Enhancing trust and confidence in human robot interaction

@inproceedings{Jacques2015EnhancingTA,
  title={Enhancing trust and confidence in human robot interaction},
  author={Dr Jacques and Penders and Peter and Jones and Anuradha and Ranasinghe and Thrishantha and Nanayakara},
  year={2015}
}
We investigate human robot interaction under no-visibility conditions. A major precondition for successful human-robot cooperation in these circumstances is that the human trusts and has confidence in the robot. In order to enhance human trust and confidence we have to make design choices that impact on a number of ethical issues. We also look at the interaction between a visual impaired person and a guide dog for clues to enhance confidence. The interaction consists of mixed initiative and the… CONTINUE READING

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