for such agents.