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July 2, 2022
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NIST Proposes Method for Evaluating User Trust in Artificial Intelligence Systems

Every time you speak to a virtual assistant on your smartphone, you are talking to an artificial intelligence — an AI that can, for example, learn your taste in music and make song recommendations that improve based on your interactions. However, AI also assists us with more risk-fraught activities, such as helping doctors diagnose cancer. These are two very different scenarios, but the same issue permeates both: How do we humans decide whether or not to trust a machine’s recommendations? This is the question that a new draft publication from the National Institute of Standards and Technology
NIST Proposes Method for Evaluating User Trust in Artificial Intelligence Systems

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