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trustworthiness

 [trust´wer-the-ness]
the quality of inspiring trust in someone else; this is one of the central virtues in virtue-based ethical theories.

trustworthiness

A clinical trials term of art for an attribute of records (data and documents) and signatures submitted to regulatory agencies regarding their suitability for reaching scientific conclusions about safety and efficacy, which underlies public policy decisions regarding market authorisation. Key dimensions of trustworthiness of eClinical trial data are data quality and data integrity.

trustworthiness

Ethics A principle in which a person both deserves the trust of others and does not violate that trust
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'Our aim, in this project, is to better understand the nature and conditions of trust in the public domain and to discover indicators which can be used in measuring and establishing the trustworthiness of those involved in social and political decision making.'
Expanding on its past use of blockchain technology, Fujitsu Laboratories has developed a new digital identity exchange technology for safely circulating personal credentials in a form that enables users to confirm the trustworthiness of the other party, drawing on factors including the status of previous transactions and evaluations by users who had engaged in transactions with the party in question, as part of a decentralized identification system.
Trustworthiness is a multidimensional construct consisting of the characteristics of another party, such as ability, benevolence, and integrity (Mayer et al., 1995).
"This is why it is not surprising that 35 percent of people want him to continue in his political career."The results cannot be considered as a percentage he would gain in the elections, the analyst continued, explaining that even in the case of Smer politicians, trustworthiness numbers do not translate to real election results.
Whether these reforms that will be in place by next year, combined with the tightening of the law on recusals, will restore the trustworthiness and the standing of the judiciary after the events of the last few weeks remains to be seen.
According to this model, the perceived attractiveness, trustworthiness and expertise affect the credibility of the endorser.
Democrats showed a reduced level of trustworthiness when rating Fox News (-1.16 points) and Breitbart News Network (-1.48 points) articles when the source was shown.
[USA], Aug 21 ( ANI ): In an attempt to fight the issue of fake news, Facebook is now rating its users on the basis of their trustworthiness.
The researchers found that patients did not perceive a difference in physician competence, professionalism, caring, approachability, trustworthiness, or reliability based on exposed body art.
An understanding of the organizational role and societal culture in determining trust expectations and trustworthiness is vital, as trust is critical in many facets of organizational behavior.
Believing someone is, as Elizabeth Anscombe said, "trusting him for the truth." Recent accounts of how we trust speakers for the truth have given a central role to speaker trustworthiness but have said little about what speaker trustworthiness is.
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