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self-aware

(sĕlf′ə-wâr′)
adj.
Aware of oneself, including one's traits, feelings, and behaviors.

self′-a·ware′ness n.
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We have to recognize and admit that these consequences are the results of our actions in order to be fully self-aware because "our response to any mistake affects the quality of the next moment.
One AI researcher notes that self-aware, self-improving systems will have three motivations: efficiency, self-protection and acquisition of resources, primarily energy.
In movies like Blade Runner and the Terminator and Matrix trilogies, the once docile machines manufactured to serve humanity and carry out its more tedious and dangerous tasks have become self-aware creatures, suddenly discontent with their status as mechanized slaves.
Historians in some sense are all comparativists, he might have said, even if some are more self-aware about being so than others.
There is a vitally important difference between establishing (or rather reestablishing) democracy in highly-developed, self-aware, and united nations, as in these cases, and having to build democracy and the nation at one and the same time, as in Iraq.
Should your judgment ever be questioned, it can be extremely helpful to be able to show that you were both self-aware enough to recognize a problem and professional enough to seek competent, expert consultation.
On the big screen, self-aware and insubordinate robots mount organized rebellions that are defeated only by grand acts of human heroism.
His openhearted performance--so self-dramatizing, so self-aware, so funny when it isn't moving--can't help but bring to mind another drama queen, Judy Garland.
In self-aware, self-managing teams, members hold each other accountable for sticking to norms.
Balanced, self-aware systems that make it obvious when they have been infected.
Calm, sassy, and self-aware, the young ghetto daffodil shows how she's growing into a street-smart woman when she responds by breaking into "Your Revolution.
For instance, giving a presentation, interviewing for a job, and inviting someone on a date are all common situations that will likely cause a person to feel more self-aware and sometimes self-critical (cf.