Use and citation of paper "Empirical game theory of pedestrian interaction for autonomous vehicles" by the Royal Society's "Digital technologies and human transformations" policy workshop.

Royal Society, Royal Society and Fox, Charles (2020) Use and citation of paper "Empirical game theory of pedestrian interaction for autonomous vehicles" by the Royal Society's "Digital technologies and human transformations" policy workshop. [Impact]

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Use and citation of paper "Empirical game theory of pedestrian interaction for autonomous vehicles" by the Royal Society's "Digital technologies and human transformations" policy workshop
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Abstract

The use of tools has always conditioned and been conditioned by humans and their societies. From stone-age implements, to writing and printing, to the mechanisation of manufacturing, technology design and use have always been entwined with the evolution of human capabilities. Digital technologies are transforming human experiences, and significant questions about how individuals interact with digital technologies, and how
these technologies mediate interactions between people, follow. To explore the implications of this wave of technological change, the Royal Society convened a series of workshops in 2019.

Keywords:autonomous vehicles, law, safety, policy
Subjects:G Mathematical and Computer Sciences > G700 Artificial Intelligence
Divisions:College of Science > School of Computer Science
ID Code:40031
Deposited On:03 Feb 2020 11:22

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