Autonomous agents

What work can autonomous programs do for us?


What if we had little programs that interact with the real world and the digital world doing work for us?


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我也在考虑节点图的方向,比如节点红色、流程编程,但没有机会与你当面交谈,也很高兴在这里阅读你的主题。所以,我想向您展示 - 这是我正在开发的系统,比如 Huginn,但更多的是 ui/ux。也可用于为任务构建界面。 让我们在不久的将来谈谈。

I'm also thinking in direction of node graphs, like node-red, flow-programming, but haven't a chance to talk to you in person, also excited to read your topics here. So, would like to show you - it is system Im working on, like huginn, but more into ui/ux. And also available to build interface for the tasks. Let us talk in near future.

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    : Mindey
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我正在考虑 Huginn 和节点红色。

我想要一些 while 循环,让我的备份和文件在多个云上保持活动状态。我想要自行安排计算 - 插入硬盘驱动器并将其添加到集群中。我会为每个人出主意。

I'm thinking in line of Huginn and node red.

I want some while loop keeping alive my backups and files on multiple clouds. I want self arranging computing - plug in a hard drive and it gets added to the cluster . I'll make ideas for each.

    : Mindey
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另一方面,自治的概念意味着自我决定论,如汽车机器人 文章中所述。





For what I know, the programs that do interact with the real world are drivers, that modulate the signals to / from hardware. They are at the interface of physical and digital.

On the other hand, the concept of autonomy implies self-determinism, as described in the article on autobots.

Thus, what you are asking to think us about, is the self-determining drivers: imagine a Mars rover, that decides by itself, if it wants or it doesn't want to perform its interface function between the Mars and us, and determines itself how it would like to modulate the interface between us and its hardware. For example, if it gets cold, it may not want to let us move its wheels, or smth like that.

I think, putting autonomy at the driver levels, would mean that drivers themselves could decide to trickle into or infect a computer, and make it work the way they modulate. Biological analogy: having bacteria (autonomous agents) inhabit guts (the interface between digested food and living system).

What could self-determined drivers do for us?

My first thought -- they could wreck havoc to our computer systems, making them unpredictable and life-like. I wonder, what you had in mind while writing this interest :)

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