Whose Job Is It Anyway? A Study of Human-Robot Interaction in a Collaborative Task

  title={Whose Job Is It Anyway? A Study of Human-Robot Interaction in a Collaborative Task},
  author={Pamela J. Hinds and Teresa L. Roberts and Hank Jones},
  journal={Human-Computer Interaction},
The use of autonomous, mobile professional service robots in diverse workplaces is expected to grow substantially over the next decade. These robots often will work side by side with people, collaborating with employees on tasks. Some roboticists have argued that, in these cases, people will collaborate more naturally and easily with humanoid robots as compared with machine-like robots. It is also speculated that people will rely on and share responsibility more readily with robots that are in… CONTINUE READING
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