Feb. 9, 2024, 5:47 a.m. | Ashish Sharma Sudha Rao Chris Brockett Akanksha Malhotra Nebojsa Jojic Bill Dolan

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Agency, the capacity to proactively shape events, is central to how humans interact and collaborate. While LLMs are being developed to simulate human behavior and serve as human-like agents, little attention has been given to the Agency that these models should possess in order to proactively manage the direction of interaction and collaboration. In this paper, we investigate Agency as a desirable function of LLMs, and how it can be measured and managed. We build on social-cognitive theory to develop …

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