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Robots that Need to Mislead: Biologically-inspired Machine Deception (Keyno...

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Science and Engineering Centre (P block)

2 George Street

Brisbane City, QLD 4000

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What can animal behaviour teach us about the need for deceptive robots?

In this keynote, Georgia Tech's Professor Ron Arkin discusses research for the US Office of Naval Research on deception and its application within robotic systems. Squirrels will hoard to mislead a predator and birds will mob for protection by feigning strength when none exists. How might this apply to the use of robotic systems in the military and what are the ethical implications of this research?


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