By Ayse Kok
One of the common issues discomposing the professionals in the fields of information security and artificial intelligence (AI) is to explain the users its importance and resultantly gaining their trust. This study examines the relationship between trust and explanation of computing science through, the conceptual analysis of the available relevant literature on system theory and Latour’s actor-network theory. The conceptual framework is applied to assess information security and artificial intelligence of expert systems (AI) and electronic voting systems (security). Lastly, this study concludes with the outlining the importance of awareness of ethical implications of informed and related sharing of responsibilities.
About the author(s)
Dr. Ayse Kok is a policy analyst at the Global Foundation for Cyber Studies and Research. She has extensive experience in the fields of social, mobile and digital technologies both from a professional and a researcher perspective. She participated in various projects in partnership with international organizations such as UN, NATO and the EU. She got her Masters from the Oxford University (UK) and PhD from the Cambridge University (UK).