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Ars'enio, A., Serra, H., Francisco, R., Nabais, F., Andrade, J. A., & Serrano, E. (2014). Internet of intelligent things: Bringing artificial intelligence into things and communication networks. In Inter-cooperative collective intelligence: Techniques and applications (pp. 1–37).Springer.  
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Blasch, E., Schuck, T., & Gagne, O. B. (2021). Trusted entropy-based information maneuverability for ai information systems engineering. In Engineering Artificially Intelligent Systems (pp. 34–52).Springer.  
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Crowder, J. A., Carbone, J., & Friess, S. (2020). Abductive artificial intelligence learning models. In Artificial Psychology (pp. 51–63).Springer.  
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Feng, Z., Xiaofeng, H., Lin, W., Xiaoyuan, H., & Shengming, G. (2016). Inspiration for battlefield situation cognition from ai military programs launched by darpa of usa and development of ai technology. In Theory, methodology, tools and applications for modeling and simulation of complex systems (pp. 566–577).Springer.  
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Ferrari, M., Weststrate, N. M., & Petro, A. (2013). Stories of wisdom to live by: Developing wisdom in a narrative mode. In The scientific study of personal wisdom (pp. 137–164).Springer.  
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Galliott, J. (2015). Artificial intelligence and space robotics: Questions of responsibility1. In Commercial space exploration: ethics, policy and governance (pp. 211–226).Ashgate Publishing.  
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Helbing, D., Frey, B. S., Gigerenzer, G., Hafen, E., Hagner, M., & Hofstetter, Y., et al. (2019). Will democracy survive big data and artificial intelligence? In Towards digital enlightenment (pp. 73–98).Springer.  
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Klumpp, M., & Ruiner, C. (2019). Human role in digital logistics: Relevance of intuition in interacting with ai. In Logistics Management (pp. 32–44).Springer.  
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Koch, J., & Oulasvirta, A. (2018). Group cognition and collaborative ai. In Human and Machine Learning (pp. 293–312).Springer.  
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Kreutzer, R. T., & Sirrenberg, M. (2020). Fields of application of artificial intelligence—security sector and military sector. In Understanding Artificial Intelligence (pp. 225–233).Springer.  
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M"uller, V. C. (2021). Ethics of artificial intelligence 1. In The Routledge social science handbook of AI (pp. 122–137).Routledge.  
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Nersessian, N. J. (1999). Model-based reasoning in conceptual change. In Model-based reasoning in scientific discovery (pp. 5–22).Springer.  
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Nokelainen, P., Nevalainen, T., & Niemi, K. (2018). Mind or machine? opportunities and limits of automation. In The impact of digitalization in the workplace (pp. 13–24).Springer.  
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Pari`es, J. (2017). Recognizing complexity in risk management: The challenge of the improbable. In The Illusion of Risk Control (pp. 41–55).Springer, Cham.  
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Pitso, T. (2019). Shared futures: An exploration of the collaborative potential of intelligent machines and human ingenuity in cocreating value. In Toward Super-Creativity-Improving Creativity in Humans, Machines, and Human-Machine Collaborations IntechOpen.  
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Reinkemeyer, L. (2022). Status and future of process mining: From process discovery to process execution. In Process Mining Handbook (pp. 405–415).Springer.  
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Schulte, P. (2019). Future war: Ai, drones, terrorism and counterterror. In Handbook of Terrorism and Counter Terrorism Post 9/11 Edward Elgar Publishing.  
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Valdivia-Granda, W. A. (2019). Big data and artificial intelligence for biodefense: A genomic-based approach for averting technological surprise. In Defense Against Biological Attacks (pp. 317–327).Springer.  
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van der Aalst, W. M. (2022). Process mining: A 360 degree overview. In Process Mining Handbook (pp. 3–34).Springer.  
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Verheij, B. (2009). The toulmin argument model in artificial intelligence. In Argumentation in artificial intelligence (pp. 219–238).Springer.  
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