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Design Fictions: A Tool for Debating Societal, Legal and Ethical Aspects of Personal and Pervasive Health Systems [chapter]

Emmanuel Tsekleves, Andy Darby, Anna Whicher, Piotr Swiatek
2016 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
Through the ProtoPolicy research project we explored the production and use of design fictions as a tool for debating the societal, legal and ethical dimensions of personal health systems.  ...  Two design fictions were co-created and tested in a series of design workshops with community groups based in Lancashire and Cornwall, UK.  ...  The research work was supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (Grant no: AH/N003810/1).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-49655-9_48 fatcat:2r77nhktbrgefjfvldcn6pktrm

Do Humans Dream of Prophetic Robots?

Jukka Jouhki
2020 Human Technology: An Interdisciplinary Journal on Humans in ICT Environments  
Yet a measure of fear and confusion about the capabilities of contemporary and future robots exists, with one of the reasons being the presentation of some contemporary robots as being more advanced than  ...  The advances in social robotics have led to promising applications in education, work, entertainment, and even religion.  ...  However, despite Sophia's realistic performances, it is fictional in that many of its conversational skills are not impromptu creations but rather planned performances of what Hanson Robotics would like  ... 
doi:10.17011/ht/urn.202008245638 fatcat:zxjjhmbnqzfi3abb7scsfipmva

I'm Interested in Autoethnography, but How Do I Do It?

Robin Cooper, Bruce Lilyea
2022 The Qualitative Report  
These recommendations draw from both narrative and ethnographic research methodologies, as well as descriptive and arts-based approaches.  ...  Recognizing both the flexibility and creativity inherent in autoethnography, as well as the need for rigor in achieving meaningful research results, we offer in this article some suggestions and reflections  ...  As you develop your research question, ask yourself, what is the cultural issue/feature you would like to address, what is it that you want to learn through your study, and what is the aspect of your own  ... 
doi:10.46743/2160-3715/2022.5288 fatcat:dpjpm4e5ejhkhoot75xl4xafda

How Do We Take Real-World Action? [chapter]

Karen Schrier
2021 We the Gamers  
Why and how should games be used to enable ethics- and civics-in-action? What are the best practices and strategies for supporting connections among civics, ethics, and the real world using games?  ...  It describes the benefits of applying learning to real-world contexts and processes, and why games may support this.  ...  [first] you met someone on the street who told you that [he was dead] and then you ran into his wife who was like 'Oh my God. ' And then you passed his [actual] house and you looked at the house and it  ... 
doi:10.1093/oso/9780190926106.003.0005 fatcat:2m2rejn7j5bmje6imdzk7utu7y

Doing interpretive research

Geoff Walsham
2006 European Journal of Information Systems  
In addition, new topics are discussed on constructing and justifying a research contribution, and on ethical issues and tensions in the conduct of interpretive work.  ...  I published a paper a decade ago (Walsham, 1995) which addressed the nature of interpretive IS case studies and methods for doing such research.  ...  A specific thank you to the participants at my courses on interpretive research in IS at the University of Oslo in 2004 and 2005, on whom I tried out some of the new material in this particular paper,  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.ejis.3000589 fatcat:zw4bj2cj45ba7dsh4i3xd3mrja

Do we need Asimov's Laws? [article]

Ulrike Barthelmess, Ulrich Furbach
2014 arXiv   pre-print
The uncanny valley and some possible explanations are given. Some differences in Western and Asian understanding of robots are listed and finally we answer the question raised with the title.  ...  What we desperately need are legal and ethical rules for the commitment of robots. We can see this from the debate around drone strikes in Pakistan, Yemen and Somali.  ...  will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.'  ... 
arXiv:1405.0961v1 fatcat:jqqv3nmb3jg2vh272bhwnylscy

What are we doing?

Mark Coeckelbergh
2011 Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society  
In this way it seeks to inform evaluations of this new medium and of the culture and society it co-shapes and in which it is rooted.  ...  /public distinction, the primacy of the present, and the paradox of distance and proximity.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I would like to thank my colleague Johnny Søraker for our discussion about Twitter and for informing me about recent literature that provides data about microblogging.  ... 
doi:10.1108/14779961111148640 fatcat:n4ypz4qhn5a7rdwbebtc75s7zq

