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CLIC: A Framework for Distributed, On-Demand, Human-Machine Cognitive Systems

@article{Mavridis2013CLICAF,
  title={CLIC: A Framework for Distributed, On-Demand, Human-Machine Cognitive Systems},
  author={N. Mavridis and S. Konstantopoulos and I. Vetsikas and I. Heldal and P. Karampiperis and G. Mathiason and Serge Thill and K. Stathis and V. Karkaletsis},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2013},
  volume={abs/1312.2242}
}
Traditional Artificial Cognitive Systems (for example, intelligent robots) share a number of limitations. First, they are usually made up only of machine components; humans are only playing the role of user or supervisor. And yet, there are tasks in which the current state of the art of AI has much worse performance or is more expensive than humans: thus, it would be highly beneficial to have a systematic way of creating systems with both human and machine components, possibly with remote non… Expand

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