Let your agents do the walking

Levy, Steven
May 1993
Macworld;May93, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p37
Presents the advantages and disadvantages of intelligent agents, semiautonomous computer programs designed to assimilate, monitor and control information for user convenience. Personalized tasks; Data screening; Over-reliance; Reliability.


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