In this talk, the speaker will address the following two points. The first is to argue for the validity and utility of a motivation attributing account of trust. The second is to outline how such an account of trust functions in human-AI information interactions, including potential influences and the implications of such trust interactions.
Co-organizers: MS/LIS student Sarah Appedu and Affiliate Professor Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe, professor and coordinator for information literacy services and instruction in the University Library
Questions? Contact Sarah Appedu
This event is sponsored by HRI Research Cluster: AI & Society: Privacy, Ethics and (Dis)Information