The National Institutes of Standards and Technology wants to quantify user trust in artificial intelligence.
"Trust and Artificial Intelligence," by Brian Stanton at NIST's Information Technology Laboratory and Theodore Jensen at the University of Connecticut, aims to help businesses and developers who deploy AI systems make informed decisions and identify areas where people don't trust AI.
Without trust, Stanton says, adoption of AI will slow or halt.
NIST views the initiative as an extension of its more traditional work establishing trust in measurement systems. Public comment is being accepted until July 30.
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