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    Protocol Requirements for Self-organizing Artifacts: Towards an Ambient Intelligence

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    We discuss which properties common-use artifacts should have to collaborate without human intervention. We conceive how devices, such as mobile phones, PDAs, and home appliances, could be seamlessly integrated to provide an "ambient intelligence" that responds to the user's desires without requiring explicit programming or commands. While the hardware and software technology to build such systems already exists, as yet there is no standard protocol that can learn new meanings. We propose the first steps in the development of such a protocol, which would need to be adaptive, extensible, and open to the community, while promoting self-organization. We argue that devices, interacting through "game-like" moves, can learn to agree about how to communicate, with whom to cooperate, and how to delegate and coordinate specialized tasks. Thus, they may evolve a distributed cognition or collective intelligence capable of tackling complex tasks.

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    Title : Protocol Requirements for Self-organizing Artifacts: Towards an Ambient Intelligence
    Author(s) : Carlos Gershenson, Francis Heylighen
    Abstract : We discuss which properties common-use artifacts should have to collaborate without human intervention. We conceive how devices, such as mobile phones, PDAs, and home appliances, could be seamlessly integrated to provide an "ambient intelligence" that responds to the user's desires without requiring explicit programming or commands. While the hardware and software technology to build such systems already exists, as yet there is no standard protocol that can learn new meanings. We propose the first steps in the development of such a protocol, which would need to be adaptive, extensible, and open to the community, while promoting self-organization. We argue that devices, interacting through "game-like" moves, can learn to agree about how to communicate, with whom to cooperate, and how to delegate and coordinate specialized tasks. Thus, they may evolve a distributed cognition or collective intelligence capable of tackling complex tasks.
    Keywords : adaptation self organizing systems, artificial intelligence

    Subject : unspecified
    Area : Other
    Language : English
    Year : 2004

    Affiliations Global Brain Institute, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels
    Journal : Centrum
    Publisher : Citeseer
    Pages : 1-10
    Url : http://arxiv.org/abs/nlin/0404004

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