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Alessandro Sapienza
Alessandro Sapienza
Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies, ISTC - CNR
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All we need is trust: How the COVID-19 outbreak reconfigured trust in Italian public institutions
R Falcone, E Colý, S Felletti, A Sapienza, C Castelfranchi, F Paglieri
Frontiers in psychology 11, 561747, 2020
1142020
How COVID-19 changed the information needs of Italian citizens
R Falcone, A Sapienza
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17 (19), 6988, 2020
542020
On the users’ acceptance of IoT systems: A theoretical approach
R Falcone, A Sapienza
Information 9 (3), 53, 2018
502018
The relevance of categories for trusting information sources
R Falcone, A Sapienza, C Castelfranchi
ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (TOIT) 15 (4), 1-21, 2015
382015
The role of trust in COVID-19 vaccine acceptance: considerations from a systematic review
A Sapienza, R Falcone
International journal of environmental research and public health 20 (1), 665, 2022
222022
Trusting COVID-19 vaccines as individual and social goal
R Falcone, A Ansani, E Colý, M Marini, A Sapienza, C Castelfranchi, ...
Scientific reports 12 (1), 9470, 2022
202022
Evaluating agents’ trustworthiness within virtual societies in case of no direct experience
A Sapienza, R Falcone
Cognitive Systems Research 64, 164-173, 2020
132020
An agent-based model to assess citizens’ acceptance of COVID-19 restrictions
R Falcone, A Sapienza
Journal of Simulation 17 (1), 105-119, 2023
102023
A Bayesian Computational Model for Trust on Information Sources.
A Sapienza, R Falcone
WOA, 50-55, 2016
102016
Trusting information sources through their categories
R Falconem, A Sapienza, C Castelfranchi
Advances in Practical Applications of Agents, Multi-Agent Systems, andá…, 2015
102015
Recommendation of categories in an agents world: The role of (not) local communicative environments
R Falcone, A Sapienza, C Castelfranchi
2015 13th Annual Conference on Privacy, Security and Trust (PST), 7-13, 2015
92015
Modeling interaction in human–machine systems: A trust and trustworthiness approach
A Sapienza, F Cantucci, R Falcone
Automation 3 (2), 242-257, 2022
82022
There is more to attraction than meets the eye: Studying decoy‐induced attention allocation without eye tracking
M Marini, A Sapienza, F Paglieri
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 2022
52022
An autonomy-based collaborative trust model for user-IoT systems interaction
A Sapienza, R Falcone
International Symposium on Intelligent and Distributed Computing, 178-187, 2022
42022
Selecting trustworthy partners by the means of untrustworthy recommenders in digitally empowered societies
R Falcone, A Sapienza
Advances in Practical Applications of Survivable Agents and Multi-Agentá…, 2019
42019
Which information sources are more trustworthy in a scenario of hydrogeological risks: a computational platform
R Falcone, A Sapienza, C Castelfranchi
Advances in Practical Applications of Scalable Multi-agent Systems. Theá…, 2016
42016
Information Sources: Trust and Meta-trust Dimensions.
C Castelfranchi, R Falcone, A Sapienza
TRUST@ AAMAS, 55-67, 2014
42014
To Be Trustworthy and To Trust: The New Frontier of Intelligent Systems
R Falcone, A Sapienza, F Cantucci, C Castelfranchi
Handbook of Human‐Machine Systems, 213-223, 2023
32023
Trust and autonomy for regulating the users’ acceptance of IoT technologies
R Falcone, A Sapienza
Intelligenza Artificiale 14 (1), 45-58, 2020
32020
Using sources trustworthiness in weather scenarios: The special role of the authority
R Falcone, A Sapienza
AI* IA 2017 Advances in Artificial Intelligence: XVIth Internationalá…, 2017
32017
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