Trust, but verify: The quest to measure our trust in AI
ASU’s Center for Accelerating Operational Efficiency is testing a tool that could help government and industry identify and develop trustworthy AI technology. Trustworthiness is an increasing concern as the use of AI expands into many fields, including health care, business, finance, transportation and other important aspects of society. Erin Chiou, an assistant professor of human systems engineering in The Polytechnic School, part of the Fulton Schools, is among ASU researchers exploring how to develop trustworthy AI technology and ensuring its use protects the peoples’ rights as well as serves their best interests. The article is also published in Business Telegraph.