An Automated Vehicle (AV) like Me? The Impact of Personality Similarities and Differences between Humans and AVs

09/11/2019
by   Qiaoning Zhang, et al.
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To better understand the impacts of similarities and dissimilarities in human and AV personalities we conducted an experimental study with 443 individuals. Generally, similarities in human and AV personalities led to a higher perception of AV safety only when both were high in specific personality traits. Dissimilarities in human and AV personalities also yielded a higher perception of AV safety, but only when the AV was higher than the human in a particular personality trait.

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