Growing up, we were continuously warned by our parents to beware of strangers, both on the internet, and luring us into their cars. Today, we routinely use the internet to call strangers to come pick us up in their cars. What changed?
The trust we place in companies like Uber and Lyft, the technologies behind them, and the drivers they employ, has become commonplace. But what about evolving to have that same level of faith in something we can’t see? As an autonomous future quickly approaches with millions still skeptical, how can we ensure a similar trend of growing trust in driverless vehicles and ride sharing?
Join TEAGUE's Creative Director, Matt McElvogue, and Tech Director, Warren Schramm, for an in-depth exploration of the slippery nature of establishing trust in autonomous vehicles.
We'll discuss what we call “trust interactions”, as they relate to vehicle HMI, key findings from our initial user testing during our project with Intel, and the opportunities in front of us—what areas are ripe for designer exploration and new hypotheses to bring us closer to a trustworthy autonomous future.
Beer, wine, cocktails, & hors d'oeuvres will be provided. Big thanks to our amazing sponsors!