Team Neo Security Lab, in cooperation with the CERT Division of the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, is creating a web-based game testing its players’ degree of trust for AI systems. The game will be designed to entertain the player, while also collecting their choices to help with AI decision-making interface research in the future.
The goal for our team is to produce a purposeful game that generates large amounts of data regarding decisions and interfaces, without collecting any personal information. This game is about players’ attitudes towards AI systems, while keeping players anonymized. Neo Security Lab uses an application programming interface for AI decision support provided by the CERT Division. The game centers around those choices. This work will help AI researchers improve strategies for displays of AI-based decision support.