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Trusting the unknown: The impact of Artificial Intelligence on inter-organisational trust. / Pan, Luodi; Chakkol, Mehmet; Selviaridis, Kostas.

2020. 1-10 Paper presented at EurOMA 2020 , Warwick, United Kingdom.

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Pan, L, Chakkol, M & Selviaridis, K 2020, 'Trusting the unknown: The impact of Artificial Intelligence on inter-organisational trust', Paper presented at EurOMA 2020 , Warwick, United Kingdom, 29/06/20 - 30/06/20 pp. 1-10.

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Pan, L., Chakkol, M., & Selviaridis, K. (2020). Trusting the unknown: The impact of Artificial Intelligence on inter-organisational trust. 1-10. Paper presented at EurOMA 2020 , Warwick, United Kingdom.

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Pan L, Chakkol M, Selviaridis K. Trusting the unknown: The impact of Artificial Intelligence on inter-organisational trust. 2020. Paper presented at EurOMA 2020 , Warwick, United Kingdom.

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Pan, Luodi ; Chakkol, Mehmet ; Selviaridis, Kostas. / Trusting the unknown: The impact of Artificial Intelligence on inter-organisational trust. Paper presented at EurOMA 2020 , Warwick, United Kingdom.10 p.

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