“Good Morning, Dave”: Evaluating Human-Machine Interactions at the Dawn of an Unprecedented Era

Friday, January 29, 2021 The event started -32 days ago

3:30 PM 4:30 PM

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The College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences presents 2021 Spring RELACS

Nathan L. Tenhundfeld, Assistant Professor of Human Factors

Title: “Good Morning, Dave”: Evaluating Human-Machine Interactions at the Dawn of an Unprecedented Era

Abstract: Humans are now, more than ever before, given the opportunity to regularly interact with incredibly advanced technologies like self-driving vehicles, automated personal assistants, and even robots that will clean their house. The advancement of these technologies, however, has outpaced our understanding of human interactions with them, leaving researchers and practitioners scrambling to catch up. In this presentation, Dr. Nate Tenhundfeld will talk about his research evaluating user trust in and reliance on these systems, why Elon Musk is so wrong, and talk about what the future may look like. 

Friday January 29 3:30-4:30 pm

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College of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences, Psychology
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Public, Students, Faculty and Staff, Alumni

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