Michael A. Goodrich, Jacob W. Crandall, and Jeffrey L. Stimpson
In this paper, a brief overview of neglect-tolerant humanrobot interaction is presented. Recent results of a neglecttolerance study are then summarized. The problem is then posed of how neglect tolerance affects how a human interacts with multiple robots, and a scenario is constructed that illustrates how multiple robot management can produce a problem with the form of a prisoner’s dilemma. An abstraction of this prisoner’s dilemma problem is then presented, and two robot learning algorithms are outlined that may address key points in this abstracted dilemma.