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The Digital Ethics Lab supports researchers with expertise spanning a wide range of interrelated social, economic, political, legal, industrial, technical and ethical issues of the Internet.

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  • Luciano Floridi
    Luciano Floridi
    Luciano Floridi‘s research areas are the philosophy of Information, information and computer ethics, and the philosophy of technology.
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    Director Digital Ethics Lab, Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information
  • Mariarosaria Taddeo
    Mariarosaria Taddeo's main research areas are information and computer ethics, philosophy of information, philosophy of technology, ethics of cyber-conflict, cyber-security, and applied ethics.
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    Deputy Director Digital Ethics Lab, Research Fellow
  • Patrick Allo
    Patrick Allo’s main research is in logic and the philosophy of information.
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    Research Associate
  • David Watson
    David Watson is a doctoral candidate at the Oxford Internet Institute, where his research focuses on the epistemological foundations of machine learning.
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    DPhil student
  • Corinne J.N. Cath
    Corinne Cath
    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.
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    DPhil student
  • Carl Öhman
    Carl Öhman is a doctoral candidate at the Oxford Internet Institute, his interests fall at the intersection between economic sociology and ethics
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    DPhil student
  • Josh Cowls
    Josh's current research agenda centres on the implications of big data, artificial intelligence and automation on politics, business and society at large.
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    DPhil student
  • Nikita Aggarwal
    Nikita Aggarwal
    Nikita Aggarwal is a DPhil student at the Faculty of Law and a Research Associate at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford.
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    Research Associate
  • Chris Burr
    Christopher Burr
    Christopher Burr is a philosopher of cognitive science. His research explores how digital technologies have reshaped our understanding of well-being.
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    Postdoctoral Researcher
  • Silvia Milano
    Silvia Milano
    Silvia Milano is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the OII Digital Ethics Lab where she works on the ethics of Artificial Intelligence.
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    Postdoctoral Researcher
  • Aditya Agarwal
    Aditya Agarwal
    Aditya is a student of Master’s in Computer Science at the University of Oxford.
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    Masters Students
  • Andreas Tsamados
    Research Assistant ProfilePublicationsProfile Andreas Tsamados is a Master's student at the University of Oxford.  He is also a research assistant to Professor Luciano Floridi, working on artificial intelligence for social good. Andreas works primarily on the geopolitical implications of the Internet and information security, with a focus on grand strategy.  His current research agenda centres on States' use of private proxies to conduct offensive computer network operations. Prior to joining the Oxford Internet Institute for his MSc, Andreas studied in the Department of War Studies at King's College London where he wrote his honours thesis on the People's Liberation Army Strategic Support Force & Xi Jinping's national cybersecurity strategy. Research Interests Social justice and income inequality, artificial intelligence, State power and control, censorship, manufacturing consent, strategic intelligence, military strategy, cybersecurity. Publications
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    Masters Students
  • Jessica Morley
