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AI Rebel Agents

Alexandra Coman, David W. Aha
2018 The AI Magazine  
Rebel agents are intelligent agents that can oppose goals or plans assigned to them, or the general attitudes or behavior of other agents.  ...  They can serve purposes such as ethics, safety, and task execution correctness, and provide or support diverse points of view.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the editors and reviewers, our coauthors of previous work on rebel agents, and all colleagues who have shown interest in the topic and offered their feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v39i3.2762 fatcat:qxdvba533jerdmtl2uib3syst4

Technological evolution and tourist decision-making: a perspective article

Nikolaos Stylos
2019 Tourism Review  
based on major technological advances.  ...  Originality/value This study exemplifies the main elements of tourism decision-making theory and describes the need for a paradigm shift, as new forms of AI will complement human intelligence.  ...  The main theories employed in tourism research are the expected utility theory, the theory of planned behavior and the choice-set approach (Smallman and Moore, 2010) , largely based on rationality and  ... 
doi:10.1108/tr-05-2019-0167 fatcat:vmfw5vkgg5ebjmbhkru37eu26q

An Emotional Agent Model Based on Granular Computing

Jun Hu, Chun Guan
2012 Mathematical Problems in Engineering  
A new model for emotional agent is proposed in this paper to make agent have the ability of handling emotions, based on the granular computing theory and the traditional BDI agent model.  ...  Finally, based on the model, an emotional agent for patient assistant in hospital is realized, experiment results show that it is efficient to handle simple emotions.  ...  Acknowledgments This work is supported by the Natural Science Foundation of Jiangxi, China Grant no. 2008GZS0062 .  ... 
doi:10.1155/2012/601295 fatcat:3jcw6tt6bfbivomee6pgsuceja

A Survey of Mental Modeling Techniques in Human–Robot Teaming

Aaquib Tabrez, Matthew B. Luebbers, Bradley Hayes
2020 Current Robotics Reports  
a robotic agent can act as an effective and trustworthy teammate.  ...  Purpose of Review As robots become increasingly prevalent and capable, the complexity of roles and responsibilities assigned to them as well as our expectations for them will increase in kind.  ...  One of the simplest approaches is based on the principle of rationality [36, 37] : the expectation that agents will plan approximately rationally to achieve their goals, given their beliefs about the  ... 
doi:10.1007/s43154-020-00019-0 fatcat:ieaqcv5mj5fxlkq4vvbc45id6q

Bayesian Affordance-Based Agent Model for Wayfinding Behaviors in Evacuation Problems [chapter]

Moise Busogi, Namhun Kim, Dongmin Shin, Hokyoung Blake Ryu, Arm Yoo, Dongchul Kim
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we propose a modeling framework of rational human actions in human-environment systems by evaluating probable human actions in physical and psychological dimensions.  ...  numerical filter at the execution level in which agent's perception of physical action availability plays a big role.  ...  These filters use the subjective perception and interpretation of environmental affordances as well as the effectivity of the agent, not only in the planning level but also at the execution process.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-39173-6_35 fatcat:r6p3ckzrtnf63b3oebr6zmff4a

Meaning and Agency in Biological Autonomy: The Motor Image in Self Integration

Denis Larrivee
2019 International Journal of Depression and Anxiety  
A key requirement of the motor plan is that of framing motions in the context of an agent, where the body is appropriated as an origin of action emergence.  ...  Among its singular determinants are behavioral influences that plastically shape integration through motor plans and executed movements, and which also fundamentally contribute to cognition.  ...  By selecting specific motor plans conscious and willed actions assist in the integration of specific motor bimodal staging, involving lower probability levels and higher, rationally deductive ones.  ... 
doi:10.23937/ijda-2017/1710011 fatcat:w6b67jvgg5herhb7zpkvob5z5m

Creating Adaptive and Individual Personalities in Many Characters Without Hand-Crafting Behaviors [chapter]

Jennifer Sandercock, Lin Padgham, Fabio Zambetta
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
An initial version of the framework has been implemented in a simple scenario to explore which parameters have the greatest effect on agent diversity.  ...  Different personalities are reflected in behavior preferences which are generated based on individual experience.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank Agent Oriented Software and Ralph Rönnquist for their support under the Planning and Learning in BDI Agents Grant, LP0560702.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11821830_29 fatcat:oy5oaauzmnhulpyjfdwxjkymx4

A Multiagent Cooperation Model Based on Trust Rating in Dynamic Infinite Interaction Environment

Sixia Fan
2018 Mathematical Problems in Engineering  
Additionally, it influences the expectations and behaviors of agents which may not appear in one-shot time but may appear in long-time cooperation.  ...  To improve the liveness of agents and enhance trust and collaboration in multiagent system, a new cooperation model based on trust rating in dynamic infinite interaction environment (TR-DII) is proposed  ...  Initiative and interactivity would assist other agents in rapid response, in accepting the query and deploying the plan.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2018/2089596 fatcat:im454e34vjbuhdgdvchpjoxxxi