Ask not what AI can do for art... but what art can do for AI

Meredith Tromble
2020 Artnodes  
What can art do for artificial intelligence? This essay circles around this question from a viewpoint grounded in the embodied knowledge base of contemporary art.  ...  The author advocates for these partial and imagistic understandings of AI as probes which, despite or because of their flaws, contribute important ideas for the development and cultural positioning of  ...  Computer scientist and AI researcher Joanna Bryson argues that "slavery", defined as "people you own", is the ethical metaphor through which to socially position robots and artificial intelligences, which  ... 
doi:10.7238/a.v0i26.3368 fatcat:3vi63c4jfnfwjdkhkw37euycgm

'Do you mind if I invent you?': ethical questions in the writing of creative non-fiction

David Carlin
2009 Text: Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs  
His plays, short films and documentaries have been variously performed and screened internationally, and he has published most recently in Overland and Senses of Cinema.  ...  The memoir excerpted in this article formed part of his recently completed PhD, and is to be published by Scribe.  ...  And yet, it is a project of non-fiction. I invent him but he is still, I would have you believe, my father. He is not a fictional character.  ... 
doi:10.52086/001c.31567 fatcat:gbhkimxq4vaebdavqqcqfps4h4

How Do We Cultivate Compassion and Respect for Others? [chapter]

Karen Schrier
2021 We the Gamers  
How do individuals learn how to treat people with dignity and humanity, and how might games support this?  ...  What are the best practices and strategies for supporting perspective-taking and bias reduction using games?  ...  What harms do we cause by performing actions as border patrol agents in the game, who aim to track down people who would face such dire consequences?  ... 
doi:10.1093/oso/9780190926106.003.0008 fatcat:ydeol3plafgzxl6rjaohmijgre

What Do Proofreaders of Student Writing Do to a Master's Essay? Differing Interventions, Worrying Findings

Nigel Harwood
2018 Written Communication  
Some proofreaders intervened at the level of content, making lengthy suggestions to improve the writer's essay structure and argumentation, while others were reluctant to do more than focus on the language  ...  The decisions proofreaders must make about these and other potential areas of intervention are not helped by the lack of proofreading guidelines at many universities-or, where guidelines do exist, their  ...  What computer programs, websites, and other resources do you use to help you proofread? Please provide details below. Computer programs (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0741088318786236 fatcat:n6vpa7n75fhfjmpdoedow5ri4q

What Are We Doing when We Are Doing Philosophy of Education?

Daniel James Vokey
2020 Sexual and Gender Diversity in Schools  
In this paper I describe a research project designed to address the general question "What are we doing when we are doing philosophy of education?"  ...  I also describe how the research results are intended to inform three initiatives: (a) designing philosophy of education courses for Bachelor of Education programs; (b) designing graduate programs in philosophy  ...  Article abstract In this paper I describe a research project designed to address the general question "What are we doing when we are doing philosophy of education?"  ... 
doi:10.7202/1072693ar fatcat:orixvmosvzhibb7bpt4g74lzre

Am I Doing the Right Thing?

Maurizio Ascari
2014 European journal of life writing  
Am I doing the right thing? This is what echoed in my mind right from the beginning.  ...  need to tell -both what i already knew and what i did not know yet, as if these were the two sides of the same coin -and a special kind of fear.  ...  Facts and fiction.  ... 
doi:10.5463/ejlw.3.117 fatcat:hunzdbzejncwtiwgswturohvfa

What to Do with the Singularity Paradox? [chapter]

Roman V. Yampolskiy
2013 Studies in Applied Philosophy, Epistemology and Rational Ethics  
Ideas from leading researchers in the fields of philosophy, mathematics, economics, computer science and robotics regarding the ways to address said paradox are reviewed and evaluated.  ...  Since only humans know what it is like to be a human [48] the Friendly machines would need people to provide that knowledge, to essentially answer the question: "What Would Human Do (WWHD)?"  ...  set you free.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-31674-6_30 dblp:series/sapere/Yampolskiy13a fatcat:xyf4lf3pi5bffhobji2xlhqv4u

I Do Not Own Gossip Girl": Examining the Relationship between Teens, Fan Fiction, and Gossip Girl

Caroline Land
2010 Language and Literacy: A Canadian Educational e-journal  
From these pieces, I observed how teens can use fan fiction to exercise their own creative ideas, align a fictional world with their own, connect with other fans and writers, and receive instant feedback  ...  From these findings, I suggest how teachers and librarians can use this knowledge to support teens that are engaged or interested in the practices of writing fan fiction and writing for pleasure.  ...  Creating Their Own World Gossip Girl fan fiction allows the writer to create a world in which the characters do exactly what they want them to do, as this disclaimer, taken from the fan fiction "Here &  ... 
doi:10.20360/g2rp4q fatcat:e6upj5x2dreepfvaccfvh2g4am
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