The current evolution of human-robot interactions combines robotic devices and intelligent mechanisms with human operators. Considering the current and near-future advances of robot technology and augmented systems in an environment where problems need to be resolved, much depends on the knowledge available to the operating system. When humans interact with such a system, the human brings a nearly limitless potential for various modes and paths for reasoning to resolve problems. When working collaboratively, either the human or the system programming may demonstrate limitations in knowledge, or, the two sources (system programming and human memory) may not be consistently aligned. Should this occur, a resolution must be provided.
Explain how you (a human factors representative working with a design group) would evaluate functions that require interactions involving reasoning between robots and human operators. Identify a particular industry or application and illustrate with an example how such a human-robot collaboration might occur and how conflict involving limited domain knowledge might be resolved. An additional element to evaluate is risk assessment in the workplace applications that address threats to safe operations, obstacles to efficient performance, and reducing the potential for error. Provide at least one scholarly resource to support your evaluation strategy.
Present this as a brief. Your brief should be approximately 800 words in length and should be written in APA format.