Search Results for author: Munindar P. Singh

Found 19 papers, 2 papers with code

Decision Theory-Guided Deep Reinforcement Learning for Fast Learning

1 code implementation8 Feb 2024 Zelin Wan, Jin-Hee Cho, Mu Zhu, Ahmed H. Anwar, Charles Kamhoua, Munindar P. Singh

Experimental results demonstrate that the integration of decision theory not only facilitates effective initial guidance for DRL agents but also promotes a more structured and informed exploration strategy, particularly in environments characterized by large and intricate state spaces.


Norm Enforcement with a Soft Touch: Faster Emergence, Happier Agents

no code implementations29 Jan 2024 Sz-Ting Tzeng, Nirav Ajmeri, Munindar P. Singh

Whereas it is well-known that sanctioning can lead to the emergence of norms, we posit that a broader kind of social intelligence can prove more effective in promoting cooperation in a multiagent system.

Moral Judgments in Narratives on Reddit: Investigating Moral Sparks via Social Commonsense and Linguistic Signals

no code implementations30 Oct 2023 Ruijie Xi, Munindar P. Singh

We focus on excerpts-which we term moral sparks-from original posts that commenters include to indicate what motivates their judgments.

Informativeness Moral Scenarios

Conversation Modeling to Predict Derailment

no code implementations20 Mar 2023 Jiaqing Yuan, Munindar P. Singh

We propose a domain-adaptive pretraining objective to integrate conversational structure information and a multitask learning scheme to leverage the distance from each utterance to derailment.

Extracting Incidents, Effects, and Requested Advice from MeToo Posts

no code implementations19 Mar 2023 Vaibhav Garg, Jiaqing Yuan, Rujie Xi, Munindar P. Singh

We develop a natural language-based model to identify sentences from a post that describe any of the above three categories.

PACO: Provocation Involving Action, Culture, and Oppression

no code implementations19 Mar 2023 Vaibhav Garg, Ganning Xu, Munindar P. Singh

Further, we labeled 7, 000 sentences for three provocation categories and called this dataset PACO.

Cultural Vocal Bursts Intensity Prediction

Consent as a Foundation for Responsible Autonomy

no code implementations22 Mar 2022 Munindar P. Singh

This paper focuses on a dynamic aspect of responsible autonomy, namely, to make intelligent agents be responsible at run time.

Decision Making

Noe: Norms Emergence and Robustness Based on Emotions in Multiagent Systems

no code implementations30 Apr 2021 Sz-Ting Tzeng, Nirav Ajmeri, Munindar P. Singh

Social norms characterize collective and acceptable group conducts in human society.

Moral and Social Ramifications of Autonomous Vehicles

no code implementations28 Jan 2021 Veljko Dubljević, Sean Douglas, Jovan Milojevich, Nirav Ajmeri, William A. Bauer, George F. List, Munindar P. Singh

Whereas previous studies of such concerns have focused on the opinions of experts, we seek to understand these ethical and societal challenges from the perspectives of the drivers themselves.

Autonomous Vehicles

Prosocial Norm Emergence in Multiagent Systems

no code implementations29 Dec 2020 Mehdi Mashayekhi, Nirav Ajmeri, George F. List, Munindar P. Singh

It is well recognized that the norms that arise in society are not always beneficial to its members.

Decision Making Fairness

Leveraging Structural and Semantic Correspondence for Attribute-Oriented Aspect Sentiment Discovery

no code implementations IJCNLP 2019 Zhe Zhang, Munindar P. Singh

Opinionated text often involves attributes such as authorship and location that influence the sentiments expressed for different aspects.

Attribute Semantic correspondence

Tosca: Operationalizing Commitments Over Information Protocols

no code implementations10 Aug 2017 Thomas C. King, Akın Günay, Amit K. Chopra, Munindar P. Singh

The notion of commitment is widely studied as a high-level abstraction for modeling multiagent interaction.

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