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Autonomy, Interaction & Complexity in Computational Systems. Preliminary Notes

Andrea Omicini
The issues of autonomy do not end with autonomous components. Autonomous systems are complex self-organising systems where interaction plays an essential role. Here we discuss some early thoughts on autonomy, interaction, and complexity in artificial systems, and suggest that nature-inspired coordination models should work as the main sources of technologies.
Presented by Andrea Omicini
Law and Policy for Autonomous Military Systems Workshop
European University Institute, Florence, Italy, 06/03/2013