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Ethics and Information Technology

Ausgabe 1/2024

Inhalt (18 Artikel)

Original Paper

Building trust with digital democratic innovations

Anna Mikhaylovskaya, Rouméas Élise

Open Access Original Paper

How to teach responsible AI in Higher Education: challenges and opportunities

Andrea Aler Tubella, Marçal Mora-Cantallops, Juan Carlos Nieves

Open Access Original Paper

Engineers on responsibility: feminist approaches to who’s responsible for ethical AI

Eleanor Drage, Kerry McInerney, Jude Browne

Open Access Original Paper

The conceptual exportation question: conceptual engineering and the normativity of virtual worlds

Thomas Montefiore, Paul-Mikhail Catapang Podosky

Open Access Original Paper

Diversity and language technology: how language modeling bias causes epistemic injustice

Paula Helm, Gábor Bella, Gertraud Koch, Fausto Giunchiglia

Open Access Original Paper

Is moral status done with words?

Miriam Gorr

Open Access Original Paper

AI for crisis decisions

Tina Comes

Open Access Original Paper

Moral sensitivity and the limits of artificial moral agents

Joris Graff

Open Access Original Paper

Socially disruptive technologies and epistemic injustice

J. K. G. Hopster

Open Access Original Paper

Why converging technologies need converging international regulation

Dirk Helbing, Marcello Ienca

Open Access Original Paper

AI and the need for justification (to the patient)

Anantharaman Muralidharan, Julian Savulescu, G. Owen Schaefer

Open Access Original Paper

What is conceptual disruption?

Samuela Marchiori, Kevin Scharp