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Denis Dennehy, Ilias O. Pappas, Samuel Fosso Wamba, Katina Michael
2021 Information Technology and People  
Denis Dennehy Figure 1. Synergetic relationship between ISD research and practice National University of Ireland Galway, Galway, Ireland Ilias O.  ... 
doi:10.1108/itp-10-2021-871 fatcat:y6aopeqd6vb25bcpkqmiyap6uu

Trends in mobile payments research: A literature review

Denis Dennehy, David Sammon
2015 Journal of Innovation Management  
Mobile payments (m-payments) are increasingly being adopted by organisations as a new way of doing business in the 21st century. During the last few years, the use of m-payments as a new payment channel has resulted in an increase in the volume of literature dedicated to the topic. For this reason, this paper presents the findings of a review of literature aimed at identifying the key research themes and methodologies researched. In order to uncover these trends the authors reviewed the top
more » ... ty cited papers since 1999 and the twenty most recently published papers on m-payments since August 2014.
doi:10.24840/2183-0606_003.001_0006 fatcat:6xv2dkqdobhnxp4oae6ir5cs24

Likelihood of Questioning AI-based Recommendations Due to Perceived Racial/Gender Bias

Carlos M. Parra, Manjul Gupta, Denis Dennehy
2021 IEEE Transactions on Technology and Society  
Advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI) are giving rise to a multitude of AI-embedded technologies that are increasingly impacting all aspects of modern society. Yet, there is a paucity of rigorous research that advances understanding of when, and which type of, individuals are more likely to question AI-based recommendations due to perceived racial and gender bias. This study, which is part of a larger research stream contributes to knowledge by using a scenario-based survey that was issued
more » ... a sample of 387 U.S. participants. The findings suggest that, considering perceived racial and gender bias, Human Resource (HR) recruitment and financial product/service procurement scenarios exhibit a higher questioning likelihood. Meanwhile, the healthcare scenario presents the lowest questioning likelihood. Furthermore, in the context of this study, U.S. participants tend to me more susceptible to questioning AI-based recommendations due to perceived racial bias rather than gender bias.
doi:10.1109/tts.2021.3120303 fatcat:6edmaaadhjbgnkwwrvbvp7rdem

Questioning Racial and Gender Bias in AI-based Recommendations: Do Espoused National Cultural Values Matter?

Manjul Gupta, Carlos M. Parra, Denis Dennehy
2021 Information Systems Frontiers  
This astronomical calendar, or calculator, was discovered in a shipwreck off the coast of Crete in 1901 and predates other known examples of similar technology by more than 1,000 years (Dennehy, 2020)  ...  Denis Dennehy is a Lecturer in business information systems, Director of the MSc (Business Analytics) programme and funded investigator with  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10796-021-10156-2 pmid:34177358 pmcid:PMC8214712 fatcat:a7s3esvrcnhdfirit2ldgdqklu

Artificial intelligence in information systems research: A systematic literature review and research agenda

Christopher Collins, Denis Dennehy, Kieran Conboy, Patrick Mikalef
2021 International Journal of Information Management  
Evolution of AI definition AI has a history much longer than is commonly understood, in fields from science and philosophy ranging all the way back to ancient Greece (Dennehy, 2020) , but its modern iteration  ...  This leaves a gap for researchers to consider the use of AI in other domains, such as agriculture sustainability (Nishant, Kennedy, & Corbertt, 2020) and the public sector (Dennehy, 2020; Abubakar,  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2021.102383 fatcat:g2z3grnid5bijhd5jdxjccvid4

Mapping the links between Industry 4.0, circular economy and sustainability: a systematic literature review

