Print Email Facebook Twitter How to cooperate with Intelligent Machines Title How to cooperate with Intelligent Machines: lessons for defence operations from the integration of AI and robotics across multiple domains Author Lamballais Tessensohn, T. van der Vecht, B. Eikelboom, A.R. Publication year 2018 Abstract In the early years of Artificial Intelligence (AI) research, scientists envisioned AI as embodied in a robot. Since then, the fields of AI and robotics diverged and mostly developed separately. Thanks to rapid developments and recent scientific breakthroughs in both fields, there are many upcoming applications where the integration of AI and robotics leads to great added value. In this article, we investigate the opportunities of integrated AI and robotics for the Defence domain. Based on recent scientific developments, we introduce the concept of a Non-human Intelligent Collaborator (NIC), an intelligent artificial team member with social and collaborative skills. We explore new applications of integrated AI and robotics across multiple domains, from agriculture to warehousing. The domains reveal a variety of problem characteristics, offering valuable lessons from the solutions presented, which can be translated to the Defence domain. We focus on the behavioural impact of deploying NIC-human teams on conducting future operations. Subject Artificial intelligenceRoboticsHuman-machine collaborationInformaticsDefence ResearchDefence, Safety and Security To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:67cf6daa-89fd-4a35-b75e-5489d56ec1b6 TNO identifier 843592 Source 23rd International Command and Control Research and Technology Symposium, ICCRTS, 6-9 November 2018, Pensacola, FL, USA, 2-20 Document type conference paper Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.