The Rights of Agents

@inproceedings{Krogh1995TheRO,
  title={The Rights of Agents},
  author={Christen Krogh},
  booktitle={ATAL},
  year={1995}
}
Many agents are conceived to achieve certain goals on behalf of their owners by interacting with other agents. In order to make these agents behave so as not to violate other agent’s rights (or, more uncontroversially: the rights of the owners of other agents), we have to build into agents an attitude about such rights. To do this, we need a language to represent and reason about rights. The contribution of this paper is to offer formal and informal arguments in favour of employing the notion… CONTINUE READING
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