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International Joint Conference on Learning & Reasoning




9 - 11 September 2020,
Athens, Greece
ILP 2020

ILP 2020

30th International Conference on Inductive Logic Programming

NeSy 2020

NeSy 2020

15th International Workshop on Neural-Symbolic Learning and Reasoning

StarAI 2020

StarAI 2020

10th International Workshop on Statistical Relational AI

AAIP 2020

AAIP 2020

10th International Workshop on Approaches and Applications of Inductive Programming

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  • Paper submission dates TBA soon.



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The rapid progress in machine learning has been the primary reason for a fresh look in the transormative potential of AI as a whole during the past decade. Taking full advantage of this potential calls for hybrid learning and reasoning systems, capable of low-level perception, a task in which the current state of the art in (deep) machine learning excels, but also, of “knowing”, “assuming” and inferring more than what has been perceived via higher-level reasoning, generalization and abstraction.

Combining machine learning with logic and probability, the two primary methods for reasoning, is being studied by Inductive Logic Programming (ILP) and Statistical Relational AI (StarAI), while Neural-Symbolic Integration further combines the latter with neural computation, thus bridging deep learning with logical and probabilistic learning and reasoning. In 2020, the International Joint Conference on Learning and Reasoning brings together four international conferences and workshops addressing such research topics: The 30th International Conference on Inductive Logic Programming (ILP), the 15th International Workshop on Neural-Symbolic Learning & Reasoning (NeSy), the 10th International Workshop on Statistical Relational Artificial Inteligence (StarAI) and the 10th International Workshop on Approaches and Applications of Inductive Programming (AAIP). The goal of the joint conference is the presentation of technical advancements on various topics of special interest to the participating conferences/workshops, such as integrating logic with induction and probability, neural with symbolic representations, or synthesizing executable programs from examples, but also, to promote collaboration and cross-fertilization between different approaches and methodologies via joint discussions, keynotes and poster sessions.



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