Artificial and Distributed Intelligence and the Challenge of the 4th Industrial Revolution


This research focuses on the challenge of Industry 4.0 (human-machine-interspecies) and its ethical implications for our contemporary society.

Focusing on the importance of 'noise' and 'indeterminacy' (as distinct from the well-known problem of randomness).  Generative adversarial networks using Ai and Di single-bodied agents develops a new practical methodology that can take into account emergence, 'noise', and 'edge' to show how 'error', 'noise' and 'undecidability' is critical to re-think the compressibility of Industry 4.0's emerging communication patterns.



Co-Principal Investigators
Prof Johnny GOLDING
Dr Sina SAREH