May be another aspect of trust is mutual empathy and the golden rule. “One should not treat others in ways that one would not like to be treated” (actually this is known to be the silver rule in this cautional form, as said in wikipedia).
This imply that we are able of empathy, able to recognize in the other a human being, with moral, responsible of his judgment. It is closely related to the sentiment of justice. When a taxi driver makes a mistake and someone is killed, he may go to jail. Does it makes sense to put a computer in jail? If the computer made the judgment that lead to the decision, does it makes sense to put in jail the developer or the CEO that made the technology? Does this has an impact on specificaly designing trust between human and AI?