Do We Blindly Trust Self-Driving Cars

Kamilla Egedal Andersen, Simon Köslich, B. Pedersen, Bente Charlotte Weigelin, Lars Christian Jensen

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Trust is an essential factor in ensuring robust human-robot
interaction. However, recent work suggests that people can
be too trusting of the technology with which they interact
during emergencies, causing potential harm to themselves.
To test whether this “over-trust” also extends to normal day-
to-day activities, such as driving a car, we carried out a series
of experiments with an autonomous car simulator. Partici-
pants (N=73) engaged in a scenario with no, correct or false
audible information regarding the state of traffic around the
self-driving vehicle, and were told they could assume control
at any point in the interaction. Results show that partici-
pants trust the autonomous system, even when they should
not, leading to potential dangerous situations.
TitelHRI 2017 - Companion of the 2017 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction
RedaktørerBilge Mutlu, Manfred Tscheligi, Astrid Weiss, James E. Young
ForlagAssociation for Computing Machinery
Publikationsdato6. mar. 2017
ISBN (Trykt)978-1-4503-4885-0
ISBN (Elektronisk)9781450348850
StatusUdgivet - 6. mar. 2017
BegivenhedInternational Conference on Human-Robot Interaction 2017 - Vienna, Østrig
Varighed: 6. mar. 20179. mar. 2017


KonferenceInternational Conference on Human-Robot Interaction 2017


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