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ALMA: Human Centric Algebraic Machine Learning

Deliverables

Overall Architecture Definition - Initial M9

Specifications for the AMLDL and AML Integrating Platform released and revised in four different stages

Overall Architecture Definition - Revised M18

Specifications for the AMLDL and AML Integrating Platform released and revised in four different stages

Report on Collaboration - M18

Report describing main activities performed regarding collaboration

Sensor based context and activity recognition methods based on AML - Revised

We will deliver incrementally complex generations of methods for using AML to perform sensor based activity recognition based on the work of T 5152 and 53 code and evaluation report

AML-DL Specification - Initial M9

A language specification document for a highlevel language interpretable to algebraic relations compatible with AML The document shall include some basic examplesReleased and revised in four different stages

AML Theorems

We will send to the arxiv a technical report including theorems showing which properties learning algebras need for generalisation corresponding to Task 21

Human-AML Interaction - Initial

We will provide a stateoftheart review of the literature incorporating research from the cognitive and social sciences as well as research in information visualization

Report on Communication and Dissemination - M18

Report describing main activities performed regarding communication and dissemination

Exploitation and Outlook Plan - M18

A document with the exploitation and outlook plan together with the revision of actions and priorities regarding communication dissemination and collaboration activities

Analysis of algorithmic characteristics and hardware architecture templates - Initial

Research and development about the algorithmic characteristics and hardware architectures

AML based world models - Initial

We will demonstrate incrementally complex world models generated using AML and human input based T 54 55 and 56 code and evaluation report

AML-DL Specification - Revised M18

A language specification document for a highlevel language interpretable to algebraic relations compatible with AML The document shall include some basic examplesReleased and revised in four different stages

Sensor based context and activity recognition methods based on AML - Initial

We will deliver incrementally complex generations of methods for using AML to perform sensor based activity recognition based on the work of T 5152 and 53 code and evaluation report

Interaction Paradigm Methodology - Initial

We will extend current participatory design and generative design methodologies to incorporate the role of an intelligent system in the interaction loop where agency is revealed and shared by the human user and the AML system We will also provide new visualization methods that help novice users understand the state of the algorithm in terms they can understand

AML based world models - Revised

We will demonstrate incrementally complex world models generated using AML and human input based T 54 55 and 56 code and evaluation report

AML-IP implementation - Initial

An AMPIP implementation prototype will be released as open source Also an implementation report which will describe challenges alternatives directions and results will be periodically updated The implementation delivered will contain the state of the different parts of AMLIP that belongs to tasks 61 62 and 63

AML-DL Interpreter - Initial

A Python or C program to translate AMLDL into algebraic relations compatible with AML Documentation user manuals and installation guides will be written as well Released and revised in three different stages Initial internal release for consortia at M12

AML-DL Consistency checker - Initial M9

A C program that can read interpreted code from the AMLDL interpreter and determine its logical consistency

AML-IP implementation - Revised M18

An AMPIP implementation prototype will be released as open source Also an implementation report which will describe challenges alternatives directions and results will be periodically updated The implementation delivered will contain the state of the different parts of AMLIP that belongs to tasks 61 62 and 63

Working Prototype and designs - Initial

We will develop a working prototype in conjunction with creative professionals that demonstrates how human users can successfully interact with and control the AML

Data Management Plan - Initial

Data Management Plan specifying what data will be open detailing what data the project will generate whether and how it will be exploited or made accessible for verification and reuse and how it will be curated and preservedALMA project will produce data from experiments benchmarking of the AML engine on different scenarios WP3 along with data relative to the different use cases WP7 Also the performance of the different system tools could produce some reportable data WP6 It will also be updated to reflect the most recent state of the project as the project progresses

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Publications

Finite Atomized semilattices

Author(s): Fernando MartinMaroto, Gonzalo G. de Polavieja.
Published in: arXiv, 2021, ISSN 2331-8422
Publisher: arXiv

Semantic Embeddings in Semilattices

Author(s): Fernando Martin-Maroto, Gonzalo G. de Polavieja
Published in: arXiv, 2022, Page(s) 58, ISSN 2331-8422
Publisher: arXiv
DOI: 10.48550/arxiv.2205.12618

Combining Human-centred Explainability and Explainable AI.

Author(s): Koch, J., & Fortes Rey, V.
Published in: 2022
Publisher: ACM CHI Workshop Human-Centered Perspectives in Explainable AI

algebraic machine learning: learning by the extraction of stable components in the freest model

Author(s): Fernando Martin Maroto, Gonzalo G. de Polavieja.
Published in: arXiv, 2022, ISSN 2331-8422
Publisher: ArXiv

Psychomotor Predictive Processing

Author(s): Stephen Fox
Published in: Entropy, 23(7), 806, 2021, Page(s) 1-19, ISSN 2504-3900
Publisher: MDPI
DOI: 10.3390/e23070806

Behavioral Ethics Ecologies of Human-Artificial Intelligence Systems

Author(s): Stephen Fox
Published in: Behavioral Sciences, 12(4), 103, 2022, Page(s) 1-18, ISSN 2076-328X
Publisher: MDPI
DOI: 10.3390/bs12040103