My new piece "Machine behavior needs to be an academic discipline" is out in Nautilus magazine

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Despite their growing influence on our lives, our study of AI agents is conducted by a very specific group of people. Those scientists who create AI agents—namely, computer scientists and roboticists—are almost exclusively the same scientists who study the behavior of AI agents. We believe the study of AI agents can benefit from greater inclusion of social and behavioral scientists.

Read my Nautilus article with Manuel Cebrian, making a case for a new science of "Machine Behavior".