Can Intelligent Environments be Trustworthy? Designing for trust in Scientific Communication: Concept of Habitable Interfaces (Position Paper)


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Malchanau, A.V. (2004) Can Intelligent Environments be Trustworthy? Designing for trust in Scientific Communication: Concept of Habitable Interfaces (Position Paper). In: CHI '04 Workshop on Considering Trust in Ambient Societies, 26 Apr 2004, Vienna, Austria.

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Abstract:In this paper we propose the concept of Habitable Interfaces. This concept builds on values-based trust. We hypothesise that representations and interactions built on scientific metaphors and concepts and organised based on the knowledge whithin particular scientific domain will enable values-based trust. Habitable interfaces may provide better information exchange within scientific communities.
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