Obligations and Cooperation: Two Sides of Social Rationality [chapter]

Guido Boella
2003 Multiagent Systems, Artificial Societies, and Simulated Organizations  
Even if, at first sight, deciding whether to respect obligations and coordinating cooperation seems two unrelated behaviors, they are both grounded in the social rationality of agents: in fact, they depend  ...  on the ability of predicting the actions of other agents.  ...  the influence of this reaction on his own welfare.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-9198-0_5 fatcat:axj3sgsbqzd7zmqojo3aaujtiq

Probabilistic Plan Inference for Group Behavior Prediction

Wenji Mao, Jonathan Gratch, Xiaochen Li
2012 IEEE Intelligent Systems  
Based on the assumption that a rational agent will adopt a plan that maximizes its expected utility, we view plan inference as reasoning about the decision-making strategy of the observed agent.  ...  We use online group data to construct the domain plan library and empirically evaluate our approach in group behavior prediction.  ...  RELATED WORK Utility and rationality issues have been explored in AI and agent research, as means for specifying, designing and controlling rational behavior as well as descriptive means for understanding  ... 
doi:10.1109/mis.2010.133 fatcat:3jpbuq25aveajhjvxbb6vawhbq

Embodied Cooperative Systems: From Tool to Partnership [chapter]

Ipke Wachsmuth
2015 Collective Agency and Cooperation in Natural and Artificial Systems  
Nonverbal behaviors such as gaze and gestures are important means of coordinating attention between interlocutors (joint attention) in the pursuit of goals.  ...  Such systems may be embodied as robotic agents or as humanoid agents projected in virtual reality ("embodied cooperative systems").  ...  Acknowledgments The research reported here draws on the contributions by the members of Bielefeld University's artificial intelligence group which is hereby gratefully acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-15515-9_4 fatcat:zuzz4ecsvbgvrftkoevqhrbamm

Interactive Execution Monitoring of Agent Teams

D. E. Wilkins, T. J. Lee, P. Berry
2003 The Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research  
We use this framework to describe an execution monitoring approach we have used to implement Execution Assistants (EAs) in two different dynamic, data-rich, real-world domains to assist a human in monitoring  ...  Our approach customizes monitoring behavior for each specific task, plan, and situation, as well as for user preferences.  ...  The SRI International Artificial Intelligence Center supported the writing of this paper. We thank the subject matter experts who assisted us.  ... 
doi:10.1613/jair.1112 fatcat:edfsctq7m5g4zcfdpxldzo2pga

A Survey of Research in Distributed, Continual Planning

Marie desJardins, Edmund H. Durfee, Charles L. Ortiz Jr., Michael Wolverton
1999 The AI Magazine  
Furthermore, complex planning and execution problems may require multiple computational agents and human planners to collaborate on a solution.  ...  Planning and executing the resulting plans in a dynamic environment implies a continual approach in which planning and execution are interleaved, uncertainty in the current and projected world state is  ...  A BDI theory could be viewed as explanatory to the extent that one felt comfortable in ascribing some sense of rationality to the behaviors predicted by the theory that were causally connected to individual  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v20i4.1475 dblp:journals/aim/desJardinsDOW99 fatcat:g2bscv6lvbftvanh5ksox64ode

A Case Study of Adding Proactivity in Indoor Social Robots Using Belief–Desire–Intention (BDI) Model

Ujjwal K. C., Jacques Chodorowski
2019 Biomimetics  
Belief–desire–intention (BDI) is one of the most popular models for developing rational agents based on how humans act based on the information derived from an environment.  ...  As such, this work defines a foundation architecture to integrate a BDI framework into a social robot to add "act like a human" feature for proactive behaviors.  ...  PROFETA uses declarative language so as to express the behaviors of agents.  ... 
doi:10.3390/biomimetics4040074 pmid:31757024 pmcid:PMC6963702 fatcat:nvmdcfpkf5azhkksbqlxe27nme

Patient Autonomy for the Management of Chronic Conditions: A Two-Component Re-Conceptualization

Aanand D. Naik, Carmel B. Dyer, Mark E. Kunik, Laurence B. McCullough
2009 American Journal of Bioethics  
Additionally, family, caregivers, and other community members can be enlisted to assist in the execution of the treatment plan by providing supervision and intervention to supplant deficits in executive  ...  The rationale for this comparative underappreciation may itself lie in the traditional focus on acute illnesses.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15265160802654111 pmid:19180389 pmcid:PMC2860530 fatcat:wmzn54zumrgelhwe4jhkc7d6ci
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