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2022 Intelligent Sensing Winter School: event on Explainable AI Sensing, organised by the Centre for Intelligent Sensing at Queen Mary University of London and GraphNEx, featuring experts presenting their research related to explainable artificial intelligence and interpretable machine learning, on 12-14,19 December 2022.

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New publication: D. Gillet, I. Von├Ęche Cardia, J. A. La Scala; Introducing Alternative Value Proposition Canvases for Collaborative and Blended Design Thinking Activities in Science and Engineering Education, IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment, and Learning for Engineering (TALE) 2022 : Transforming Educational Technologies and Pedagogies for the Next Decade, Hong Kong, December 4-7, 2022.

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New publication: D. Stoidis, A. Cavallaro; Content-based Graph Privacy Advisor, IEEE Internationl Conference on Multimedia Big Data (BigMM), Naples, Italy, 5-7 December 2022.

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Image privacy at V&A museum: a GraphNEx demo on Privacy Awareness was presented at the Victoria and Albert museum during the Friday Late event on 23 September 2022 and the Digital Design Weekend on 24-25 September 2022.

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New publication: L. Ferrarello, R. Fiadeiro, R. Mazzon, A. Cavallaro; Reframing the narrative of privacy through system-thinking design, DRS2022, Bilbao, Spain, 25 June-3 July 2022.

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GraphNEx workshop at EPFL: Can we extrapolate semantic concepts and extract meaningful relationships that promote human interpretability from the current advances in explainable artificial intelligence (XAI)?

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GraphNEx objectives: GraphNEx will contribute a graph-based framework for developing inherently explainable AI. Unlike current AI systems that utilise complex networks to learn high-dimensional, abstract representations of data, GraphNEx embeds symbolic meaning within AI frameworks...

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