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van Zoelen, E.M. (author), van den Bosch, K. (author), Abbink, D. (author), Neerincx, M.A. (author)
When humans and AI-agents collaborate, they need to continuously learn about each other and the task. We propose a Team Design Pattern that utilizes adaptivity in the behavior of human and agent team partners, causing new Collaboration Patterns to emerge. Human-AI Co-Learning takes place when partners can formalize recognized patterns of...
conference paper 2023
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Kox, E.S. (author), Siegling, L. (author), Kerstholt, J.H. (author)
Autonomous agents (AA) will increasingly be deployed as teammates instead of tools. In many operational situations, flawless performance from AA cannot be guaranteed. This may lead to a breach in the human’s trust, which can compromise collaboration. This highlights the importance of thinking about how to deal with error and trust violations...
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van der Meer, S.A. (author), Lehmann-Willenbrock, N. (author), Delahaij, R. (author), Homan, A.C. (author)
Despite their prevalence in daily teamwork, little is known about the influence of intrusions on teams. Therefore, the effect of intrusions on team interaction was investigated, focusing on relational communication. Three different theoretical perspectives regarding team interaction changes in response to a meeting intrusion are discussed. These...
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Barnhoorn, J.S. (author), Rakhorst-Oudendijk, M. (author), Veltman, K. (author), Holleman, B. (author), Haije, T. (author), Wolbers, J. (author), Janssen, J. (author)
The Royal Netherlands Navy is moving towards more autonomous ships to cope with the increasingly complex naval operations while sailing with a reduced manning. The strong expansion of automation and autonomous systems on board requires new solutions for optimal collaboration between the crew and the extensive set of ship systems. We are...
conference paper 2022
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Verhagen, R.S. (author), Neerincx, M.A. (author), Tielman, M.L. (author)
Humans and robots are increasingly working together in human-robot teams. Teamwork requires communication, especially when interdependence between team members is high. In previous work, we identified a conceptual difference between sharing what you are doing (i.e., being transparent) and why you are doing it (i.e., being explainable). Although...
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Schadd, M.P.D. (author), Schoonderwoerd, T.A.J. (author), van den Bosch, K. (author), Visker, O.H. (author), Haije, T. (author), Veltman, K.H.J. (author)
The rapid progress in artificial intelligence enables technology to more and more become a partner of humans in a team, rather than being a tool. Even more than in human teams, partners of human–agent teams have different strengths and weaknesses, and they must acknowledge and utilize their respective capabilities. Coordinated team collaboration...
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Schraagen, J.M. (author), Barnhoorn, J.S. (author), van Schendel, J. (author), van Vught, W. (author)
Multi-level human-autonomy teaming in a distributed mission context consists of multiple manned and unmanned systems that require flexible decision making authority. We introduce the notion of ‘hybrid multi-team systems’ to refer to multiple teams consisting of n-number of humans and n-number of semi-autonomous agents having interdependence...
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Kox, E.S. (author), Kerstholt, J.H. (author), Hueting, T.F. (author), de Vries, P.W. (author)
Trust is a fundamental aspect of teamwork in Human-Agent Teams (HATs). Trust violations are an inevitable aspect of the cycle of trust, so effective trust repair strategies are needed to ensure durable and successful team performance. This study explores the effectiveness of four trust repair strategies. In a first-person shooter resembling HAT...
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Steen, M. (author), van Diggelen, J. (author), Timan, T. (author), van der Stap, N. (author)
A human-centric approach to the design and deployment of AI systems aims to support and augment human capabilities. This sounds worthwhile indeed. But what could this look like in a military context? We explored a human-centric approach to the design and deployment of highly autonomous, unarmed Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), or drone, and an...
