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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 AI bias: exploring discriminatory algorithmic decision-making models and the application of possible machine-centric solutions adapted from the pharmaceutical industry Belenguer, Lorenzo

2 4 p. 771-787
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2 AI ethics and systemic risks in finance Svetlova, Ekaterina

2 4 p. 713-725
artikel
3 Algorithms are not neutral Stinson, Catherine

2 4 p. 763-770
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4 Artificial intelligence and real-time predictive maintenance in industry 4.0: a bibliometric analysis Keleko, Aurelien Teguede

2 4 p. 553-577
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5 Autonomous weapon systems and the claim-rights of innocents on the battlefield Cantrell, Hunter

2 4 p. 645-653
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6 Blind spots in AI ethics Hagendorff, Thilo

2 4 p. 851-867
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7 ‘Data dregs’ and its implications for AI ethics: Revelations from the pandemic Lim, Sun Sun

2 4 p. 595-597
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8 Defining organizational AI governance Mäntymäki, Matti

2 4 p. 603-609
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9 ‘Design-for-responsible’ algorithmic decision-making systems: a question of ethical judgement and human meaningful control Holford, W. David

2 4 p. 827-836
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10 Diffused responsibility: attributions of responsibility in the use of AI-driven clinical decision support systems Bleher, Hannah

2 4 p. 747-761
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11 Disruption, technology and the question of (artificial) identity Babushkina, Dina

2 4 p. 611-622
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12 Ethical issues deriving from the delayed adoption of artificial intelligence in medical imaging Placidi, Giuseppe

2 4 p. 599-602
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13 Ethical, legal, social, and economic (ELSE) implications of artificial intelligence at a global level: a scientometrics approach Benefo, Edmund Ofosu

2 4 p. 667-682
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14 Explainable artificial intelligence (XAI) post-hoc explainability methods: risks and limitations in non-discrimination law Vale, Daniel

2 4 p. 815-826
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15 Explainable machine learning practices: opening another black box for reliable medical AI Ratti, Emanuele

2 4 p. 801-814
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16 FMEA-AI: AI fairness impact assessment using failure mode and effects analysis Li, Jamy

2 4 p. 837-850
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17 From AI ethics principles to data science practice: a reflection and a gap analysis based on recent frameworks and practical experience Georgieva, Ilina

2 4 p. 697-711
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18 How a non-conscious robot could be an agent with capacity for morally responsible behaviour Søvik, Atle Ottesen

2 4 p. 789-800
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19 Methodology for integrating artificial intelligence in healthcare systems: learning from COVID-19 to prepare for Disease X Radanliev, Petar

2 4 p. 623-630
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20 Moral dilemmas for moral machines LaCroix, Travis

2 4 p. 737-746
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21 No-boundary thinking: a viable solution to ethical data-driven AI in precision medicine Obafemi-Ajayi, Tayo

2 4 p. 635-643
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22 Responsibility assignment won’t solve the moral issues of artificial intelligence Heinrichs, Jan-Hendrik

2 4 p. 727-736
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23 Responsible media technology and AI: challenges and research directions Trattner, Christoph

2 4 p. 585-594
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24 Safety criticism and ethical dilemma of autonomous vehicles Li, Wei

2 4 p. 869-874
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25 The double-edged sword of AI: Ethical Adversarial Attacks to counter artificial intelligence for crime Choraś, Michał

2 4 p. 631-634
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26 The ethical issues of the application of artificial intelligence in healthcare: a systematic scoping review Karimian, Golnar

2 4 p. 539-551
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27 The future of AI in our hands? To what extent are we as individuals morally responsible for guiding the development of AI in a desirable direction? Persson, Erik

2 4 p. 683-695
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28 The road to a human-centred digital society: opportunities, challenges and responsibilities for humans in the age of machines De Cremer, David

2 4 p. 579-583
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29 The social dilemma in artificial intelligence development and why we have to solve it Strümke, Inga

2 4 p. 655-665
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