The robot, an “animal” like the others?

New science to observe machines:

“It is difficult to predict how the actions of the machine will change the behavior of humans and how the actions of humans will in turn change the behavior of the machine.It is then necessary to conduct experiments to anticipate the cultural coevolution of humans and machines.”

How is behavior shaped and evolved?

“By bringing together what is today scattered (…), we will allow citizen citizens to remain more lucid in a world shaken by the emergence of intelligent machines.”

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