Vishal Singh Patyal, P.R.S. Sarma, Sachin Modgil, Tirthankar Nag, Denis Dennehy
2022 Journal of Enterprise Information Management  
PurposeThe study aims to map the links between Industry 4.0 (I-4.0) technologies and circular economy (CE) for sustainable operations and their role to achieving the selected number of sustainable development goals (SDGs).Design/methodology/approachThe study adopts a systematic literature review method to identify 76 primary studies that were published between January 2010 and December 2020. The authors synthesized the existing literature using Scopus database to investigate I-4.0 technologies
more » ... nd CE to select SDGs.FindingsThe findings of the study bridge the gap in the literature at the intersection between I-4.0 and sustainable operations in line with the regenerate, share, optimize, loop, virtualize and exchange (ReSOLVE) framework leading to CE practices. Further, the study also depicts the CE practices leading to the select SDGs ("SDG 6: Clean Water and Sanitation," "SDG 7: Affordable and Clean Energy," "SDG 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure," "SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production" and "SDG 13: Climate Action"). The study proposes a conceptual framework based on the linkages above, which can help organizations to realign their management practices, thereby achieving specific SDGs.Originality/valueThe originality of the study is substantiated by a unique I-4.0-sustainable operations-CE-SDGs (ISOCES) framework that integrates I-4.0 and CE for sustainable development. The framework is unique, as it is based on an in-depth and systematic review of the literature that maps the links between I-4.0, CE and sustainability.
doi:10.1108/jeim-05-2021-0197 fatcat:3uks4a4rj5gxzhngcae2v7ciau

Genome Sequence of "Candidatus Viridilinea halotolerans" Chok-6, Isolated from a Saline Sulfide-Rich Spring

Denis S. Grouzdev, Ekaterina I. Burganskaya, Maria S. Krutkina, Marina V. Sukhacheva, Vladimir M. Gorlenko, John J. Dennehy
2019 Microbiology Resource Announcements  
The draft genome sequence of the green filamentous anoxygenic phototrophic (FAP) bacterium "Candidatus Viridilinea halotolerans" strain Chok-6, isolated from a cold saline sulfide-rich spring near Lake Chokrak, is presented. The genome sequence is annotated for elucidation of the taxonomic position of Chok-6 and to extend the public genome database.
doi:10.1128/mra.01614-18 pmid:30701256 pmcid:PMC6346205 fatcat:um4tdx3fczhgrfd7tltenvmau4

Supply chain resilience in mindful humanitarian aid organizations: the role of big data analytics

Denis Dennehy, John Oredo, Konstantina Spanaki, Stella Despoudi, Mike Fitzgibbon
2021 International Journal of Operations & Production Management  
This may contradict the traditional funding model (Dennehy et al., 2013) where humanitarian organizations are constrained by cost minimization measures (Dubey et al., 2017) .  ...  Denis Dennehy is the corresponding author and can be contacted at: Denis.dennehy@nuigalway.ie Dr.  ...  Denis Dennehy is a Lecturer in Business Information Systems and funded Investigator with Lero j The Science Foundation Ireland Research Center for Software at NUI Galway, Ireland.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijopm-12-2020-0871 fatcat:lspsomodujb3zgo2ovevbwko5y

International development: exploring the gap between organisations' development policy and practice—a Southern perspective

Denis Dennehy, Mike Fitzgibbon, Fergal Carton
2013 AI & Society: The Journal of Human-Centred Systems and Machine Intelligence  
International development policies inevitably encounter a conflict in their implementation, representing the gap between universal goals and grass-roots practice. The aim of this study was to explore and understand the significance of this gap, and to apply knowledge management principles as a lens to suggest bridging solutions. The research focuses on non-governmental organisations, which are a sub-section of the civil society. The study was unique as it took a Southern perspective-the views
more » ... d experiences of policy-makers, practitioners and beneficiaries in Kenya form the basis of the empirical research. Consequently, the research and its findings provide some answers as to how systems of knowledge can be aligned with the core values of organisational and societal culture in order to positively influence international stability.
doi:10.1007/s00146-013-0477-8 fatcat:xvamdbqwmnbrdlapfvqik2ypju

Development of a continuous process for α-thio-β-chloroacrylamide synthesis with enhanced control of a cascade transformation

Olga C Dennehy, Valérie M Y Cacheux, Benjamin J Deadman, Denis Lynch, Stuart G Collins, Humphrey A Moynihan, Anita R Maguire
2016 Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry  
A continuous process strategy has been developed for the preparation of α-thio-β-chloroacrylamides, a class of highly versatile synthetic intermediates. Flow platforms to generate the α-chloroamide and α-thioamide precursors were successfully adopted, progressing from the previously employed batch chemistry, and in both instances afford a readily scalable methodology. The implementation of the key α-thio-β-chloroacrylamide casade as a continuous flow reaction on a multi-gram scale is described,
more » ... while the tuneable nature of the cascade, facilitated by continuous processing, is highlighted by selective generation of established intermediates and byproducts.
doi:10.3762/bjoc.12.246 pmid:28144320 pmcid:PMC5238589 fatcat:ho577qi4gzdhfau5i24bt2l5jm

