Humans and Automation : Use , Misuse , Disuse ,

@inproceedings{Abuse2008HumansAA,
  title={Humans and Automation : Use , Misuse , Disuse ,},
  author={Abuse},
  year={2008}
}
  • Abuse
  • Published 2008
This paper addresses theoretical, empirical, and analytical studies pertaining to human use, misuse, disuse, and abuse of automation technology. Use refers to the voluntary activation or disengagement of automation by human operators. Trust, mental workload, and risk can influence automation use, but interactions between factors and large individual differences make prediction of automation use difficult. Misuse refers to overreliance on automation, which can result in failures of monitoring or… CONTINUE READING

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