Automation in human-machine networks: how increasing machine agency affects human agency

Authors: Følstad, A., Engen, V., Haugstveit, I.M. and Pickering, J.B.

Journal: Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing

Volume: 659

Pages: 72-81

ISBN: 9783319677910

ISSN: 2194-5357

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-67792-7_8

Abstract:

Efficient human-machine networks require productive interaction between human and machine actors. In this study, we address how a strengthening of machine agency, for example through increasing levels of automation, affect the human actors of the networks. Findings from case studies within air traffic management, emergency management, and crowd evacuation are presented, shedding light on how automation may strengthen the agency of human actors in the network through responsibility sharing and task allocation, and serve as a needed prerequisite of innovation and change.

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Automation in Human-Machine Networks: How Increasing Machine Agency Affects Human Agency

Authors: Folstad, A., Engen, V., Haugstveit, I.M. and Pickering, J.B.

Journal: MAN-MACHINE INTERACTIONS 5, ICMMI 2017

Volume: 659

Pages: 72-81

eISSN: 2194-5365

ISBN: 978-3-319-67791-0

ISSN: 2194-5357

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-67792-7_8

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/33669/

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Automation in human-machine networks: how increasing machine agency affects human agency

Authors: Følstad, A., Engen, V., Haugstveit, I.M. and Pickering, J.B.

Conference: ICMMI 2017: International Conference on Man–Machine Interactions

Pages: 72-81

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319677910

ISSN: 2194-5357

Abstract:

© 2018, Springer International Publishing AG. Efficient human-machine networks require productive interaction between human and machine actors. In this study, we address how a strengthening of machine agency, for example through increasing levels of automation, affect the human actors of the networks. Findings from case studies within air traffic management, emergency management, and crowd evacuation are presented, shedding light on how automation may strengthen the agency of human actors in the network through responsibility sharing and task allocation, and serve as a needed prerequisite of innovation and change.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/33669/

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