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Chatbots to Support Children in Coping with Online Threats: Socio-technical Requirements

Lara Schibelsky Godoy Piccolo, Pinelopi Troullinou, Harith Alani
2021 Designing Interactive Systems Conference 2021  
For guidance on citations see FAQs.  ...  The authors thank the participant students for their engagement, the schools that host the design activities, the Diana Award Foundation for approaching schools and the Safety Centre Hazard Alley in Milton  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research was funded by the Open University's Centre for Policing Research and Learning and supported by the Metropolitan Police.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3461778.3462114 fatcat:3w73o7erunexhj5q6m4zwuvneq

Artificial intelligence in paediatric radiology: Future opportunities

Natasha Davendralingam, Neil J Sebire, Owen J Arthurs, Susan C Shelmerdine
2020 British Journal of Radiology  
, while also taking inspiration from the adult literature to propose potential areas for future development.  ...  Whilst certain sub-speciality areas in radiology, such as those relating to cancer screening, have received wide-spread attention in the media and scientific community, children's imaging has been hitherto  ...  Currently one UK-based children's hospital is already developing such a tool 18 to assist patient queries; however, a few Chatbots already exist in healthcare and have been shown to be helpful for monitoring  ... 
doi:10.1259/bjr.20200975 pmid:32941736 pmcid:PMC7774693 fatcat:gow5ny26ajfe7h4wse36yhzt5i

Connecting the dots: Kerala's use of digital technology during the COVID-19 response

Osama Ummer, Kerry Scott, Diwakar Mohan, Arpita Chakraborty, Amnesty Elizabeth LeFevre
2021 BMJ Global Health  
Kerala has long been a model for the early adoption of digital technology for education and health.  ...  This article draws from global frameworks to explore the use of digital tools in the state of Kerala across the domains of communication, surveillance, clinical management, non-clinical support, and core  ...  We thank Diva Dhar, Suhel Bidani, Rahul Mullick, Dr Suneeta Krishnan, Dr Neeta Goel and Dr Priya Nanda for believing in us and giving us this opportunity.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjgh-2021-005355 fatcat:sr5zoe5z3jghxgrycjwihrvxvm

Ethical encounters

Karamjit S. Gill
2021 AI & Society: The Journal of Human-Centred Systems and Machine Intelligence  
Seeing the AI debate from a utilitarian perspective for social good, we may see ethics as the maximization of wellbeing as identified by consequences of actions and intentions.  ...  These concerns make us aware of the dangerous and slippery path of the shift from philosophical to legal arguments of AI governance.  ...  The authors reflect on the prospects and limitations, as well as on the ethical and legal intensity of the emerging regulatory framework.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00146-020-01135-3 fatcat:vbl3ktanhncgdfkaiu5khzn2eu

Consumer Law and Artificial Intelligence: Challenges to the EU Consumer Law and Policy Stemming from the Business' Use of Artificial Intelligence - Final report of the ARTSY project

Agnieszka Jabłonowska, Maciej Kuziemski, Anna Maria Nowak, Hans-W. Micklitz, Przemysław Pałka, Giovanni Sartor
2018 Social Science Research Network  
To do so, we argue, the legal reaction should be grounded in an empirical analysis and proceed case-by-case, bottom-up, as a series of responses to concrete research questions.  ...  The first explains our understanding of the concepts of "artificial intelligence" (a set of socio-technological practices enabled by machine learning and big data) and "consumer law" (various legal instruments  ...  in the European legal framework.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3228051 fatcat:nec3xmkusrbhtphuc6htbg2lf4

Artificial intelligence and moral rights

Martin Miernicki, Irene Ng (Huang Ying)
2020 AI & Society: The Journal of Human-Centred Systems and Machine Intelligence  
Whether copyrights should exist in content generated by an artificial intelligence is a frequently discussed issue in the legal literature.  ...  is especially true considering that artificial intelligence is continuously further developed and increasingly hard to comprehend for human beings.  ...  This relates, for instance, to the technology's philosophical and economic implications, but also to the legal framework that governs its use.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00146-020-01027-6 fatcat:nkien2ytk5d2xngpn4ugkzagsi

Abstracts for the 44th Human Genetics Society of Australasia Annual Scientific Meeting, 14–17 August 2021

2021 Twin Research and Human Genetics  
Quinn3 matics pipelines into a single framework.  ...  VIC, on legal responsibility, and setting unrealistic expectations as Australia, 4Agnes Ginges Centre for Molecular Cardiology at Centenary common barriers  ... 
doi:10.1017/thg.2021.44 pmid:34789357 fatcat:vzvizskktna37iitanmalvmw7a

Legal Design Perspectives. Theoretical and Practical Insights from the Field [article]

