2021 Issues

Volume 2, Issue 2, 2021 – Special Issue on Socio-Technical Design for Public Interest Technology

Current Issue (2, 2)

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Socio-Technical Design for Public Interest Technology by Roba Abbas, Jeremy Pitt and Katina Michael

Papers

Axes for Sociotechnical Inquiry in AI Research by Sarah Dean, Thomas Krendl Gilbert, Nathan Lambert and Tom Zick
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A Conceptual Model and Metaplatform for Public Interest Technology Design by Jeremy Pitt and Stephen Cranefield
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Z-Inspection®: A Process to Assess Trustworthy AI by Roberto V. Zicari, John Brodersen, James Brusseau, Boris Düdder, Timo Eichhorn, Todor Ivanov, Georgios Kararigas, Pedro Kringen, Melissa McCullough, Florian Möslein and Magnus Westerlund
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Blockchain in the “Time Bank”: Toward a Community-Oriented Public Interest Technology by Chengmeng Zhang, Wenqing Yu, Haoyu Suo and Gong Chen
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Bringing Care and Concern to Engineering Students Through STS Knowledge by Annie Y. Patrick
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A Problem Taxonomy for Engineering by Beth-Anne Schuelke-Leech
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Collaborating to Build the Software That Government Policies Need by Evagelia Emily Tavoulareas and Cyd Harrell
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A Social Vulnerability Analysis of Risk Due to Cyber–Physical Threats to Pennsylvania Dams by Lauren Dennis, Sarah Rajtmajer and Caitlin Grady
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Volume 2, Issue 1, 2021 – Special Issue on Smart Infrastructure and Technology Systems Ethics

Current Issue (2, 1)

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Smart Infrastructure and Technology Systems Ethics by Katina Michael, Roba Abbas, Rafael A. Calvo, George Roussos, Eusebio Scornavacca and Samuel Fosso Wamba

Brief Paper

A Hierarchical Classification of Technological Capabilities by Lindsay Robertson

Papers

When Smart Systems Fail: The Ethics of Cyber–Physical Critical Infrastructure Risk by Caitlin Grady, Sarah Rajtmajer and Lauren Dennis

Is That Traffic Light Tracking You? A Case Study on a Municipal Surveillance Technology in Seattle by Cynthias Spiess

“As It Is Africa, It Is Ok”? Ethical Considerations of Development Use of Drones for Delivery in Malawi by Ning Wang

AI Ethics in the Public, Private, and NGO Sectors: A Review of a Global Document Collection by Daniel Schiff, Jason Borenstein, Justin Biddle and Kelly Laas

Measuring DAO Autonomy: Lessons From Other Autonomous Systems by Steven A. Wright