A Paradigm for Safe Adaptation of Collaborating Robots
Short Research Paper
The dynamic forces that transit back and forth traditional boundaries of system development have led to the emergence of digital ecosystems. Within these, business gains are achieved through the development of intelligent control that requires a continuous design and runtime co-engineering process endangered by malicious attacks. The possibility of inserting specially crafted faults capable to exploit the nature of unknown evolving intelligent behavior raises the necessity of malicious behavior detection at runtime.
Adjusting to the needs and opportunities of fast AI development within digital ecosystems, in this paper, we envision a novel method and framework for runtime predictive evaluation of intelligent robots’ behavior for assuring a cooperative safe adjustment.
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