L'activitat d'aquest grup es centra en el disseny i desenvolupament de sistemes multiagent, entesos com sistemes oberts i distribuïts compostos d'agents intel·ligents, equipats amb mecanismes de coordinació que els hi permeten la resolució de problemes de forma col·lectiva.

Projectes actuals
  • The Internet of Us
    gen. 2019 - des. 2022
    (Main researcher:Nardine Osman)
  • Technology for Conflict Resolution
    maig 2017 - abr. 2020
    (Main researcher:Pablo Noriega)
  • Collectiveware: Highly-parallel algorithms for collective intelligence
    jun 2017 - jun 2019
    (Main researcher:Juan A. Rodríguez-Aguilar)
  • Artificial Intelligence for Finance
    maig 2018 - abr. 2019
    (Main researcher:Pere García)
  • Gestión de la diversidad semántica e interaccional en sistemas computacionales
    jul. 2017 - des. 2018
    (Main researcher:Marco Schorlemmer)
    set. 2017 - des. 2018
    (Main researcher:Pere García)
  • Tecnologías para potenciar colectivos humanos en la red eléctrica inteligente
    gen. 2016 - des. 2018
    (Main researcher:Juan A. Rodríguez-Aguilar)
Darreres notícies
jul. 2017

The CCCB's activity “Visibilitzant la crisi humanitària a Europa des de l’experiència de persones refugiades”, included the projection of the documentary Invisibles (25 ', 2016),  the IIIA-CSIC’s project uHelp - www.uhelpapp.com - and a round table with the Catalan Syrian Bakri Bouchi; Ángela Martínez, representing the group of voluntary professionals of SOS Refugiats, and Blanca Garcés a researcher in migrations of CIDOB. The activity intended to raise awareness of the delicate situation of the refugees in the world. For additional information about uHelp project please see: http://www.dicat.csic.es/rdcsic/index.php/en/?option=com_content&view=article&id=424:algoritmos-de-inteligencia-artificial-para-la-solidaridad&catid=117:proyectos&Itemid=482&lang=es


jul. 2017

The goal of this app is to help vulnerable communities to establish social relations among its users as well as strengthen trustful social connections among them


jul. 2016

The paper "An Argument-based Creative Assistant for Harmonic Blending " by Maximos Kaliakatsos-Papakostas, Roberto Confalonieri (IIIA postdoc), Joseph Corneli, Asterios Zacharakis and Emilios Cambouropoulos, has been distinguished as the best paper of the 7th International Conference on Computational Creativity, held in Paris from June 27 to July 1 2016.