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Using data-mining to allow robots to discover the preferences of humans

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2 Author(s)
Gunderson, L.F. ; Gamma Two, Denver, CO, USA ; Gunderson, J.P.

One of the problems in the introduction of robots into human societies is teaching the robots about human preferences. A data mining methodology, developed for the analysis of criminal preferences, is extended to allow robots to learn about human preferences.

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Integration of Knowledge Intensive Multi-Agent Systems, 2003. International Conference on

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30 Sept.-4 Oct. 2003

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