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)
Security as an enabling paradigm has not succeeded half as well as we might have hoped. Systems are broken or breakable, and users (people) have something of a lack of faith, understanding, or patience with security measures that exist. Whilst secure systems and solutions are the backbone of a working interconnected system of systems, they are not(More)
We collected social media network data from the site Twitter to explore the `language of the wire' and how users of digital environments conceptualise trust. Our underlying aim is to gather insights that can inform the design of an interface that assists users to negotiate trust. From our pilot study exploring and developing new methods, we found that the(More)
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