SPEAKER: Adam Amos-Binks
From non-player characters in games to dialogue-based assistants, digital agents are becoming more pervasive in our lives. A key challenge to a more widespread adoption of agents that will act on our behalf is to build trust with their end-users. In this talk, I discuss how an intentional agent can build trust with explainable behavior change when unexpected events occur in their environment. We will cover how the QUEST cognitive model is used to evaluate human comprehension of the agent’s behavior change and how intention dependencies can enumerate a space of possible behavior changes.
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LAS aims to bring together a multi-disciplinary group of academic, industry, and government researchers, analysts and managers together to re-engineer the intelligence analysis process to promote predictive analysis. LAS will do this by conducting both classified and unclassified research in a variety of areas of research. The research done in this area will serve as the foundation for mission effects and integrated back into the enterprise.
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