Analyzing Human Trust of Autonomous Systems in Hazardous Environments

@inproceedings{Stormont2008AnalyzingHT,
  title={Analyzing Human Trust of Autonomous Systems in Hazardous Environments},
  author={Daniel P. Stormont},
  year={2008}
}
Autonomous systems are becoming more prevalent in our everyday lives. From agent software that collects news for us or bids for us in online auctions to robots that vacuum our floors and may help care for us when we grow old, autonomous agents promise to play a greater role in our lives in the future. Yet, there is ample evidence that many people do not trust autonomous systems – especially in environments where human lives may be put at risk. Examples include search-and-rescue operations at… CONTINUE READING
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