AMLAS outline

Afterword - authors and thanks

AMLAS was developed and written by Dr Richard Hawkins, Dr Colin Paterson, Dr Chiara Picardi, Dr Yan Jia, Professor Radu Calinescu and Dr Ibrahim Habli, University of York.

It would not have been possible to produce this guidance without the numerous insightful interactions of the authors with a wide range of experts across industry and academia. We cannot acknowledge them all personally here, but their contributions are very much appreciated. In particular, we would like to thank the following AAIP Programme Fellows and colleagues who kindly reviewed and provided feedback on an initial draft of the guidance:

  • Rob Ashmore (DSTL)
  • Alec Banks (DSTL)
  • Simon Burton (Fraunhofer IKS)
  • Jelena Frtunikj (ArgoAI)
  • Lydia Gauerhof (Robert Bosch GmbH)
  • Simos Gerasimou (University of York)
  • Farah Magrabi (Macquarie University)
  • Mike Parsons (University of York)
  • Roger Rivett (Jaguar Land Rover (retired))
  • Simon Smith (CACI)
  • Mark Sujan (Human Factors Everywhere)
  • Sean White (NHS Digital)

We would very much value feedback on the guidance provided in AMLAS. We would in particular encourage the reader where appropriate to apply this guidance to the development of systems and share those experiences with the authors.

This work has been funded by Lloyd's Register Foundation and the University of York through the Assuring Autonomy International Programme.

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