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Prototype A-Local Hints: The application can be used in »default mode« and »emergency mode«. Switching the mode changes the evaluation of the AI. Icons hint at criteria that the AI considers worth alerting or warning about. Further information is displayed on demand via popovers. The airports are displayed in the header of the table, each row displays the information regarding a certain criterion (listed on the left).

Prototype A-Local Hints: The application can be used in »default mode« and »emergency mode«. Switching the mode changes the evaluation of the AI. Icons hint at criteria that the AI considers worth alerting or warning about. Further information is displayed on demand via popovers. The airports are displayed in the header of the table, each row displays the information regarding a certain criterion (listed on the left).

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Supporting pilots with a decision support tool (DST) during high-workload scenarios is a promising and potentially very helpful application for AI in aviation. Nevertheless, design requirements and opportunities for trustworthy DSTs within the aviation domain have not been explored much in the scientific literature. To address this gap, we explore...

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... Prototype A-Local Hints. In this prototype, the AI was designed to continuously evaluate and highlight decisionrelevant information without suggesting particular diversion options (Fig. 1). This is done by displaying all surrounding airports and their information regarding certain criteria in a table. These criteria are important for diversions, such as flight time, runway length, weather at the destination, or distance to the next hospital. The airports are ordered from left to right according to a criterion specified ...