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Conceptualization of the Human-Machine Symbiosis – A Literature Review
|Title:||Conceptualization of the Human-Machine Symbiosis – A Literature Review|
Döppner, Daniel A.
|Keywords:||Collaboration with Automation: Machines as Teammates|
|Date Issued:||07 Jan 2020|
|Abstract:||The vision of a symbiotic partnership between humans and machines has existed since the 1960s. With this paper we provide the first conceptualization of the human-machine symbiosis (HMS) and make three important contributions: we present the fundamentals of HMS by focusing on objectives, requirements, and boundaries; we propose a framework for the design of HMS; and we review HMS research and, specifically, what the literature says with respect to whether HMS has already been achieved.|
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