Keeping humans in the loop when interacting with robots
Advances in computer science and mechanical and electronics engineering and science have resulted in robotics and automation forever changing the workplace. Growing interaction with artificial intelligence can also place humans in the out-of-the-loop (OOTL) phenomenon that makes it difficult to predict and prevent failures. The EU-funded TeAMH-Robot project will address this issue. It will develop efficient human-robot interaction in order to guard against the OOTL phenomenon when interacting with robots. It will explore how humans can ‘stay in the loop’ when mistakes occur and how to ensure real-time coordination. The findings will promote the exploitation of robots in everyday life.
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