Why is my robot behaving like that? Designing transparency for real time inspection of autonomous robots

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Abstract

The EPSRC’s Principles of Robotics dictates the implementation of transparency in robotic systems, however, research related to it is in its infancy. The current paper introduces the reader to the need of having transparent to inspection intelligent agents. We provide a robust definition of transparency, as a mechanism to expose
the decision making of the robot, by considering and expanding upon other prominent definitions found in literature. The paper concludes by addressing potentials design decisions developers need to consider when designing transparent systems.

Workshop

WorkshopAISB Workshop on Principles of Robotics
CountryUK United Kingdom
CitySheffield
Period4/04/164/04/16
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Transparency
Robotics
Inspection
Robots
Intelligent agents
Decision making

Keywords

  • AI
  • robotics
  • robot
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • agent design
  • intelligent agents
  • ethics
  • roboethics
  • transparency

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Theodorou, A., Wortham, R. H., & Bryson, J. J. (2016). Why is my robot behaving like that? Designing transparency for real time inspection of autonomous robots. Paper presented at AISB Workshop on Principles of Robotics, Sheffield, UK United Kingdom.

Why is my robot behaving like that? Designing transparency for real time inspection of autonomous robots. / Theodorou, Andreas; Wortham, Robert H; Bryson, Joanna J.

2016. Paper presented at AISB Workshop on Principles of Robotics, Sheffield, UK United Kingdom.

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Theodorou, A, Wortham, RH & Bryson, JJ 2016, 'Why is my robot behaving like that? Designing transparency for real time inspection of autonomous robots' Paper presented at AISB Workshop on Principles of Robotics, Sheffield, UK United Kingdom, 4/04/16 - 4/04/16, .
Theodorou A, Wortham RH, Bryson JJ. Why is my robot behaving like that? Designing transparency for real time inspection of autonomous robots. 2016. Paper presented at AISB Workshop on Principles of Robotics, Sheffield, UK United Kingdom.
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