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Title: The Helpful Environment: Geographically dispersed intelligent agents that collaborate
Authors: Tate, Austin
Issue Date: May-2006
Citation: Austin Tate, "The Helpful Environment: Geographically Dispersed Intelligent Agents That Collaborate" IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol. 21, no. 3, pp. 57-61, May/Jun, 2006.
Publisher: IEEE Intelligent Systems
Abstract: Imagine a future environment where a network of sophisticated sensors, protection, and repair systems will be integral to clothing, communications devices, vehicles, transportation systems, buildings, and the environment. These would form the basis for a distributed, adaptable, and resilient "helpful environment." This article is part of a special issue on The Future of AI.
Keywords: artificial intelligence
emergency response
safety net
ubiquitous computing
sensor grids
intelligent agents
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