    Jessica Morley Research Assistant ProfilePublicationsProfile Jess is an MSc student at the Oxford Internet Institute, supervised by Professor Luciano Floridi. She is also a tech adviser at the UK Department of Health and Social Care. In both capacities Jess focuses on the use of data-driven health and care technologies. Jess previously studied for a B.A. in Geography at Oxford University,  where she explored the impact of social media on the spread of cultural ideas. Research Interests: AI, Personalised Healthcare, mHealth, ethics Publications
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    Masters Students
  • Huw Roberts
    Huw Roberts Research Assistant ProfilePublicationsProfile Huw is an MSc student at the Oxford Internet Institute.  His research centres on Chinese approaches to emerging technologies and the ethical insights these can offer.  In particular, he is interested in the development of Chinese ethical standards for artificial intelligence. Prior to joining the Digital Ethics Lab, Huw completed his bachelor’s degree in Politics at Durham University.  He has also spent time studying at the University of Amsterdam and Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He has professional experience working in China for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, in regulatory compliance for Barclays Bank and as a researcher for Bits of Freedom. Publications
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    Masters Students
  • Michelle Lee
    Michelle Lee Research Assistant ProfilePublicationsProfile Michelle is an MSc candidate in Social Data Science at the Oxford Internet Institute and a Research Assistant at the Digital Ethics Lab, supervised by Professor Luciano Floridi.  Her research focuses on fairness in machine learning algorithms and their trade-offs on aggregate and individual levels.  She is also interested in the regulatory and ethical considerations of bias and discrimination in artificial intelligence (AI). Outside of Oxford, Michelle is a part-time Manager in Risk Analytics at Deloitte UK, specialising in the design, build, and sale of AI-driven risk management solutions for clients across industries.  She is also the technical lead in designing the enterprise AI risk framework and controls library for financial services.  She is a recurring guest lecturer at Imperial College on "Machine Learning for Credit Evaluation" and a frequent conference speaker.  In addition, Michelle is an active volunteer at DataKind, helping charities leverage data science for greater impact. Michelle is a graduate of Stanford University, where she studied Political Science and Symbolic Systems with a concentration on Decision-Making and Rationality. Research Interests: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Ethics, Algorithmic Fairness, Credit Risk, AI Risk Governance Publications Featured Taddeo, M. and Floridi, L. (2018) "How AI can be a force for good", Science. 361 (6404) 751-752. Floridi, L., Luetge, C., Pagallo, U., Schafer, B., Valcke, P., Vayena, E., Addison, J., Hughes, N., Lea, N., Sage, C., Vannieuwenhuyse, B. and Kalra, D. (2018) "Key Ethical Challenges in the European Medical Information Framework", Minds and Machines. 1-17. Cowls, J. and Floridi, L. (2018) Prolegomena to a White Paper on an Ethical Framework for a Good AI Society. Floridi, L. (2018) "Soft Ethics: Its Application to the General Data Protection Regulation and Its Dual Advantage", Philosophy & Technology. 31 (2) 163-167. King, T., Aggarwal, N., Taddeo, M. and Floridi, L. (2018) "Artificial Intelligence Crime: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Foreseeable Threats and Solutions", Science and Engineering Ethics. Olbrich, S. (2018) "Treating brainwaves is not an option", Nature. 557 (7705) 309. Floridi, L. and Taddeo, M. (2018) "Romans would have denied robots legal personhood", Nature. 557 (7705) 309. Öhman, C. and Floridi, L. (2018) "An ethical framework for the digital afterlife industry", Nature Human Behaviour. 2 (5) 318-320. Taddeo, M. and Floridi, L. (2018) "Regulate Artificial Intelligence to Avert Cyber Arms Race", Nature. 