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Workshop Report: Trust me? I'm an autonomous system

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Publication date22/05/2022
<mark>Original language</mark>English


This research is in support of the UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems (TAS) Hub project. In this report we describe the findings from a workshop titled ‘Trust Me? I’m and Autonomous Machine’, designed to engage with experts in industry and academia in order to capture some high-level understandings of pertinent issues around trust in automated systems. The findings indicate that trust is a ‘distributed concern’ - in other words, trust is a constitution of complex relationships, multiple concerns, and stakeholder perspectives from, for example, social, legal, technical, and business sectors. These factors and the emergent themes discussed in this report will be used in the next stage of the Trust Me? I’m an autonomous machine research activities to represent ‘expert narratives’ on trust within public consultations.