SERC TALKS: “How Do We Make Sure Future Cyber-Physical Systems Are Human Centered, and In Particular, Trustworthy?”
June 3 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Speaker: Dr. Martin Törngren, Professor, KTH Royal Institute of Technology | CONTACT
Trustworthiness in particular means that the complexity of CPS needs to be manageable and that known challenges – such as the automation paradox, newer challenges – such as failure modes of AI and deep learning systems, and expanding challenges – such as those related to cyber-security and safety of open world systems, are understood and properly handled. This talk will provide the following perspectives to human centered CPS.
– trends and capabilities of future CPS, drawing upon lessons learnt from previous technological shifts,
– a complexity analysis of CPS, used to highlight bottlenecks in current (systems) engineering practices,
– directions towards trustworthy and circular CPS, including automated driving and edge computing will be taken as technological case studies for illustrative purposes.
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