Articles by Christian Detweiler
Christian Detweiler is a Ph.D. candidate at Delft University of Technology, working on ways of dealing with ethical implications of technology during design. At Delft, he splits his time between the Interactive Intelligence Group and the 3TU Centre for Ethics and Technology. He has a background in user trust, media studies, law, and media 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]