556 (7701) 296-298. Krutzinna, J., Taddeo, M. and Floridi, L. (2018) "Enabling Posthumous Medical Data Donation: A Plea for the Ethical Utilisation of Personal Health Data", Science and Engineering Ethics. Floridi, L. (2018) "Brave.Net.World: The Internet as a Disinformation Superhighway?", The Electronic Library. 14 (6) 509-514. Floridi, L. (2018) "Soft Ethics and the Governance of the Digital", Philosophy & Technology. 31 (1) 1-8. Yang Guang-Zhong, Bellingham, J., Dupont, P.E., Fischer, P., Floridi, L., Robert Full, Neil Jacobstein, Vijay Kumar, Marcia McNutt, Robert Merrifield, Bradley J. Nelson, Brian Scassellati, Taddeo, M., Russell Taylor, Manuela Veloso, Zhong Lin Wang and Robert Wood (2018) "0 PERSPECTIVEROBOTICS The grand challenges of Science Robotics", Science Robotics. 3 (14) eaar7650. Floridi, L. (2018) "What a maker?s knowledge could be", Synthese. 195 (1) 465-481. Floridi, L. (2017) "Infraethics–on the Conditions of Possibility of Morality", Philosophy & Technology. 30 (4) 391-394. Öhman, C. and Floridi, L. (2017) "The Political Economy of Death in the Age of Information: A Critical Approach to the Digital Afterlife Industry", Minds and Machines. 27 (4) 639-662. Levine, Z.S., Hale, S.A. and Floridi, L. (2017) "The October 2014 United States Treasury bond flash crash and the contributory effect of mini flash crashes", PLOS ONE. 12 (11) e0186688. Floridi, L. (2017) "The Unsustainable Fragility of the Digital, and What to Do About It", Philosophy & Technology. 30 (3) 259-261. Floridi, L. (2017) "Digital’s Cleaving Power and Its Consequences", Philosophy & Technology. 30 (2) 123-129. Wachter, S., Mittelstadt, B. and Floridi, L. (2017) "Transparent, Explainable, and Accountable AI for Robotics", Science Robotics, Vol. 2. (6). Wachter, S., Mittelstadt, B.D.M. and Floridi, L. (2017) "Transparent, explainable, and accountable AI for robotics", Science Robotics. 2 (6) eaan6080. Floridi, L. (2017) "A Plea for Non-naturalism as Constructionism", Minds and Machines. 27 (2) 1-17. Floridi, L. (2017) "A defence of constructionism: Philosophy as conceptual engineering", Pensamiento. 73 (276) 271-300. Floridi, L. (2017) "The logic of design as a conceptual logic of information", Minds and Machines. 27 (3) 495-519. Bruin, B.D. and Floridi, L. (2017) "The Ethics of Cloud Computing.", Science and Engineering Ethics. 23 (1) 21-39. Floridi, L. and Taddeo, M. (2016) "What is data ethics?", Philosophical transactions. Series A, Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences. 374 (2083) 20160360. Floridi, L. (2016) "Faultless responsibility: on the nature and allocation of moral responsibility for distributed moral actions.", Philosophical transactions. Series A, Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences. 374 (2083) 20160112. Floridi, L. (2016) "On Human Dignity as a Foundation for the Right to Privacy", Philosophy & Technology. 29 (4) 307-312. Mittelstadt, B.D., Allo, P., Taddeo, M., Wachter, S. and Floridi, L. (2016) "The ethics of algorithms: Mapping the debate", Big Data & Society. 3 (2) 205395171667967. Watson, D. and Floridi, L. (2016) "Crowdsourced science: sociotechnical epistemology in the e-research paradigm", Synthese. 195 (2) 741-764. Floridi, L. (2016) "Technology and Democracy: Three Lessons from Brexit", Philosophy & Technology. 29 (3) 189-193. Cath, C. and Floridi, L. (2016) "The Design of the Internet's Architecture by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and Human Rights.", Science and engineering ethics. 23 (2) 449-468. Baumgaertner, B. and Floridi, L. (2016) "Introduction: The Philosophy of Information", Topoi. 35 (1) 157-159. Floridi, L. (2016) The Fourth Revolution How the Infosphere Is Reshaping Human Reality. Oxford University Press, USA. Floridi, L. (2016) "Mature Information Societies—a Matter of Expectations", Philosophy & Technology. 29 (1) 1-4. Watson, D. and Floridi, L. (2016) "Crowdsourced science: sociotechnical epistemology in the e-research paradigm.", CoRR. abs/1610.09485. Tsvetkova, M., García-Gavilanes, R., Floridi, L. and Yasseri, T. (2016) "Even Good Bots Fight.", CoRR. abs/1609.04285. Taddeo, M. and Floridi, L. (2016) "The Debate on the Moral Responsibilities of Online Service Providers.", Science and Engineering Ethics. 