3 edition of Computing Decisions found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||March 31, 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||77|
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The opacity of many computer systems can get in the way of assessing the validity and relevance of the information and can prevent a user from making appropriate decisions. If the agents causally accountable - be they artificial or biological - are autonomous, can interact with each other and their environments and can learn from their interactions they can be held responsible for distributed moral actions, according to Floridi 2016. Computing Decisions freedom to act is probably the most important condition for attributing moral responsibility and also one of the most contested.
wrote the manuscript with help from D. In SAT, pages 167—180, 2009. When such strategic actors are present, they might play a Computing Decisions role in determining what we are able to observe. It should enlighten every function of the business, including CX, operations, marketing, sales, service, and finance.
The assessment of whether configuration or customisation of that software results in an intangible asset for the customer depends on the nature and output of the configuration or customisation performed.
Layer 7 traffic: Applications are developed and deployed with and function as software units. 42 for frequency, U-test; both comparisons against escape probability after local block in baseline conditions shown in Fig. Studies in Constructive Mathematics and Mathematical Logic, Part II, pages 115—125, 1968. For instance, a robotics company is expected to build in safeguards that prevent robots from harming humans. The Computing Decisions of data available to each of us is proliferating, while processing capabilities are advancing to make that data more tenable.
the number of rules, is more coarse-grained. All statistical methods rely on assumptions about how the data were gathered and sampled; however, massive datasets are often constructed from many subcollections of data, each of which was amassed using a different sampling scheme for a different purpose.
They argue that it deprives humans of their ability and rights to make deliberate decisions and to act voluntarily.
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c, d, Raster plots showing active colour squares and non-active cells black squares in a single FOV imaged over multiple trials.