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The Helpful Environment: Distributed Agents and Services Which Cooperate [chapter]

Austin Tate
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
These would form the basis for a distributed, adaptable, and resilient "helpful environment" for every individual and organisation at personal, family, business, regional, national and international levels  ...  Imagine a future environment where networks of agents -people, robots and software agents -interact with sophisticated sensor grids and environmental actuators to provide advice, protection and aid.  ...  The University of Edinburgh and research sponsors are authorized to reproduce and distribute reprints and on-line copies for their purposes notwithstanding any copyright annotation hereon.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11839354_3 fatcat:or6pvhd7pbbdtasyf6j4rcabmu

Copiloting Autonomous Multi-Robot Missions: A Game-inspired Supervisory Control Interface [article]

Marcel Kaufmann, Robert Trybula, Ryan Stonebraker, Michael Milano, Gustavo J. Correa, Tiago S. Vaquero, Kyohei Otsu, Ali-akbar Agha-mohammadi, Giovanni Beltrame
2022 arXiv   pre-print
The recent DARPA Subterranean (SubT) Challenge, for instance, aimed at the advancement of robotic platforms and autonomy capabilities in three one-year development pushes.  ...  While multi-agent systems are traditionally deployed in controlled and structured environments that allow for controlled testing (e.g., warehouses), the SubT challenge targeted various types of unknown  ...  Thank you to all members of Team CoSTAR for their valuable discussions and support.  ... 
arXiv:2204.06647v1 fatcat:pfbgqab765aibd743sje2t7wa4

A Visual Analytics Approach to Debugging Cooperative, Autonomous Multi-Robot Systems' Worldviews [article]

Suyun Bae, Federico Rossi, Joshua Vander Hook, Scott Davidoff, Kwan-Liu Ma
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Autonomous multi-robot systems, where a team of robots shares information to perform tasks that are beyond an individual robot's abilities, hold great promise for a number of applications, such as planetary  ...  Each robot in a multi-robot system that uses the shared-world coordination paradigm autonomously schedules which robot should perform a given task, and when, using its worldview--the robot's internal representation  ...  We would like to thank Santiago Lombeyda, Hillary Mushkin, Maggie Hendrie, Alessandra Fleck, and Sarah Strickler for their feedback and contribution on the earlier prototypes of MOSAIC Viewer.  ... 
arXiv:2009.01921v1 fatcat:5ynqoacu5fek7i6axw6fjvefjq

The Who in Explainable AI: How AI Background Shapes Perceptions of AI Explanations [article]

Upol Ehsan, Samir Passi, Q. Vera Liao, Larry Chan, I-Hsiang Lee, Michael Muller, Mark O. Riedl
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Explainability of AI systems is critical for users to take informed actions and hold systems accountable.  ...  we designed them for, and (3) each group had different requirements of what counts as humanlike explanations.  ...  Participants were asked to imagine themselves as space explorers faced with search-and-rescue mission involving robots.  ... 
arXiv:2107.13509v1 fatcat:si6dwi57njg27fkk6hqyqpunce

A Pattern Language of Firefighting Frontline Practice to Inform the Design of Ubiquitous Computing [chapter]

Sebastian Denef
2012 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
and rescue mission.  ...  be change agents and, in collaboration with firefighters, aim for gradual transformation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-31479-7_52 fatcat:l3wwubseurbcpk5ky23kn6gffm

Technology as Teammate: Examining the Role of External Cognition in Support of Team Cognitive Processes

Stephen M. Fiore, Travis J. Wiltshire
2016 Frontiers in Psychology  
Two frameworks are described that provide the groundwork for advancing theory and aid in the development of more precise measures for understanding team cognition via focus on artifacts and the technologies  ...  Finally, it supports information systems designers by more precisely describing how to conceptualize team-supporting technology and artifacts.  ...  McNeese, and Jamie Gorman for very helpful comments on this manuscript. We would also like to thank Gerardo Okhuysen and Paul Leonardi for their input on earlier versions of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01531 pmid:27774074 pmcid:PMC5054015 fatcat:n3j4swbb6radvf2q73msrorbpa

The Nexus Between Artificial Intelligence and Economics [chapter]

Ad J. W. van de Gevel, Charles N. Noussair
2013 SpringerBriefs in Economics  
for elevators and trains, natural language interfaces to directory information systems, translation support software, etc.  ...  , theorem proving, formal games like chess, search techniques, and natural language.  ...  The themes are embodiment, experience, autonomy, sensemaking and co-emergence.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-33648-5_1 fatcat:6uclihbcqrfajkhwpapp5wgkou

