Cooperating with Machines

17 Mar 2017Jacob W. CrandallMayada OudahTennomFatimah Ishowo-OlokoSherief AbdallahJean-François BonnefonManuel CebrianAzim ShariffMichael A. GoodrichIyad Rahwan

Since Alan Turing envisioned Artificial Intelligence (AI) [1], a major driving force behind technical progress has been competition with human cognition. Historical milestones have been frequently associated with computers matching or outperforming humans in difficult cognitive tasks (e.g. face recognition [2], personality classification [3], driving cars [4], or playing video games [5]), or defeating humans in strategic zero-sum encounters (e.g... (read more)

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