Author: Claudio Fiandrino

February 8, 2024

Cobertura de la Televisión Nacional Española

Pablo, who works on bRAIN to deliver explainability for time series forecasting AI models, was interviewed about his research experience...

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December 8, 2023

Presenting EXPLORA at ACM CoNEXT

Claudio presented last Wednesday our EXPLORA work at ACM CoNEXT 2023. With the increasing complexity of network operations, understanding the...

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December 8, 2023

The 1st SAFE Workshop

  The first edition of SAFE was very successful: more than 15 attendees contributed a fruitful discussion on topics of...

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December 1, 2023

Two Accepted Papers at IEEE INFOCOM 2024

Next year we will present in Vancouver two papers at IEEE INFOCOM 2024! One is about AIChronoLens, a new tool...

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November 18, 2023

EXPLORA’s artifacts available & functional & reproduced

ACM has evaluated EXPLORA’s artifacts and awarded all the reproducibility badges to our work.

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November 16, 2023

Accepted Paper at ACM CoNEXT

We will present our work EXPLORA, a tool that generates explanations to understand and control the logic of Deep Reinforcement...

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November 14, 2023

SAFE Workshop @CoNEXT23: Final Program is Out

The program of very first Workshop on “SAfety Bounded, Fidelitous, and Explainable Machine Learning for Networking” (SAFE) is out: check it...

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October 11, 2023

Best Paper Runner-Up at ACM WiNTECH’23

On Oct. 6th, Claudio presented our recent work at the 17th edition of ACM WiNTECH that was awarded with a...

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August 25, 2023

Building datasets for our Machine Learning Models

With the objective of working with up-to-date datasets to train our models and then develop and test explainable techniques, we...

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July 25, 2023

Co-Organizing the First SAFE Workshop @CoNEXT23

Claudio will co-organize a Workshop on “SAfety Bounded, Fidelitous, and Explainable Machine Learning for Networking” (SAFE) to be held as...

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