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Control and accountability in highly automated systems

Author(s)
Eric Marsden and NeTWork'2011 participants
Issue
2011-09
Number of pages
13 pages
Type in collection
Apport de la recherche
Interest
Les Facteurs Humains Et Organisationnels De La Securite

Control and accountability in highly automated systems

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Abstract

NeTWork’s 2011 workshop, concerned Control and accountability in highly automated systems. The workshop was organized by Gudela Grote (ETH Zürich) and Johannes Weyer (TU Dortmund), and primarily funded by the Foundation for an Industrial Safety Culture (FonCSI); it brought together academic participants from multiple scientific disciplines and practitioners in several fields. It is the rich discussion between these participants which gave rise to the present document.

This document is a summary of the main issues discussed during the course of the workshop, focusing in particular on questions related to accountability. It aims to provide an overview of the questions most relevant to decision-makers and other interested parties, together with pointers to relevant academic literature.

A 2014 special issue of the journal Ergonomics includes papers presented at the workshop.