Articles by Aisling Ann O’Kane

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Aisling Ann O’Kane is a Ph.D. candidate at the University College London’s Interaction Centre and is part of the CHI+MED project concentrating on patient experience and the safe use of take-home medical technologies. She consulted on human factors engineering in the safety critical domain before completing her Masters in Interactive Systems Engineering at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, conducting her thesis research at the Mobile Life Centre in Stockholm and at TU Delft on user trust in technology.

Trusting Inaccurate Systems: Both Technological and Human

Research into the use of GPS systems suggests that if machine interfaces admit they can be wrong they earn greater trust than by pretending to be infallible. [Read More]