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Cross-cultural (France and Japan) and Multidisciplinary Discussion on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: Tendencies and Research Prospects

Abstract : Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly developing through a “Deep Learning model” that is based on a neural network and more powerful learning system than a traditional algorithm system. Our society is facing rapid technological changes that could lead to dramatic social impact in the economic, societal, educational and ethical landscape. In this context, the importance of multidisciplinary discussion and research in the field of Intelligent Systems (AI and Robot) is increasingly recognized. The present discussion paper aims to summarize the current state and research on Intelligent Systems and social impact and proposes multidisciplinary projects covering both engineering and social science studies. It presents three promising research topics that can provide us with a better understanding of Intelligent Systems and our attitude or relationship towards the technology: 1) international and national (France and Japan) initiatives with regard to the social impact of AI, 2) trust and acceptability in Intelligent Systems, and 3) Human-Machine Interaction.
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Naoko Abe. Cross-cultural (France and Japan) and Multidisciplinary Discussion on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: Tendencies and Research Prospects. 2018. ⟨halshs-01907840⟩

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