Autonomy isn't autonomous

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Autonomy isn’t autonomous

Robots and artificial intelligence are growing more and more autonomous. But they still need to work smoothly with humans to be effective. Nancy Cooke, professor of human systems engineering in The Polytechnic School, explores how humans, robots and AI can best work together as a team.

 

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