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Une logique modale pour la caractérisation des manipulations entre agents autonomes

Christopher Leturc 1 Grégory Bonnet 1
1 Equipe MAD - Laboratoire GREYC - UMR6072
GREYC - Groupe de Recherche en Informatique, Image, Automatique et Instrumentation de Caen
Abstract : Manipulation is the deliberate intention to instrumentalise a victim while making sure to conceal that intent. In this article we define a logical framework allowing us to express and reason about this definition of manipulation. Noting that it is difficult to associate logical links between a manipulation strategy and the manipulation targeted by the strategy. We define a hypothesis of non-triviality of manipulation that allows us to reduce manipulation strategies to forms of manipulation. We call these forms approximate manipulations. Finally, we show that our framework allows to express many strategies of manipulation like source concealment strategies, believable lies, or intentional bullshit.
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Christopher Leturc, Grégory Bonnet. Une logique modale pour la caractérisation des manipulations entre agents autonomes. Journées d'Intelligence Artificielle Fondamentales, 2018, Amiens, France. ⟨hal-02087712⟩



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