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New study challenges long-accepted views on human-autonomy interaction

(U.S. Army Research Laboratory) A team of Army scientists and engineers have challenged long-held views in the area of human-autonomy interaction to change the way science involves people, especially in developing advanced technical systems that involve artificial intelligence and autonomy.
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