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Systems engineering for ethical autonomous systems

Author: Anthony Gillespie
Publisher: Stevenage, Herts, United Kingdom : SciTech Publishing, an imprint of The Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2019.
Series: Electromagnetics and Radar
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The transfer of responsibility for decisions and actions from humans to machines presents difficult problems for all those concerned with new concepts, their development and use. This book gives practical help by discussing the issues in the context of product design, and gives a methodology to solve them.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Gillespie, Anthony
Systems Engineering for Ethical Autonomous Systems
Stevenage : Institution of Engineering & Technology,c2019
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Anthony Gillespie
ISBN: 9781785613739 1785613731 9781523124428 1523124423
OCLC Number: 1104723336
Description: 1 online resource (513 pages).
Contents: Intro; Contents; List of figures; List of tables; Foreword; List of acronyms; 1. The art of the acceptable, not the art of the possible; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Technologies and their acceptance; 1.3 Machines that think; 1.4 What is autonomy?; 1.5 Maintaining control; 1.6 Responsibilities; 1.7 Autonomous Weapon Systems (AWS); 1.8 Concept to product; 1.9 Future regulations; 1.10 Principles applicable to non-military systems; References; 2. Decision-making; 2.1 Freedom of action; 2.2 Skills, behaviours and automation; 2.3 Situational awareness; 2.4 Human workload; 2.5 Decision-making 2.6 Multiple humans and autonomous systems2.7 The Observe Orient, Decide and Act (OODA) loop; 2.8 Authority to act; 2.8.1 Authority and responsibility; 2.8.2 Military Command and Control (C2); References; 3. Automated control and autonomy; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Automatic or autonomy --
does the choice of word matter?; 3.3 Definitions of autonomy and automatic; 3.4 Automated and Autonomous Weapon Systems (AWS); 3.5 Autonomy levels; 3.5.1 The need for autonomy levels; 3.5.2 Autonomy levels for non-military systems; 3.5.3 Autonomy levels for military systems; 3.6 Autonomy, trust and work-sharing 3.7 Control system developments3.7.1 Intelligently designed mechanisms; 3.7.2 Intelligently designed control systems; 3.7.3 Intelligent control systems; 3.8 Models and control systems; 3.8.1 Models of the process under control; 3.8.2 Models of the control system; 3.9 Control and the targeting process; Appendix to Chapter 3; A3 Definitions of autonomy and autonomy levels; A3.1 Autonomy-related definitions from published civilian standards; A3.2 Military definitions of autonomy; A3.3 Non-military definitions of autonomy levels; A3.4 Military definitions of autonomy level; References 4. Operational analysis to systems engineering4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Terms and tools; 4.2.1 Systems of systems; 4.2.2 Emergent behaviours and wicked problems; 4.2.3 Architectures; 4.2.4 Architecture frameworks; 4.2.5 UML and SysML; 4.3 Contradictions in technology developments for military use; 4.4 Defining and delivering military requirements; 4.5 Capability-based planning; 4.6 The capability-based Vee diagram; 4.7 Establishing solutions by operational analysis; 4.8 Operational analysis for autonomous systems; 4.9 New types of engineering for military systems; 4.10 Capability engineering 4.11 Wider capabilities4.12 Systems engineering; 4.12.1 Overview; 4.12.2 Inputs to the systems engineering process; 4.12.3 The systems engineering process; 4.12.4 Spiral development; 4.13 Validation of the system design; 4.14 Post-contract award changes; 4.14.1 Pre-delivery changes; 4.14.2 Setting-to-work changes for military systems; Appendix to Chapter 4; A4 Through-life-capability-management terminology; References; 5. Engineering design process; 5.1 Introduction and overview; 5.2 Management control; 5.2.1 General principles; 5.2.2 Project management; 5.2.3 Technical management; 5.2.4 Technology Readiness Levels (TRLs)
Series Title: Electromagnetics and Radar
Responsibility: Tony Gillespie.

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The transfer of responsibility for decisions and actions from humans to machines presents difficult problems for all those concerned with new concepts, their development and use. This book gives practical help by discussing the issues in the context of product design, and gives a methodology to solve them.

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