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Information operations[edit | edit source]

Human factors refer to the psychological, cultural, behavioral, and other human attributes that influence decision-making, the flow of information, and the interpretation of information by individuals or groups at any level in a state or organization.

Technology[edit | edit source]

Human factors

refers broadly to how humans' abilities, characteristics, and limitations interact with the design of the equipment they use and the environments in which they function.[1]

Vehicle automation[edit | edit source]

Human factors

relate to understanding the interaction(s) of humans with all aspects of an automated road transport system (ART), both from within a vehicle, when taking the role of a driver/operator and also as a road user, when interacting with automated vehicles. Knowledge and theories from social-psychological and behavioural sciences are useful to understand how humans interact with such systems.[2]

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