Autonomous Norm Acceptance

@inproceedings{Conte1998AutonomousNA,
  title={Autonomous Norm Acceptance},
  author={Rosaria Conte and Cristiano Castelfranchi and Frank Dignum},
  booktitle={ATAL},
  year={1998}
}
It is generally acknowledged that norms and normative action emphasize autonomy on the side of decision. But what about the autonomous formation of normative goals? This paper is intended to contribute to a theory of how agents form normative beliefs and goals, and to formulate general but non exhaustive principles of norm based autonomous agent-hood – namely goal generation and decision makingupon which to construct software agents. 1 Norms as Inputs to Goals It is generally acknowledged that… CONTINUE READING
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