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Understanding and Modeling Trust in Human-Robot Interactions

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Contact: Aaron Steinfeld
Associated Lab: Human-Robot Interaction Group
Last Project Publication Year: 2009

This collaboration with the UMass Lowell
Robotics Lab
seeks to develop quantitative metrics to measure a user’s trust in
a robot as well as a model to estimate the user’s level of trust in real time. Using
this information, the robot will be able to adjust its interaction accordingly.

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Creating trustworthy robots: Lessons and inspirations from automated systems
Munjal Desai, Kristen Stubbs, Aaron Steinfeld and Holly Yanco

Conference Paper, Proceedings of the AISB Convention: New Frontiers in Human-Robot Interaction, April, 2009

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