Ideal Warrior and Robot Relations: Stress and Empathy's Role in Human-Robot Teaming

@article{Peterson2019IdealWA,
  title={Ideal Warrior and Robot Relations: Stress and Empathy's Role in Human-Robot Teaming},
  author={Jordan Peterson and Chase Cohen and Paige M. Harrison and Jonathan Novak and Chad C. Tossell and Elizabeth Phillips},
  journal={2019 Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS)},
  year={2019},
  pages={1-6}
}
The battlefield of the future will look very different than the battlefields of the past. Automated technologies are finding themselves more and more integrated into every aspect of the fight. As technology continues to advance, the United States Military must consider what a human-machine team will look like and how an optimal relationship between the two assets can be formed, especially under the stressful conditions that often characterize military contexts. For a human-machine team in a… CONTINUE READING

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