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Scoping Review on Search Queries and Social Media for Disease Surveillance: A Chronology of Innovation

Theresa Marie Bernardo, Andrijana Rajic, Ian Young, Katie Robiadek, Mai T Pham, Julie A Funk
2013 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
Social Web mining and exploitation for serious applications: Technosocial Predictive Analytics and related technologies for public health, environmental and national security surveillance Comput  ...  BioCaster: detecting public health rumors with a Web-based text mining system Bioinformatics 2008 Eke PI. Using social media for research and public health surveillance J. Dent.  ... 
doi:10.2196/jmir.2740 pmid:23896182 pmcid:PMC3785982 fatcat:vlsgubkqorfclgmaaextfsrbcq

Lists of Ethical, Legal, Societal and Economic Issues of Big Data Technologies

Bart Custers, Karolina La Fors, Magdalena Jozwiak, Keymolen Esther, Daniel Bachlechner, Michael Friedewald, Stefania Aguzzi
2017 Social Science Research Network  
underpinning also security), privacy, dignity, solidarity and environmental welfare.  ...  Although there are potentially enormous economic and social benefits this innovation also brings new challenges for individual and collective privacy, security, as well as democracy and participation.  ...  when the predictions for 2013 were shown to be seriously exaggerated 253 .  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3091018 fatcat:jzxrxnlgkfbj7lopywiyfi2iwy

FuturICT [article]

Dirk Helbing, Steven Bishop, Paul Lukowicz, the FuturICT Consortium
2012 arXiv   pre-print
Information from open sources, real-time devices and mobile sensors will be integrated with multi-scale models of the behaviour of social, technological, environmental and economic systems, which can be  ...  FuturlCT is a FET Flagship project using collective, participatory research, integrated across ICT, the social sciences and complexity science, to design socio-inspired technology and develop a science  ...  national security needs.  ... 
arXiv:1211.2313v1 fatcat:ghqy274qfvhcfcayiqm7uz5liq

Preliminary Investigation: A background to an ethnographic investigation of Body Worn Cameras (BWCs)

Alexander Hayes
critical discourse analysis (Carla Willig) of interviews and conversations and with key figures who provided detailed accounts of the historical, social and political dimensions of BWCs.  ...  This full and unabridged background chapter was originally titled 'Chapter 4.0 - Background' chapter, designed for inclusion following the main '2.0 Literature Review' chapter, '3.0 Research Design' chapter  ...  social, cultural, and ethical implications of the technological possibilities with respect to national security initiatives'.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.12033408.v1 fatcat:xjkedko7mzhjrfdlruiy4zjona

Lessons Learned Too Well

A. Michael Froomkin
2011 Social Science Research Network  
This Article traces the global development of technologies and regulations hostile to online anonymity, beginning with the early days of the Internet.  ...  This Article, in addition to providing suggestions on how to save electronic anonymity, calls for proponents of antianonymity policies to provide stronger justifications for such policies and to consider  ...  of national security or of public order (ordre publique), or of public health or morals. 283 The strong provisions of Article 8, section 1 of the European Convention on Human Rights might seem to ban  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1930017 fatcat:jtlf7mbinfe55pvdwlig7b2k7a

Discourses of the digital divide

Kevin McSorley
2001 Philosophers' magazine  
In recent years, closing the digital divide has become a central concern for numerous social actors and institutions, instantiated through a series of policy documents, strategic initiatives, diagnostic  ...  A discourse analytic approach provides one way of demonstrating the assumptions, seductions and closures of this particular understanding, of recovering a sense of its historical specificity and purposeful  ...  Some of the principal dystopian concerns that were discussed related to issues of health, surveillance, privacy and security, constructed as prominent issues of risk in the mass media.  ... 
doi:10.5840/tpm200114134 fatcat:3fzmpakfpfhwbc2qrvohmill4q

Bodies as evidence: security, knowledge, and power

Emily C. Kaufman
2020 Social & Cultural Geography  
The extensive surveillance programs run by the National Security Agency after 2001 -involving digital surveillance, archiving telecommunications across platforms, and data mining on a newly comprehensive  ...  Our focus is a web-based biomet-ric technology called E-Verify, which allows employers to determine their applicants' and current workers' eligibility to work in the United States.  ...  On the one hand, calls for evidence-based policies and practices seem to be heard everywhere; on the other hand, previously taken-for-granted evidential relations are being tested and teased apart.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14649365.2020.1732523 fatcat:fnk2lbajzrd3plk4cg4ufixpbu