Volume 64.1 (2019)

2019 American Studies  
and virtual collaboration), and finally to develop ideas regarding how to start a democratic political process for the implementation (sensemaking and, again, social intelligence and social and ethical  ...  serves as the basis for the word robot, an anthropomimetic premise has shaped the societal conversation regarding robots and robotics.  ...  Young, 4 Jeffrey Alan Shandler and Beth S. Wegner, 5 all provided the empirical framework for such an assessment.  ... 
doi:10.33675/amst/2019/1/1 fatcat:addjjjnrunc35gytlclm7nhvqy

Digital Transformation in Learning Organizations [chapter]

Christian Helbig, Sandra Hofhues, Marc Egloffstein, Dirk Ifenthaler
2021 Digital Transformation of Learning Organizations  
Which design perspectives can be used for digital transformation in learning organizations?  ...  In conclusion, this chapter leads back to the starting point of the anthology: the project #ko.vernetzt and the question of what significance the dimensions and design perspectives of digital transformation  ...  We would like to thank the praxis partner for enabling on-site research and all other people involved in the project for their cooperation and participation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-55878-9_14 fatcat:l36faznntjexxoadcstygtf6eu

Leadership and Technology Management (LTM) the strategic management of technology in a consumer-driven environment [chapter]

Harry J. Murphy
1994 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we show how multi-generation technology diffusion model can be applied for more accurate CBA for information technology.  ...  and market performance in select multi-industry firm clusters over multi-year periods.  ...  , Information Management, Organizational Learning and Knowledge management.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-58476-5_142 fatcat:5rswny5kb5gwpjeppgtstuubee

Fragments in Connection and Algorithmic Rule: Encoding the Urban Image in Motion

Christiane Wagner
2022 Zenodo  
Art, architecture, cinematography, and media as urban images in motion concerning digitalization are discussed based on the images of a result, success, conquest, and projection that search for the spectacular  ...  This study will also address an understanding in information and communication sciences about virtual realities and effects generated by the world wide web through hypermedia and multimedia (Nelson and  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS With kind thanks to Dr Dionisio González and Noémie Goudal for allowing copyright permission to reproduce the images within this paper.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6503017 fatcat:iwebxttjgbcc5joe7bsmcmbcfe

Dagstuhl Reports, Volume 7, Issue 2, February 2017, Complete Issue [article]

We also discuss variations about n-genericity, multiple differentiability, and polynomial time computability.  ...  Acknowledgements: the working group would like to acknowledge useful suggestions from Shawn Newsam and Andrew Richardson. Frank Pennekamp (Universität Zürich, CH), Martin Bücker  ...  Web search engines are not designed for complex search tasks that require exploration and learning, user collaborations and involve different information seeking stages and search strategies, despite the  ... 
doi:10.4230/dagrep.7.2 fatcat:ydwbggkkxjfahomhv75rjaguiy

Trusting machines? Cross-sector lessons from healthcare & security: conference report

Mohammad Naiseh, Jediah Clark, Sylvaine Tuncer, Mohammad Divband Soorati, David Mark Bossens
The following report is intended for all those interested in the current challenges and constraints involved in AI development within these sectors.  ...  Additionally, the conference features numerous discussions regarding the potential for cross-sector lessons, therefore we welcome readers from the broader AI community who are seeking a concise summary  ...  And how to differentiate between life and no-life? In another topic, the role of biological autonomy in the creation of AI was discussed. Prof.  ... 
doi:10.5258/soton/p0134 fatcat:a6jx2jsglnddlfcti7fymffvyu

Legitimacy and Institutional Governance Infrastructure: Understanding Political Risk from a Chinese MNE Perspective [chapter]

Xia Han, Xiaohui Liu
2019 The Changing Strategies of International Business  
More information about this series at  ...  and empirical development.  ...  &I Conference for helpful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-03931-8_1 fatcat:ap2uko6vtbchpn6lzbnqtwaa5m


Marja Kankaanranta, John Carroll
2005 An Interdisciplinary Journal on Humans in ICT Environments   unpublished
As a consequence, they often searched for information that was not in the system, got frustrated and then stopped searching for any information.  ...  Since students did not know what information was and was not in the system, they did not know whether searching for information would pay off.  ...  Authors' Note Authors' Note Some of the data analysed in this article were gathered from eScience/robotics field trials funded by NASA (Mobile Agents project) and the UK EPSRC (Collaborative Advanced  ... 
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