Intelligent software agents
A new generation of intelligent software agents is about to arrive, capable of managing and organizing information, recognizing personal tastes, and making increasingly important decisions on behalf of their owners. The agent revolution represents an extraordinary opportunity for business and technical people who understand it. Intelligent Software Agents is the first comprehensive, up-to-the-minute guide to this quickly maturing technology, its applications, and - above allits implications. Discover how agent technology is becoming increasingly adaptable, mobile, transparent, accountable, rugged, user-centered, and autonomous. Understand the challenges facing agent developers, including security, privacy, legal issues, control, and performance. Then, preview the future - including R&D on multi-agent systems, and on endowing agents with emotions, attitudes, culture, and multilingual expertise.
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