The Effect of Robot Performance on Human-‐Robot Trust in Time-‐Critical Situations
Wagner, Alan R.
Howard, Ayanna M.
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We vary the ability of robots to mitigate a participant’s risk in a navigation guidance task to determine the effect this has on the participant’s trust in the robot in a second round. A significant loss of trust was found after a single robot failure.
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