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Designing the interaction between humans and autonomous systems : the role of behavioral science
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In recent years, the use of autonomous systems has grown rapidly in both the industrial and military sectors. These systems have the potential to revolutionize the way we live and work, from self-driving cars and drones to automated factories and military equipment. However, it has been argued, for this to happen, researchers and designers need to (re)consider the interaction between humans and machines, as it plays a significant role in ensuring the safe and efficient operation of autonomous systems (De Regt & Gagnon, 2020; Janssen et al., 2019). In this paper, I will argue that a closer integration with applied behavioural science could be beneficial for both researchers and practitioners involved in the design of the Human–machine interaction. To that effect, I will discuss a number of insights from behavioural science and how they could inform the design of human-machine interaction.
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English
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Proceedings of the 2023 IASDR Congress : International Association of Societies of Design Research International Congress, 9–13 October, 2023, Milan, Italy
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London : Design Research Society , 2023
ISBN
978-1-912294-59-6
DOI
10.21606/IASDR.2023.457
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p. 1-14
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