Context-Aware Automation and Decision Optimization
Context-Aware Automation and Decision Optimization refer to monitoring unknown factors (environmental, interaction between machines and infrastructures, etc.) and having machines make decisions that are as “human-like” as possible.
Here’s an example that can help illustrate this: In a traffic collision avoidance system (TCAS), when two airplanes approach each other on a collision path, the ‘machines’ in the two airplanes take over.
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