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A Review on Trust in Human-Robot Interaction

  title={A Review on Trust in Human-Robot Interaction},
  author={Zahra Rezaei Khavas},
Due to agile advancements in the autonomy of robotic systems, prospective robotic agents are intended to play the role of teammates and partners with humans to perform operations rather than tools that are replacing humans or helping humans in specific tasks. This notion of “partnering” with robots raises new challenges for the human-robot interaction (HRI), which gives rise to a new field of research in HRI, namely HumanRobot Trust. Where humans and robots are working as partners, the… 

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