Measuring the Influence of Characteristics on Decision-Making Scenarios: A Prototype

Reiners, Sebastian; Müller, Lea Sophie; Becker, Jörg; Hertel, Guido


Zusammenfassung

Nowadays, the world is digitalized and data-driven, transforming decision-making as information is available to essentially any person at practically any time. A naive approach would at first propose that with a greater amount of information, i.e., a greater amount of data, a more educated choice can be reached. Rather, many decision scenarios reach a point today where individuals can no longer acquire and comprehend the vast volume of data on their own. As a corollary, people seek the assistance of algorithms and machines to make reasoned and informed decisions when confronted with difficult issues or problems. However, current research lacks a perspective that can recognize and empirically explore the complex multidimensional nature of the relationships between the defining characteristics of such scenarios. We bridge this void by investigating how the influence of these relationships affects human decision making and perception of an artificial intelligence/system. Specifically, we propose a web-based prototype to simulate decision-making scenarios in which it is possible to change certain characteristics (e.g., transparency, control) and analyze how the change affects the person’s decisions and perceptions (e.g., trust) toward the system.

Schlüsselwörter
decision making; characteristics; artificial intelligence; prototype



Publikationstyp
Forschungsartikel in Sammelband (Konferenz)

Begutachtet
Ja

Publikationsstatus
Veröffentlicht

Jahr
2022

Konferenz
24th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction

Konferenzort
Online

Buchtitel
HCI International 2022 Posters (Band1582)

Herausgeber
Stephanidis, C., Antona, M., Ntoa, S.

Erste Seite
387

Letzte Seite
392

Reihe
Communications in Computer and Information Science

Verlag
Springer International Publishing

Ort
International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Online, Online

Sprache
Englisch

ISBN
978-3-031-06416-6

DOI

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