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Trust & Technology Initiative

 

For our launch event, we asked researchers from Cambridge to give us their thoughts on trust and technology.

The resulting collection of short articles can be downloaded as a PDF.

 

"Talking about Trust"
Dr Laura James
Trust & Technology Initiative; Department of Computer Science and Technology
 
"Trust, Technology and Truth-Claims"
Dr Ella McPherson
Trust & Technology Initiative; Department of Sociology
 
"Fundamentally more secure computer systems: the CHERI approach"
Prof Simon Moore
Trust & Technology Initiative; Department of Computer Science and Technology
 
"The Political Economy of Trust"
Prof John Naughton
Trust & Technology Initiative; Centre for research in the Arts, Social Sciences and humanitites (CRASSH)
 
"Compliant and Accountable Systems"
Dr Jat Singh
Trust & Technology Initiative; Department of Computer Science and Technology
 
"AI Trust & Transparency with the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence"
Adrian Weller
Trust & Technology Initiative; Department of Engineering
 
Prof David de Cremer
Judge Business School
 
"Digital Trust Dissonance: when you’ve got them by the app, their clicks and minds will follow"
Richard Dent
Department of Sociology
 
"Digital Voice, Media and Power in Africa"
Dr Stephanie Diepeveen
Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS)
 
"Govtech Requires Many Relationships of Trust"
Dr Tanya Filer
Bennett Institute for Public Policy
 
"TRVE Data: Secure and Resilient Collaborative Applications"
Dr Martin Kleppmann
Department of Computer Science and Technology
 
"The Autonomous City"
Dr Ian Lewis
Department of Computer Science and Technology
 
"Trust, Evidence and Local Democracy; how Cambridgeshire County Council has bridged the gap"
Ian Manning
Cambridgeshire County Council
 
"Giving Voice to Digital Democracies"
Dr Marcus Tomalin
Centre for research in the Arts, Social Sciences and humanitites (CRASSH)
 

 

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