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Non-contractual trust, design, and human and computer interactions
  How might trust be a component of human-computer based interaction? There are a number of dimensions involving different combinations of humans, systems and computer agents. Recent studies of trust in the workplace indicate that trust has many attributes, and that representations of trust in the virtual workplace must take account of differences in emphasis. [1] The panel members will work with a number of 'real world' scenarios that illustrate different aspects pertinent to trust and the morality of interactions.

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    31 December 2000

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  • Library of Congress:

    QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science

  • Dewey Decimal Classification:

    006 Special Computer Methods


Marsh, S., Davenport, E., Dibben, M., Friedman, B., March, S., Rosenbaum, H., & Thimbleby, H. (2000). Non-contractual trust, design, and human and computer interactions. In CHI 2000 Proceedings (239-240).



design; human values; interaction design; trust;

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