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WRM: “Trust in Automation Research: Current Directions and Gaps”

Apr 5, 2017 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Joseph Lyons
Air Force Research Laboratory


Trust in automation research has proliferated as automated systems are developed and fielded into the military and society. Yet, few studies have examined trust in automation of real systems, with real operators, using technology with real-world consequences. The current talk will discuss the research directions of the Human Insight and Trust (HIT) team within the Air Force Research Laboratory.  The talk will discuss high-level directions for this team and it will do a deep dive into one applied project where trust was studied in the context of F-16 pilots and a novel automated safety system. Future directions in the domain of transparency for human-robot interaction will also be discussed.

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We are going to use the NC State WebEx for the web conference. Please note that this
WebEx belongs to NC State and can not be downloaded directly from Cisco. Also, it
should work on iPhones and iPads via the WebEx App.
A good internet connection is recommended.
For better audio, please join via computer and then have the meeting call your number or call in directly using one of the numbers below. When not speaking, please mute your
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When it’s time, join the WebEx meeting from here:
Meeting Number: 999 183 321
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Sponsored by the Laboratory for Analytic Sciences


Apr 5, 2017
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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meeting, research, wednesday, WRM


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