Autonomy is multidisciplinary, multicultural, and global in its development and applications. Autonomous vehicles rely on communications, artificial intelligence, sensors, virtual and enhanced reality, big data, security, and many other technologies. Each year the annual meeting of the National Academy of Engineering highlights an engineering theme that is quickly developing in the world. The theme of the 2017 meeting was autonomy on land and sea and in the air and space. This publication summarizes the presentations and discussions from the meeting.
Table of Contents
|1 Autonomy on Land and Sea and in the Air and Space||1-19|
|2 The Ethics of Automation||20-28|
|Appendix A: NAE Annual Meeting Plenary Presentations and Forum Agenda||29-30|
|Appendix B: Panelists' Biographies||31-38|
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