• Title: Sociotechical systems and social AI/artificial socialcognitive systems

    Requirements and abstract models for STS - ACSS

  • #Abstract
    Try to tell a story here, no matter what your field. You are writing for human beings, not computers. What’s the area, what’s the problem you are trying to understand. How? What have you found?

    (You are summarizing your core results, not cramming them into this tiny space).


    target: 84-151 words
    current: 43

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  • How to use this template

    The idea here is to start at the far left, and clarify what the core of what you want to say is first, and then expand on it by moving to the right, one column at a time.

    After a couple of “passes” of expanding, you will end up with your complete, and well structured paper on column 5, which you can export separately.

    Here’s a (somewhat dated) video which might help.

    <iframe width="256" height="144" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/J4prcx0jZ9M?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

  • #Part 1 Introduction

    Motivation

    Desiderata

    Tradition

    organization theory

    coordination science + dialectics

    institutions

    psychology

    sociology

    ethology

    Outline

    terms
    structure
    aims

    #Part 2 Working definition of ASCS

    #Part 3 WIT

    The WIT

    descriptive

    integrity constraints

    connections WIT

    Properties

    social space

    change in the social space

    isomorphism

    Challenge (formal)

    #Part 4 Language

    Affordances,

    how to provide

    expressiveness

    implement (briefly)

    Models and properties

    #Part 5 Agents

    utility mixture

    SOC

    Psi

    => SASS

    hybrid social spaces

    agent architectures

    examples

    NPCs

    tutors

    =>social relationships (social space)

    #Part 6 I and T

    From I to T:

    Devices

    mete-models

    BA how to implement the fundamentals we want

    What is in T BB:

    meta-model

    languages
    data structures
    operation
    formal platform

    environment

    persistence of social pace
    time
    identities
    events
    actions
    governance

    architecture

    centralized
    P2P

    computational milieu

    Platform specific model

    from T to I

    existing platforms

    10 meta-models from Veldhoven
    T in ASCS families

    • platforms for games
    • crowd-sourcing
    • e -commerce
    • MOOCs

    #Part 7 Models + practices

    Coupling T and W

    Coupling I and W

    #Part 8 Challenges

    Technical (

    soundness

    language

    theory and meta-model

    = soundness

    proof of properties (T + M)

    Methodological

    interdisciplinary

    reinventing the wheel

    false metaphors (weak misunderstanding)

    design, construction and use of ASCS

    #Part 9 research program

    #Part 10 Closing

    Wide view

    social significance

    in money

    technological and practices

    ethical,
    sociological
    =sintelnet

    scientific significance

    convergence

    new problems

    Gaps in tradition (Turing + Hawkins)

  • Part 1 Introduction

  • Part 2 Working definition of ASCS

  • Part 3 WIT

  • Part 4 Language

  • Part 5 Agents

  • Part 6 I and T

  • Part 7 Models + practices

  • Part 8 Challenges

    Technical ((language, theory and meta-model)= soundness, (proof of properties (T + M))
    Methodological (interdisciplinary (reinventing the wheel, false metaphors (weak misunderstanding))= correspondence (together with the properties above), (design, construction and use of ASCS)

  • Part 9 research program

  • Part 10 Closing

  • Introduction

  • Motivation
    Desiderata
    Tradition: organization theory, coordination science + dialectics, institutions, psychology, sociology, ethology,
    Outline: terms, structure, aims

  • Working definition

  • The WIT (descriptive) (integrity constraints, connections WIT)
    Properties (social space, change in the social space, isomorphism)
    Challenge (formal)

  • Affordances, how to provide (expressiveness, implement (briefly)
    Models and properties

  • utility mixture (SOC, Psi)=> SASS
    hybrid social spaces (agent architectures)
    examples (NPCs, tutors) 0> social relationships (social space)

  • 1 From I to T: Devices, mete-models, BA how to implement the fundamentals we want
    What is in T BB:
    meta-model (languages, data structures, operation; formal platform)
    environment (persistence of social pace, time, identities, events, actions, governance)
    architecture (centralized, P2P)
    computational milieu

  • From T to I

  • Coupling T and W

  • Coupling I and W

  • Technical :
    Language, theory and meta-model
    Platforms and metamodels
    soundness, proof of properties (T + M))

  • Methodological
    a)Need to bridge the gaps of interdisciplinary (on one hand: reinventing the wheel; on the other, false metaphors (weak misunderstanding))
    This is a challenge of correspondence (together with the properties above),
    b) Develop techniques and guidelines for the design, construction and use of ASCS.

  • Wide view
    social significance (in money, technological and practices (ethical, sociological)=sintelnet),
    scientific significance (convergence, new problems)

  • Gaps in tradition (Turing + Hawkins)

    • What is in T (Figure BB) (Affordances, devices)

    • What is a platform specific model

      1. meta-model
        (languages, data structures, operation; formal platform)
      2. environment (persistence of social pace, time, identities, events, actions, governance)
      3. architecture (centralized, P2P)
      4. computational milieu SOCIAL PATH FIGURE
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