22 (6) 1575-1603. Floridi, L. (2016) "Tolerant Paternalism: Pro-ethical Design as a Resolution of the Dilemma of Toleration.", Science and Engineering Ethics. 22 (6) 1669-1688. Mittelstadt, B.D. and Floridi, L. (2016) "The Ethics of Big Data: Current and Foreseeable Issues in Biomedical Contexts.", Science and Engineering Ethics. 22 (2) 303-341. Floridi, L. (2015) "A Proxy Culture", Philosophy & Technology. 28 (4) 487-490. Floridi, L. (2015) "Toleration and the Design of Norms", Science and Engineering Ethics. 21 (5) 1095-1123. Floridi, L. (2015) The Ethics of Information. Oxford University Press. Floridi, L. (2015) "The New Grey Power", Philosophy & Technology. 28 (3) 329-332. Floridi, L. (2015) "The anti-counterfeiting trade agreement: the ethical analysis of a failure, and its lessons", Ethics and Information Technology. 17 (2) 165-173. Floridi, L. (2015) "Free Online Services: Enabling, Disenfranchising, Disempowering", Philosophy & Technology. 28 (2) 163-166. Floridi, L., Fresco, N. and Primiero, G. (2015) "On malfunctioning software", Synthese. 192 (4) 1199-1220. Floridi, L. (2015) "The Politics of Uncertainty", Philosophy & Technology. 28 (1) 1-4. Floridi, L. (2015) "Introduction" In: The Onlife Manifesto. Springer International Publishing. 1-3. Floridi, L. (2015) "Luciano Floridi—Commentary on the Onlife Manifesto" In: The Onlife Manifesto. Springer International Publishing. 21-23. Floridi, L. (2015) "Hyperhistory and the Philosophy of Information Policies" In: The Onlife Manifesto. Springer International Publishing. 51-63. Floridi, L. (2015) The Onlife Manifesto. Springer International Publishing. Floridi, L. (2015) "The anti-counterfeiting trade agreement: the ethical analysis of a failure, and its lessons.", Ethics Inf. Technol.. 17 (2) 165-173. Floridi, L., Fresco, N. and Primiero, G. (2015) "On malfunctioning software.", Synthese. 192 (4) 1199-1220. Floridi, L. (2015) "Toleration and the Design of Norms.", Science and Engineering Ethics. 21 (5) 1095-1123. Floridi, L. (2014) "Technoscience and Ethics Foresight", Philosophy & Technology. 27 (4) 499-501. Floridi, L. (2014) "The Latent Nature of Global Information Warfare", Philosophy & Technology. 27 (3) 317-319. Floridi, L. (2014) "Technological Unemployment, Leisure Occupation, and the Human Project", Philosophy & Technology. 27 (2) 143-150. Floridi, L. (2014) "Information closure and the sceptical objection", Synthese. 191 (6) 1037-1050. Floridi, L. (2014) "Open Data, Data Protection, and Group Privacy", Philosophy & Technology. 27 (1) 1-3. Floridi, L. (2014) "At the information desk", New York Review of Books. 61 (20) 96-97. Floridi, L. (2014) "Hyperhistory and the philosophy of information policies", Mondo Digitale. 13 (50). Floridi, L. (2014) "Information closure and the sceptical objection.", Synthese. 191 (6) 1037-1050. Floridi, L. (2013) "Things", Philosophy & Technology. 26 (4) 349-352. Chen, M. and Floridi, L. (2013) "An analysis of information visualisation", Synthese. 190 (16) 3421-3438. Floridi, L. (2013) The Ethics of Information. Oxford University Press. Floridi, L. (2013) "E-ducation and the Languages of Information", Philosophy & Technology. 26 (3) 247-251. Floridi, L. (2013) "Technology’s In-Betweeness", Philosophy & Technology. 26 (2) 111-115. Floridi, L. (2013) "What is A Philosophical Question?", Metaphilosophy. 44 (3) 195-221. Floridi, L. (2013) "Information Quality", Philosophy & Technology. 26 (1) 1-6. Floridi, L. (2013) The Philosophy of Information. OUP Oxford. Floridi, L. (2013) The Philosophy of Information. OUP Oxford. Chen, M., Floridi, L. and Borgo, R. (2013) "What is Visualization Really for?", CoRR. abs/1305.5670 75-93. Floridi, L. (2013) "Distributed Morality in an Information Society.", Science and Engineering Ethics. 19 (3) 727-743. Floridi, L. (2013) "Perception and Testimony as Data Providers", Logique et Analyse. Philosophy Admin (2013) "Perception and Testimony as Data Providers", Logique et Analyse. 57 (226) 151-179. Chen, M. and Floridi, L. (2013) "An analysis of information visualisation.", Synthese. 190 (16) 3421-3438. Floridi, L. (2012) "Big Data and Their Epistemological Challenge", Philosophy & Technology. 