"Trust is an important facet of effectively adopting and embracing human-machine interaction," said Ken Deutsch, CSRA executive vice president, Defense Group. "We are partnering with the AFRL to go above and beyond traditional research to focus on understanding human-machine trust in key operational Air Force systems, which will lead to the development of design guides and potentially new user interfaces and system designs for our airmen."
CSRA will examine factors such as how interpersonal trust and socio-emotional elements influence trust development. The company will also identify methods that facilitate human trust calibration and transparency within human-machine systems. CSRA will also explore human-machine communication, coordination and collaboration to improve effectiveness. The Air Force designated human-machine engagement as a primary research thrust for ensuring effective pilots; intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operators; analysts; maintenance specialists; and human-robot teams.
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