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Role of Resource Production in Community of People and Robots

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Advances in Neural Computation, Machine Learning, and Cognitive Research IV (NEUROINFORMATICS 2020)

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A model of coexistence of people and artificial creatures (robots) under conditions of robot dominance is considered. The mechanism of robot dominance regulates the distribution of the produced resource between people and robots. Two types of the people’s role in resource manufacturing are examined. The first is the interchangeability of people and robots; the second is the people’s indispensability. Different scenarios of civilization evolution including extinction of the human population are described. Conditions that provide humanity with a more or less prosperous future are presented.

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The work was financially supported by State Program of SRISA RAS. The project number is No. 0065-2019-0003 (AAA-A19-119011590090-2).

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Kotov, V.B., Sokhova, Z.B. (2021). Role of Resource Production in Community of People and Robots. In: Kryzhanovsky, B., Dunin-Barkowski, W., Redko, V., Tiumentsev, Y. (eds) Advances in Neural Computation, Machine Learning, and Cognitive Research IV. NEUROINFORMATICS 2020. Studies in Computational Intelligence, vol 925. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-60577-3_11

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