Autonomy, Delegation, and Control: From Inter-Agent to Groups
Papers from the AAAI Workshop
Henry Hexmoor and Rino Falcone, Cochairs
Following successful recent workshops on social notions of multiagency, we are interested in scaling issues of social networks on inter-group interactions. Theories are needed to synthesize the interagent interaction into unified models. Derived and implied attitudes are beyond the immediate and direct inter-agent attitudes but play a big role in balance of attitudes among agents in a group. We call upon several research camps with differing perspectives on related issues including the following: human-robot interaction, human-computer interaction, agent-agent interaction, and organizational theory. We continue to strive for commonalities across research camps.