About the Webinar
Achieving autonomy – the ability and authority to act on one’s own volition – is generally a sign of maturity in humans. In machines, it means that some aspect(s) of control or decision-making has been ceded by humans. As we get comfortable with delegating routine domestic tasks to home robots and prepare for a world with self-driving cars and beyond, it is important to understand the opportunities and limits for autonomous systems. Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics was a good start for programming behavioral constraints, but the world of tomorrow will need more.
In this webinar participants will learn about the current state of autonomous systems development, and design constraints for the independent and collaborating autonomous solutions of the future.
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