Case Studies of Autonomy

Henry Hexmoor, University of North Dakota, USA

Autonomy is a quality for devices and creatures that perform tasks with relative independence from their designers and sources of authority. We discuss the idea and present two case studies to illustrate that the parameters for Autonomy are highly domain dependent.


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