The iSHARE Trust Framework aims to support multiple interaction models, of which Human to Machine (H2M) is one. H2M interaction can be characterised as communication between a human and (a) machine(s). A user interface is necessary to enable H2M communication.
- Human X, working for Party A, requests a status update from the ERP system (machine) of Party B. It does so via a user interface.
This example is detailed under use cases.
The opposite of the H2M interaction model is the Machine to Machine interaction model.