Genome Sequence of Prosthecochloris sp. Strain ZM and Prosthecochloris sp. Strain ZM-2, Isolated from an Arctic Meromictic Lake

Denis S. Grouzdev, Vasil A. Gaisin, Maria S. Krutkina, Irina A. Bryantseva, Olga N. Lunina, Alexander S. Savvichev, Vladimir M. Gorlenko, John J. Dennehy
2018 Microbiology Resource Announcements  
Draft genome sequences of green-colored and brown-colored green sulfur bacteria (GSB), Prosthecochloris sp. ZM and Prosthecochloris sp. ZM-2, respectively, which were isolated from the Arctic meromictic lake Zeleny Mys, were sequenced. The genomes' differing gene compositions determine the differences in the bacteriochlorophyllic compositions of these bacteria.
doi:10.1128/mra.01415-18 pmid:30533845 pmcid:PMC6284733 fatcat:nft5dwgmbveyfn7f7gzmni5pru

Software Startups - A Research Agenda

Michael Unterkalmsteiner, Pekka Abrahamsson, Wang XiaoFeng, Anh Nguyen-Duc, Syed Shah, Sohaib Shahid Bajwa, Guido H. Baltes, Kieran Conboy, Eoin Cullina, Denis Dennehy, Henry Edison, Carlos Fernandez-Sanchez (+15 others)
2016 e-Informatica Software Engineering Journal  
This research builds on previous research conducted by Dennehy, Kasraian, O'Raghallaigh, and Conboy [168] , which identified a significant absence of frameworks that assisted startups to efficiently and  ... 
doi:10.5277/e-inf160105 dblp:journals/eInformatica/Unterkalmsteiner16 fatcat:wov4bsy665bztaoovnv7qbmuzu

Framework for Mobile Payments Integration

Fergal Carton, Jonas Hedman, Denis Dennehy, Jan Damsgaard, Kay-Ti Tan, J Mccarthy
2012 unpublished
This paper derives a theoretical framework for consideration of both the technologically driven dimensions of mobile payment solutions, and the associated value proposition for customers. Banks promote traditional payment instruments whose value proposition is the management of risk for both consumers and merchants. These instruments are centralised, costly and lack decision support functionality. The ubiquity of the mobile phone has provided a decentralised platform for managing payment
more » ... es in a new way, but the value proposition for customers has yet to be elaborated clearly. This inertia has stalled the design of sustainable revenue models for a mobile payments ecosystem. Merchants and consumers in the meantime are being seduced by the convenience of on-line and mobile payment solutions. Adopting the purchase and payment process as the unit of analysis, the current mobile payment landscape is reviewed with respect to the creation and consumption of customer value. From this analysis, a framework is derived juxtaposing customer value, related to what is being paid for, with payment integration, related to how payments are being made. The framework provides a theoretical and practical basis for considering the contribution of mobile technologies to the payment industry. The framework is then used to describe the components of a mobile payments pilot project being run on a trial population of 250 students on a campus in Ireland. In this manner, weaknesses in the value proposition for consumers and merchants were highlighted. Limitations of the framework as a research tool are also discussed.
fatcat:4jali3lacjb47ha7l7jrxkvifa

Page 13 of Journal of Irish Literature Vol. 14, Issue 3 [page]

1985 Journal of Irish Literature  
PAT DENNEHY /In a deep unctuous voice]: Glory be to God! It’s thanking God we ought to be for preservin’ us this .day. LARRY: Ay, I’m not the one to deny Him His share in our victory.  ...  {To Dennehy.] Why don’t ye say Amen? DENNEHY: Only an Orangeman would say a grace like that. BLACK MIKE: Tell us how you thank God, then.  ... 

Page 84 of Merry England Vol. 12, Issue [page]

1888 Merry England  
Bernard Dill-n. | i i t Denis Dillon, John Dillon. Henry Dix. Francis Dobson.  ...  George Dennehy. William Dennett. John Denvir. Domingo de Freitas de Silva. Jacques des Rosieres Du- rup de Balaine. Robert Devereux-Hod- gens. Joseph Dewhurst. Robert Dewhurst. James Dey.  ... 
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