autonomous definition

autonomous means an AI-system that operates by interpreting certain input and by using a set of pre-determined instructions, without being limited to such instructions, despite the system’s behaviour being constrained by, and targeted at, fulfilling the goal it was given and other relevant design choices made by its developer;
autonomous means the independence of the Authority to exercise its regulatory powers as provided in this Act;

Examples of autonomous in a sentence

  • Departments including Central PSU/ Central Autonomous Organizations /AIIMS/IIT/IIM/Govt.

  • The Rajiv Gandhi University is a Central Autonomous Body under the Department of Education, Govt.

  • The contractors/bidders who are the blacklisted by Federal Govt., Provincial Govt., Autonomous Bodies and State Bank of Pakistan.

  • There is no provision for transfer from one Autonomous Body to other Autonomous Body, set up under the Ministry of Education, GoI.

  • During 2014, the Autonomous Bougainville Government passed the Bougainville Mining (Transitional Arrangement) Act 2014 which was replaced by the Bougainville Mining Act 2015 on 1 April 2015.


More Definitions of autonomous

autonomous means a separate and distinct operational entity which functions under its own administration and bylaws, either within or independently of a parent organization.
autonomous means that the Leagues function independently, next to and in addition to ANC structures and within the framework of the Constitution and policies of the ANC;
autonomous means that the association is free of any control or influence from national or local government. Thus the “front” organizations characteristic of the socialist era (e.g., journalists associations, young pioneers) would be excluded.
autonomous means an AI-system that
autonomous means an artificial intelligence, robotics or related technology that operates by perceiving certain input and without needing to follow a set of pre-determined
autonomous means an AI system that operates by interpreting certain input, and
autonomous are those means in the definition or formation of which the professional (or pre-professional) groups played a significant, if not major, role; “Heteronymous” are means chiefly defined or formed by other social groups. This dimension overlaps with the preceding one (traditional and modern means) in part. (Larson, 1977: 67)