February 18, 2010      

Aristotle might have argued against the concept of a “universal good,” but for roboticists “autonomy” would be a solid contender. The specific reasons why autonomy in robotic systems is regarded so highly vary according to the application. However, increased functionality is the reason typically given, often measured in terms of increased productivity in industrial settings and enhanced capabilities for military applications. Autonomy in robotic systems can also decrease ...

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