Toward Measures of Human-robot Teaming Effectiveness
Contributing USMA Research Unit(s)
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Robotics Research Center
Transactions on Human-Robot Interaction
As robot capabilities rapidly evolve, the dynamics of human-robot teams will change. Autonomous, intelligent technologies will come to serve in roles that more closely resemble those of teammates, as opposed to tools. This will require humans to adapt and remain agile in developing novel strategies and tactics for employing these systems in complex, real-world scenarios. Building on previous work that presented a novel data set collected from teams of humans and robots playing capture the flag, the current research aims to identify measures capable of predicting successful teaming that lead to a winning outcome. Three case studies highlight the difficulty in characterizing human-robot interaction and game play to create an objective "score."
Novitzky, Michael; Semmens, Robert; and Robinette, Paul, "Toward Measures of Human-robot Teaming Effectiveness" (2021). West Point Research Papers. 494.