TitleHow much do you trust me? Learning a case-based model of inverse trust
Publication TypeConference Proceedings
Year of Conference2014
AuthorsFloyd, MW, Drinkwater, M, Aha, DW
Conference NameProceedings of the Twenty-Second International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning
Pagination125-139
Date Published09/2014
PublisherSpringer
Conference LocationCork, Ireland
Abstract

Robots can be important additions to human teams if they improve team performance by providing new skills or improving existing skills. However, to get the full benefits of a robot the team must trust and use it appropriately. We present an agent algorithm that allows a robot to estimate its trustworthiness and adapt its behavior in an attempt to increase trust. It uses case-based reasoning to store previous behavior adaptations and uses this information to perform future adaptations. We compare case-based behavior adaptation to behavior adaptation that does not learn and show it significantly reduces the number of behaviors that need to be evaluated before a trustworthy behavior is found. Our evaluation is in a simulated robotics environment and involves a movement scenario and a patrolling/threat detection scenario.

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