Towards a Model for Building Trust and Acceptance of Artificial Intelligence Aided Medical Assessment Systems

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Towards a Model for Building Trust and Acceptance of Artificial Intelligence Aided Medical Assessment Systems. / Seitz, Lennart; Bekmeier-Feuerhahn, Sigrid; Bontrup, Florian; Wildt, Justus; Gohil, Krutika.

Proceedings of the 49th EMAC 2020 Annual Conference, Budapest, May 26-29, 2020. Brüssel : European Marketing Academy, 2020. 64418 (Proceedings of the European Marketing Academy ; Band 2020).

Publikation: Beiträge in SammelwerkenAufsätze in KonferenzbändenForschungbegutachtet

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Seitz, L, Bekmeier-Feuerhahn, S, Bontrup, F, Wildt, J & Gohil, K 2020, Towards a Model for Building Trust and Acceptance of Artificial Intelligence Aided Medical Assessment Systems. in Proceedings of the 49th EMAC 2020 Annual Conference, Budapest, May 26-29, 2020., 64418, Proceedings of the European Marketing Academy , Bd. 2020, European Marketing Academy, Brüssel, 49th Annual of the European Marketing Academy - EMAC 2020, Budapest , Ungarn, 26.05.20. <http://proceedings.emac-online.org/pdfs/A2020-64418.pdf>

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Seitz, L., Bekmeier-Feuerhahn, S., Bontrup, F., Wildt, J., & Gohil, K. (2020). Towards a Model for Building Trust and Acceptance of Artificial Intelligence Aided Medical Assessment Systems. in Proceedings of the 49th EMAC 2020 Annual Conference, Budapest, May 26-29, 2020 [64418] (Proceedings of the European Marketing Academy ; Band 2020). European Marketing Academy. http://proceedings.emac-online.org/pdfs/A2020-64418.pdf

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Seitz L, Bekmeier-Feuerhahn S, Bontrup F, Wildt J, Gohil K. Towards a Model for Building Trust and Acceptance of Artificial Intelligence Aided Medical Assessment Systems. in Proceedings of the 49th EMAC 2020 Annual Conference, Budapest, May 26-29, 2020. Brüssel: European Marketing Academy. 2020. 64418. (Proceedings of the European Marketing Academy ).

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