In today’s world, we are surrounded by a variety of Autonomous AUdio Systems (AAUS). Audio capture may contain personal identity attributes of voice and speech that are constitutionally protected in the scope of individual rights. This data can be misused by attackers, highlighting key issues of data protection, privacy, and security. The intersection of these issues requires an understanding of how people experience trust toward AAUS in a variety of contexts.
This project will explore how people creatively construct their perception of these issues in context. From our analysis we will investigate ways that individual protections could be increased.
Co-Design of Context-Aware Trustworthy Audio Capture is led by Dr Jennifer Williams, Southampton University and Dr Alan Chamberlain, University of Nottingham.