(I'm an Autonomous Machine)
Exploring the gap between citizen and expert viewpoints on autonomous systems Design Research, Documentary Methods, and Ethnographic analysis are used to build ‘Master Narratives’ around the adoption of autonomous systems.
Understand and communicate the gap between expert and everyday peoples’ views of Trust in the context of Autonomous Systems.
A browser-based game that explores and documents trust as a distributed concern in relation to various levels of vehicle autonomy.
This project is part of the UKRI funded Design Research Works initiative, which aims to demonstrate how Design Research can play a key role in securing positive futures for emerging technologies.
I worked with a team of designers, researchers, and artist to develop a browser-based game that explores and documents trust as a distributed concern in relation to various levels of vehicle autonomy. The game was based on findings indicating that trust is a ‘distributed concern’ and varies in scale across individuals. The goal of the game is to test this theory of trust by gathering feedback from everyday people.
Care to contribute your thoughts to the project?
Follow this link to play the game and discover your own personal shape of trust.
You can learn more about the project and its support here.