5 ways to help robots work together with people
If we want robots to perform at their best for us, then engineers who are designing, building and programming them need to also better understand the people who will be using robotic technologies. Nancy Cooke, Fulton Schools professor of human systems engineering, writes that a deep understanding of the essential ingredients of good communication, interaction, collaboration and teamwork is critical to making a world where robots and humans can rely on, trust and support each other. Read more about Cooke’s research.
See Also: Your next colleague could be a robot. Here’s how to get along, Fast Company, November 29