REDI Programme
REDI Programme

REDI Programme
REDI Programme
 : 
Online Communities
Online Communities

A Project coordinated by IIIA.

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Principal investigator: 

Collaborating organisations:

RMIT University

Enzyme Advising Group

RMIT University

Enzyme Advising Group



Funding entity:

European Union’s Horizon 2020
European Union’s Horizon 2020

Funding call:

RMIT European Doctoral Innovators (REDI) Programme
RMIT European Doctoral Innovators (REDI) Programme

Funding call URL:

Project #:

101034328
101034328

Total funding amount:

8.895.360,00€
8.895.360,00€

IIIA funding amount:

Duration:

01/Mar/2022
01/Mar/2022
28/Feb/2027
28/Feb/2027

Extension date:

Option 1 Automated extraction of Online Community Norms

Project: Contribute to the safety of emergent online communities by providing automated methods for identifying and preventing agents from contravening community guidelines (aka standards, rules). The project will investigate AI techniques in the area of autonomous multi agent systems such as AI Planning, Conversational agents, Goal based reasoning and Normative reasoning in agent societies.

 

Option 2 Detecting Violations of Online Community Norms

Project: Contribute to the safety of emergent online communities by providing automated methods for identifying and preventing agents from contravening community guidelines (aka standards, rules). The project will investigate AI techniques in the area of autonomous multi agent systems to Develop automated methods to derive “opposite actions” that constitute violations of community guidelines i.e., represent the behaviours of malicious agents.

 

Option 3 Detecting bullying behaviours in Online Communities

Project: Contribute to the safety of emergent online communities by providing automated methods for identifying and preventing agents from contravening community guidelines (aka standards, rules). The project will investigate AI techniques in the area of autonomous multi agent systems to investigate and develop techniques to predict “bullying” behaviours from conversation threads and generate counter strategies to prevent such behaviours in online communities.

Option 1 Automated extraction of Online Community Norms

Project: Contribute to the safety of emergent online communities by providing automated methods for identifying and preventing agents from contravening community guidelines (aka standards, rules). The project will investigate AI techniques in the area of autonomous multi agent systems such as AI Planning, Conversational agents, Goal based reasoning and Normative reasoning in agent societies.

 

Option 2 Detecting Violations of Online Community Norms

Project: Contribute to the safety of emergent online communities by providing automated methods for identifying and preventing agents from contravening community guidelines (aka standards, rules). The project will investigate AI techniques in the area of autonomous multi agent systems to Develop automated methods to derive “opposite actions” that constitute violations of community guidelines i.e., represent the behaviours of malicious agents.

 

Option 3 Detecting bullying behaviours in Online Communities

Project: Contribute to the safety of emergent online communities by providing automated methods for identifying and preventing agents from contravening community guidelines (aka standards, rules). The project will investigate AI techniques in the area of autonomous multi agent systems to investigate and develop techniques to predict “bullying” behaviours from conversation threads and generate counter strategies to prevent such behaviours in online communities.

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Carles Sierra
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