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Ethics and Information Technology

Ausgabe 3/2022

Inhalt (18 Artikel)

Open Access Original Paper

Automation, unemployment, and insurance

Tom Parr

Editorial

The Ethics of AI in Human Resources

Matthew J, Dennis, Evgeni Aizenberg

Original Paper

Vicarious liability: a solution to a problem of AI responsibility?

Daniela Glavaničová, Matteo Pascucci

Review Article

Tracing app technology: an ethical review in the COVID-19 era and directions for post-COVID-19

Saleh Afroogh, Amir Esmalian, Ali Mostafavi, Ali Akbari, Kambiz Rasoulkhani, Shahriar Esmaeili, Ehsan Hajiramezanali

Open Access Original Paper

Resisting the Gamer’s Dilemma

Thomas Montefiore, Paul Formosa

Original Paper

Engineering responsibility

Nicholas Sars

Open Access Original Paper

Humans, Neanderthals, robots and rights

Kamil Mamak

Open Access Original Paper

Technology and moral change: the transformation of truth and trust

John Danaher, Henrik Skaug Sætra

Review Paper

Characteristics and challenges in the industries towards responsible AI: a systematic literature review

Marianna Anagnostou, Olga Karvounidou, Chrysovalantou Katritzidaki, Christina Kechagia, Kyriaki Melidou, Eleni Mpeza, Ioannis Konstantinidis, Eleni Kapantai, Christos Berberidis, Ioannis Magnisalis, Vassilios Peristeras

Open Access Original Paper

The value sensitive design of a preventive health check app

Litska Strikwerda, Marlies van Steenbergen, Anke van Gorp, Cathelijn Timmers, Jeroen van Grondelle

Open Access Original Paper

Enabling Fairness in Healthcare Through Machine Learning

Thomas Grote, Geoff Keeling

Open Access Original Paper

Disguising Reddit sources and the efficacy of ethical research

Joseph Reagle