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Abstract As autonomous robots collaborate with people on tasks the questions who deserves credit and who is to blame are no longer simple

Based on insights from an observational study of a delivery robot in a hospital this paper deals with how robotic autonomy and transparency affect the attribution of credit and blame In the study we conducted a 2x2 experiment to test the effects of

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Abstract As autonomous robots collaborate with people on tasks the questions who deserves credit and who is to blame are no longer simple






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