People-Centered Automation

Center for Activity-Center Visualization, Director: Jim Hollan

The Center for People-Centered Automation is interested in communication and trust with regard to people interacting with autonomous systems. How should an autonomous system communicate with people in such a way that its behaviors and interactions lead human users to the appropriate, “calibrated” level of trust? We must trust our machines the right amount – not too little, and not too much.

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