Rossana Ducato, Alain Strowel
2021 Zenodo  
Over the last few years, Legal Design has grown as a field of research and practice.  ...  The contributions provide the readers with the state of the art of Legal Design and a prospective outline of its future development.  ...  USER RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES IN LEGAL DESIGN PROJECTS: LESSONS FROM PRACTICE Joaquin Santuber and Lina Krawietz  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5710845 fatcat:7lylx2dv6zh4hpw2gmpjowo37q

Artificial Intelligence and the Implementation Challenge (Preprint)

James Shaw, Frank Rudzicz, Trevor Jamieson, Avi Goldfarb
2019 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
Applications of artificial intelligence (AI) in health care have garnered much attention in recent years, but the implementation issues posed by AI have not been substantially addressed.  ...  Acknowledgements Advisory board The MHRA will also have to update its certification procedures as new AI tools based on machine learning techniques present challenges for current regulation.  ...  These newer AI tools will need a different certification procedure and closer oversight compared to older AI systems.  ... 
doi:10.2196/13659 pmid:31293245 pmcid:PMC6652121 fatcat:izkh3yow7nhgfnbzm5kou47kh4

Interactive Storytelling for Children: A Case-study of Design and Development Considerations for Ethical Conversational AI [article]

ennifer Chubba, Sondess Missaouib, Shauna Concannonc, Liam Maloneyb, James Alfred Walker
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Using a case-study of a research and development project focused on the use of CAI in storytelling for children, this paper reflects on the social context within a specific case of technology development  ...  It describes the decision making process behind the recommendations made on this case for their adoption in the creative industries.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was funded by the XR Stories: Young XR grant, AI Fan Along, and the Digital Creativity Labs, jointly funded by EPSRC/AHRC/Innovate UK, EP/M023265/1 and the Humanities and Social  ... 
arXiv:2107.13076v1 fatcat:ymdtdlvxnzgm7lbbvrsewtsidy

Umjetna inteligencija kao segment strategije ili značenje (uloga) umjetne inteligencije u strategijskom planiranju

Nikola Anić, Petar Anić
2021 National security and the future  
Havens (The IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems (A/IS)) and Jack Stilgoe (Department of Science & Technology Studies, University College London).  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the following interviewees: John C.  ...  education and a national centre for AI.  ... 
doi:10.37458/nstf.21.3.4 fatcat:ppbbazo5qbcahhccwncus267ui

Clinical Legal Education in Nigeria: Envisioning the Future

Oludayo Bamgbose
2021 Australian Journal of Clinical Education  
Titled 'African Journal of Clinical Legal Education and Access to Justice', the journal is the only CLE-centred journal in Africa, providing a platform to share the African story with the rest of the world  ...  I INTRODUCTION Clinical Legal Education (CLE) as an educational initiative is designed to allow law schools to meet emerging practice-based needs which the traditional legal education framework fails to  ...  For the reasons set out in the discussion above, it would be beneficial if, in years to come, the Council of Legal Education, the body tasked with providing legal education and prescription of requirements  ... 
doi:10.53300/001c.22197 fatcat:s5qwhr7gj5c4jgdq442uopbkgy

McGlade_Christine_2018_MDES_SFI.pdf

Christine McGlade
2019 Figshare  
chatbots, for example, have shown how we might scale mental healthcare to include persons who may not be able to afford a therapist.  ...  Three Horizons foresight framework with a 12 year time horizon.  ...  Acknowledgements I wish to thank my advisor, Alexander Manu, for his unwavering support and guidance at critical junctures in the shaping of the research, direction, and foresight in my project.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.10324700 fatcat:7czdfpuwordjvjsvcachbcaaeu

USE OF MODERN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES TO ENSURE THE COMPETITIVENESS OF REGIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF DECENTRALIZATION OF POWER

Lev Kloba, Соломія Кльоба
2022 Financial and credit activity problems of theory and practice  
The cost of accounting services for the year is calculated.  ...  The use of automated school systems is relevant both for the Amalgamated hromada staff and for Amalgamated hromada schools.  ...  Opening of centres for the provision of administrative services, at least in the main settlement of Amalgamated hromada, which will stimulate the acceleration of the resolution of a significant part of  ... 
doi:10.55643/fcaptp.2.43.2022.3656 fatcat:iamh62z2vngwpjmspv766tpz2a

Gender and Covid‐19: Workers in global value chains

Sheba Tejani, Sakiko Fukuda‐Parr
2021 International labour review (Print)  
This paper presents a framework to analyse the gendered impact of Covid-19 on workers in global value chains using the business process outsourcing, garments and electronics industries.  ...  We analytically distinguish between the health and lockdown effects of the pandemic, and the supply and demand-related impacts of the latter.  ...  While it is premature to make a full empirical assessment, our aim is to present a framework for tracing the consequences of the pandemic on women workers, taking account of the distinct nature of the  ... 
doi:10.1111/ilr.12225 pmid:34548680 pmcid:PMC8444688 fatcat:zfek3cxsjfa6no66mqb2rxc4ku
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