Adjustable Autonomy in a Layered Cognitive Architecture

Pete Bonasso

Previous experiences in using a layered cognitive architecture for autonomous control have given us several recurring requirements for adjustable autonomy. While not unique in themselves, we describe several specific instances that highlight those requirements, and which can serve to elucidate discussions about supervisory control and AI.

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