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  1. Understanding the dilemma of explainable artificial intelligence: a proposal for a ritual dialog framework.Aorigele Bao & Yi Zeng - 2024 - Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 8000.
    This paper addresses how people understand Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI) in three ways: contrastive, functional, and transparent. We discuss the unique aspects and challenges of each and emphasize improving current XAI understanding frameworks. The Ritual Dialog Framework (RDF) is introduced as a solution for better dialog between AI creators and users, blending anthropological insights with current acceptance challenges. RDF focuses on building trust and a user-centered approach in XAI. By undertaking such an initiative, we aim to foster a thorough Understanding (...)
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    How to move beyond epistemic battles: pluralism and contextualism at the science-society interface.Canali Stefano & Lohse Simon - 2024 - Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 11 (1).
    The COVID-19 pandemic has been the scene of several epistemic battles at the science-society interface, creating deadlocks that have been hard to overcome. To cut through the paralysing elements of these discussions, we present an analysis of three epistemic battles, concerning empirical evidence, expertise, and model projections. Our analysis singles out a crucial factor that drives unhelpful disputes like these: the contested prioritisation of specific types of scientific knowledge, which are considered adequate for policy only if they meet predetermined standards. (...)
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