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Benjamin Cowan <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 19 Oct 2018 09:57:06 +0100
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Measuring and Designing Trust in Human Agent Interaction Workshop
6th International Conference on Human-Agent Interaction
Southampton, UK
15-16 December 2018.

Trust is integral to the human agent user experience. Yet there is 
little consensus on the conceptualisation of trust, how it should be 
measured, and the behavioural consequences of trust for such interactions.

Our workshop aims to map out future work on trust in Human-Agent 
Interaction, bringing together leading researchers from industry and 
academia in a number of domains related to the study of trust. We are 
looking to bring together researchers from Psychology, Computer Science, 
Design, Engineering, User Experience, Cognitive Science, and more. We 
aim to advance our common definition of trust, map best practices to 
measure it and the concepts related to it and share ideas on how we can 
design trustworthy interactions with agents. More information can be 
found at https://sites.google.com/view/mdt-hai2018/mdthai2018.

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

We are inviting 500-word abstracts from workshop participants, to be 
submitted by the 2nd November 2018. Accepted abstracts will be presented 
as short talks during the workshop. Relevant topics include but are not 
limited to:

* (Novel) ways to measure and evaluate trust
* Validation of current measures of trust
* Understanding how trust affects user behaviour
* Conceptualisation and dimensionality of trust and trustworthiness
* Work on trust in domains relevant to HAI application (e.g. healthcare, 
financial sector)
* Novel application of trust-based findings in applied contexts
* Designing agents to look, sound, and feel trustworthy

It is not a requirement that abstracts have not been published 
elsewhere; in fact, we encourage discussions between current and past 
experimental work, theoretical frameworks, opinion pieces, and those 
between different disciplines and traditions. All submissions will be 
reviewed by at least 2 committee members for suitability to the workshop.

Please circulate to anyone who might be interested, and don't hesitate 
to contact us for any questions you might have.

Organising Committee:
Ilaria Torre, ADAPT Centre, Trinity College Dublin
Leigh Clark, ADAPT Centre, University College Dublin
Benjamin R Cowan, ADAPT Centre, University College Dublin

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