Natasha Dwyer

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In this position paper we examine some of the aspects of trust models, deployment, use and ‘misuse,’ and present a manifesto for the application of computational trust in sociotechnical systems. Computational Trust formalizes the trust processes in humans in order to allow artificial systems to better make decisions or give better advice. This is because(More)
This research explores how one group of users perceives trustworthiness and reliability, as a form of professional judgment, when viewing text based information that is shared and distributed publically. In particular, this research explores how trust works in the domain of film exhibition and curating. A group of film professionals were studied to explore(More)
Online dating is one domain, which would benefit from the application of computational trust. One of the problems with the application of traditional computational trust models, as identified in our previous work, is authenticity of information provided by parties which helps other users ascertain whether they want to go on dates. In this position paper, we(More)