Living With Agents and Liking It : Addressing the Technical and Social Acceptability of Agent Technology

@inproceedings{Bradshaw2003LivingWA,
  title={Living With Agents and Liking It : Addressing the Technical and Social Acceptability of Agent Technology},
  author={Jeffrey M. Bradshaw and Maarten Sierhuis and Alessandro Acquisti and Paul J. Feltovich and Robert Hoffman and Renia Jeffers and Niranjan Suri and Andrzej Uszok and Ron van Hoof},
  year={2003}
}
This paper summarizes our efforts to address some of the technical and social aspects of agent design for increased human acceptability. From a technical perspective, we want to be able to ensure the protection of agent state, the viability of agent communities, and the reliability of the resources on which they depend. To accomplish this, we must guarantee insofar as possible that the autonomy of agents can always be bounded by explicit enforceable policy that can be continually adjusted to… CONTINUE READING

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