Automation bias is a cognitive bias in which a decision-maker relies too heavily on automated systems, such as a computer, to make a decision. This bias can lead to decisions that are not necessarily the best choice and may even be detrimental to the organization or individual. This bias can be particularly problematic when the decision-making process is not well understood by the decision-maker, or when the automated system is not properly calibrated to provide accurate information. Automation bias can also lead to the creation of inaccurate models and can result in decisions that are not based on sound reasoning.
Automation, AI, Machine Learning, Decision-Making.
CITATION : "Jessica Adams. 'Automation Bias.' Design+Encyclopedia. https://design-encyclopedia.com/?E=213716 (Accessed on March 27, 2023)"
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