1 October 2017 1 June 2020 Carl Öhman The Wallenberg foundation This research project looks at the increasing commercialization of so called digital human remains (data left on the Internet by deceased users), a phenomenon referred to as the Digital Afterlife Industry [...]
1 June 2017 30 May 2019 Dr Jenny Krutzinna Microsoft Latest news 23rd October 2017: Call for Papers: Philosophy and Technology’s special issue on Ethics of Data Donation This project will investigate the possibility of a European Code for Data Donation, its [...]
David Watson What is data science? Why do machine learning algorithms perform so well on some problems and so poorly on others? How can institutions come together to help improve our standards for model design and testing? Despite the rapid growth and apparent ubiquity of data science in recent years, little [...]
September 2016 March 2020 Corinne Cath Alan Turing Institute (ATI) This research looks at the politics and ethics of Internet governance through the technical management of the Internet’s infrastructure. It aims to give insights into how the technology underling the Internet’s digital [...]
1 January 2016 1 December 2016 Professor Luciano Floridi Microsoft Data analytics provides huge opportunities to improve private and public life, especially in the health sector (medical data analytics, henceforth MDA). Such a potentially highly positive impact is coupled to significant ethical challenges. The extensive use [...]
14 March 2016 15 September 2016 Brent Mittelstadt Brocher Foundation In biomedical research, the analysis of large datasets (Big Data) has become a major driver of innovation and success. ‘Biomedical Big Data’ (BBD) describes the complex and new set of technologically-driven phenomena [...]
Andrew Turner’s research area is the philosophy and sociology of health data.
Dan L. Burk is Chancellor’s Professor of Law at the University of California, Irvine, where he is a founding member of the law faculty. He lectures, teaches, and writes in the areas of patent, copyright, electronic commerce, and biotechnology law.
Corinne Cath is a doctoral student at the Oxford Internet Institute. Her research focuses on the politics and ethics of Internet governance and the management of the Internet’s infrastructure.
David Watson is a doctoral candidate at the Oxford Internet Institute, where his research focuses on the epistemological foundations of machine learning.