Progress, Innovation and Regulatory Science in Drug Development

John Abraham, Tim Reed
2002 Social Studies of Science  
By 1939, numerous local, national and international scientific and public controversies had already started to shape several of the tools used today to prevent pesticides related health and environmental  ...  b) The rule of ignorance: A polemic on history, medicine and health-service policy A friend of mine studies the history of public health in the later 18 th and early 19 th centuries.  ...  When Koch negotiated the conditions for the release of this product of his research with the Prussian government, a potential cure for TB, the most pressing public health problem of the time, this was  ... 
doi:10.1177/0306312702032003001 pmid:12269340 fatcat:rnfpuoac5nd6bdaovqqxbttxiu

The scientific way of warfare: order and chaos on the battlefields of modernity

2009 ChoiceReviews  
Created in January 2002, the IA O 's purpose was to combine several DARPA projects for the application o f information technology to counter transnational threats to national security.  ...  by the launch of Sputnik was therefore not merely a matter of prestige and propaganda for both nations; the balance of power in space had immediate practical implications for security and warfare back  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.47-1101 fatcat:7apfbp6fjfdj5ocpq2yvlzsi24

Against Frontier Sustainability (or, Breaking Up with The High Frontier) [chapter]

Jessie Beier
2021 Right Research  
It's good for the health of the earth and it's good for the health of people.  ...  between environmental and human health, and elicit public participation in local pro-environmental activities. 7 Mark Sample's tweeting sharks project is an example of an open and accessible ecocritical  ...  Find out more at: Educati onal insti tuti ons play an instrumental role in social and politi cal change, and are responsible for the environmental and social ethics of their insti tuti onal practi ces.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0213.17 fatcat:bpot6y3b4rduxm7pmqclqfuwwe

When Designers Ask, "What If?"

E. Scott Denison
2012 World Future Review  
form of design research, in a construct with different rules and possibilities, to experiment with the impact of technology and design on society, government, culture, and individuals.  ...  These scenarios can bring cultural legibility to representations of the future and thereby provoke discussion and debate, challenge conventional thinking, and encourage individual foresight and participation  ...  Web. 13 Mar. 2013. Web. 13 Mar. 2013. <>. Brooks, Rodney A. Flesh and Machines: How Robots Will Change Us.  ... 
doi:10.1177/194675671200400207 fatcat:q2cflwvbwrb63cov24mnjadjne

Beware of smart people! Redefining the smart city paradigm towards inclusive urbanism [article]

(:Unkn) Unknown, Technische Universität Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, Jörg Stollmann, Konrad Wolf, Andreas Brück, Sybille Frank, Angela Million, Philipp Misselwitz, Johanna Schlaack, Carolin Schröder
And it is an ethical question in that it relates to how we respect and stand up for each other – our fellow human beings and also the non-human nature for which we are responsible.  ...  This smartification is contrasted by increasing calls by civil society and urban social movements for more encompassing inclusion in decision-making.  ...  Wolf, who has become co-editor of these proceedings; Luca Mulé for his great work on the transcription and layout; and Mary Stewart and Diane Barbe for proofreading the editors' contributions.  ... 
doi:10.14279/depositonce-5074 fatcat:7wzd4dg2sfh4tiwnsdnfwrkpkm

Identifying the Value of the Local Through Site-Specific Contemporary Art Projects in New Zealand

Caroline McCaw, University, My, Patricia Hoffie
lands, landscapes, sociality and techno-sociality.  ...  It engages with creative methodologies that fall within contemporary site-specific and socially engaged fields of artistic practice to investigate these tensions.  ...  My partner Martin Kean, and sons Miro, Orlando and Rai -the latter born in the early stages of this research -have always been there for me and accepted my need for time alone often at odd and inconvenient  ... 
doi:10.25904/1912/1362 fatcat:gqzmlcu6ofhshcmth54wjm7zwq


Ian Dunham
This dissertation explores digital music experiences through the defunct website What.CD, a former BitTorrent tracker and associated online community.  ...  However, the findings here, that are the result of quantitative analysis of the BitTorrent data and qualitative analysis of interview data, suggest that What.CD was a vibrant, dedicated group of individuals  ...  In The Exploit, Galloway and Thacker (2007) discuss how technological systems serve to fulfill social roles, and how those systems provide justification for some models and characteristics to dominate  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3v128f3 fatcat:5utnkgfimbhovkekxbdec76v2y

Enacting digital (in)security

David Gerard Fox
2020 unpublished
This site offers itself as a case for two overlapping research agendas: the empirical study of knowledge cultures, undertaken by scholars from science and technology studies (STS), and the study of sites  ...  The rest of the findings will point to certain valuation practices related to the emergence of this specific form of critique: the justifications that the researchers themselves offer for their work and  ...  bibliometric analysis of academic publications about cybersecurity in the Web of Science and Scopus Databases.  ... 
doi:10.25365/thesis.64179 fatcat:jr3bejxy7bfn7g5ksyckxdzuvu
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