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Towards Effective Human-AI Teams: The Case of Collaborative Packing

@article{Lee2019TowardsEH,
  title={Towards Effective Human-AI Teams: The Case of Collaborative Packing},
  author={Gilwoo Lee and Christoforos Mavrogiannis and S. Srinivasa},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1909.06527}
}
  • Gilwoo Lee, Christoforos Mavrogiannis, S. Srinivasa
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • We focus on the problem of designing an artificial agent (AI), capable of assisting a human user to complete a task. Our goal is to guide human users towards optimal task performance while keeping their cognitive load as low as possible. Our insight is that doing so requires an understanding of human decision making for the task domain at hand. In this work, we consider the domain of collaborative packing, in which an AI agent provides placement recommendations to a human user. As a first step… CONTINUE READING
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