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Steen, M. (author), van Diggelen, J. (author), Timan, T. (author)
We used two ideas from cybernetics—the sociotechnical system and the feedback loop—to explore ways to deal with some current challenges in the design and application of AI systems, e.g., in Human-Machine Teaming and Algorithmic Decision Making. As thought experiments, we envisioned two ‘cybernetic’ systems. Our goal is to explore the usefulness...
conference paper 2022
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van Zoelen, E.M. (author), van den Bosch, K. (author), Neerincx, M.A. (author)
A team develops competency by progressive mutual adaptation and learning, a process we call co-learning. In human teams, partners naturally adapt to each other and learn while collaborating. This is not self-evident in human-robot teams. There is a need for methods and models for describing and enabling co-learning in human-robot partnerships....
conference paper 2021
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Verhagen, R.S. (author), Neerincx, M.A. (author), Tielman, M.L. (author)
Because of recent and rapid developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI), humans and AI-systems increasingly work together in human-agent teams. However, in order to effectively leverage the capabilities of both, AI-systems need to be understandable to their human teammates. The branch of eXplainable AI (XAI) aspires to make AI-systems more...
conference paper 2021
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van den Oever, F. (author), Schraagen, J.M.C. (author)
Teams operating in time-pressured, dynamic environments frequently need to cope with critical situations varying in complexity and hazard. To cope with critical situations, teams may have to adapt their communication processes. Adaptation of team communication processes has been studied mostly at short time frames (minutes). Literature on...
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Schraagen, J.M.C. (author), David, L.Z. (author)
This research shows that studying team communication processes is important for understanding a team’s resilience. Resilience is defined as the ability to manage tradeoffs and to offer and accept support. Resilient team communication patterns are characterized by processes related to taking initiative, team members helping each other out (back...
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van Stijn, J.J. (author), Neerincx, M.A. (author), van Teije, A. (author), Vethman, S. (author)
Increasing automation in the healthcare sector calls for a Hybrid Intelligence (HI) approach to closely study and design the collaboration of humans and autonomous machines. Ensuring that medical HI systems' decision-making is ethical is key. The use of Team Design Patterns (TDPs) can advance this goal by describing successful and reusable...
conference paper 2021
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van der Waa, J. (author), Verdult, S. (author), van den Bosch, K. (author), van Diggelen, J. (author), Haije, T. (author), van der Stigchel, B. (author), Cocu, I. (author)
With the progress of Artificial Intelligence, intelligent agents are increasingly being deployed in tasks for which ethical guidelines and moral values apply. As artificial agents do not have a legal position, humans should be held accountable if actions do not comply, implying humans need to exercise control. This is often labeled as Meaningful...
article 2021
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van Zoelen, E.M. (author), van den Bosch, K. (author), Neerincx, M. (author)
Becoming a well-functioning team requires continuous collaborative learning by all team members. This is called co-learning, conceptualized in this paper as comprising two alternating iterative stages: partners adapting their behavior to the task and to each other (co-adaptation), and partners sustaining successful behavior through communication...
article 2021
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Vandenbroucke, A.R.E. (author), Crone, E.A. (author), van Erp, J.B.F. (author), Güroğlu, B. (author), Hulshoff Pol, H.E. (author), de Kogel, C.H. (author), Krabbendam, L. (author), Jansen, L.M.C. (author), Brouwer, A.M. (author)
Integrating fundamental science in society, with the goal to translate research findings to daily practice, comes with certain challenges. Successfully integrating research projects into society requires (1) good collaboration between scientists and societal stakeholders, (2) collaboration partners with common expectations and goals, and (3)...
article 2021
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Stensrud, R. (author), Valaker, S. (author), Eikelboom, A.R. (author), Mikkelsen, B. (author)
In this paper, we discuss principles for designing collaboration among human and future non-human intelligent collaborators (NICs), focusing on interdependence and emergent dynamics of work flow. We discuss a dynamic coordination concept, where multiple military teams collaborate in support of Joint targeting, (JT) partly (and in some of the...
conference paper 2021
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van Zoelen, E.M. (author), van den Bosch, K. (author), Rauterberg, M. (author), Barakova, E. (author), Neerincx, M. (author)
As robots become more ubiquitous, they will increasingly need to behave as our team partners and smoothly adapt to the (adaptive) human team behaviors to establish successful patterns of collaboration over time. A substantial amount of adaptations present themselves through subtle and unconscious interactions, which are difficult to observe. Our...
article 2021
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