25 (4) 435-437. Floridi, L. (2012) "Technologies of the Self", Philosophy & Technology. 25 (3) 271-273. Floridi, L. (2012) "Turing's three philosophical lessons and the philosophy of information", Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. 370 (1971) 3536-3542. Floridi, L. (2012) "Hyperhistory and the Philosophy of Information Policies", Philosophy & Technology. 25 (2) 129-131. Floridi, L. (2012) "Degenerate Epistemology", Philosophy & Technology. 25 (1) 1-3. Floridi, L. (2012) "Semantic information and the network theory of account.", Synthese. 184 (3) 431-454. Borgo, R., Abdul-Rahman, A., Mohamed, F., Grant, P.W., Reppa, I., Floridi, L. and Chen, M. (2012) "An Empirical Study on Using Visual Embellishments in Visualization.", IEEE Trans. Vis. Comput. Graph.. 18 (12) 2759-2768. Floridi, L. (2011) "The New Ethical Responsibilities of Internet Service Providers", Philosophy & Technology. 24 (4) 369-370. Floridi, L. (2011) "Children of the Fourth Revolution", Philosophy & Technology. 24 (3) 227-232. Floridi, L. (2011) "Energy, Risks, and Metatechnology", Philosophy & Technology. 24 (2) 89-94. Floridi, L. (2011) "The Philosophy of Information: Ten Years Later" In: Putting Information First. Wiley-Blackwell. 153-170. FLORIDI, L.U.C.I.A.N.O. (2011) "A DEFENCE OF CONSTRUCTIONISM: PHILOSOPHY AS CONCEPTUAL ENGINEERING", Metaphilosophy. 42 (3) 282-304. Floridi, L. (2011) "Harmonising Physis and Techne: The Mediating Role of Philosophy", Philosophy & Technology. 24 (1) 1-3. Floridi, L. (2011) "Semantic Information and the Correctness Theory of Truth", Erkenntnis. 74 (2) 147-175. Taddeo, M. and Floridi, L. (2011) "The case for e-trust", Ethics and Information Technology. 13 (1) 1-3. Floridi, L. (2011) "The Construction of Personal Identities Online.", Minds and Machines. 21 (4) 477-479. Floridi, L. (2011) "The Informational Nature of Personal Identity.", Minds and Machines. 21 (4) 549-566. Floridi, L. (2010) "Semantic Information and the Correctness Theory of Truth", Erkenntnis. 1-29. Floridi, L. (2010) "Information, possible worlds and the cooptation of scepticism", Synthese. 175 (S1) 63-88. FLORIDI, L.U.C.I.A.N.O. (2010) "THE PHILOSOPHY OF INFORMATION: TEN YEARS LATER", Metaphilosophy. 41 (3) 402-419. Floridi, L. (2010) Information: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford University Press. Floridi, L. (2010) "The Philosophy of Information as a Conceptual Framework", Knowledge, Technology & Policy. 1-31. Floridi, L. (2010) "The Philosophy of Information as a Conceptual Framework", Knowledge, Technology & Policy. 1-29. Floridi, L. (2010) "Levels of abstraction and the Turing test.", Kybernetes. 39 (3) 423-440. Floridi, L. (2009) "Network Ethics: Information and Business Ethics in a Networked Society", Journal of Business Ethics. 90 (4) 649-659. Floridi, L. (2009) "Network Ethics: Information and Business Ethics in a Networked Society", Journal of Business Ethics. 90 (S4) 649-659. Turilli, M. and Floridi, L. (2009) "The ethics of information transparency", Ethics and Information Technology. 11 (2) 105-112. Floridi, L. (2009) "Information Technology" In: A Companion to the Philosophy of Technology. Wiley-Blackwell. 227-231. Floridi, L. (2009) "Web 2.0 vs. the Semantic Web: A Philosophical Assessment", Episteme. 6 (1) 25-37. Floridi, L. (2009) "Foundations of Information Ethics" In: The Handbook of Information and Computer Ethics. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.. 1-23. D'Agostino, M. and Floridi, L. (2009) "The enduring scandal of deduction.", Synthese. Springer Nature. 167 (2) 271-315. Floridi, L. (2009) "The Information Society and Its Philosophy: Introduction to the Special Issue on "The Philosophy of Information, Its Nature, and Future Developments".", Inf. Soc.. 25 (3) 153-158. Floridi, L. (2009) "Philosophical Conceptions of Information.", Formal Theories of Information Sommaruga, G. (eds.). Springer. 5363 13-53. Floridi, L. (2009) "Logical fallacies as informational shortcuts.", Synthese. 167 (2) 317-325. Floridi, L. (2009) "Against digital ontology.", Synthese. 168 (1) 151-178. Floridi, L., Taddeo, M. and Turilli, M. (2009) "Turing's Imitation Game: Still an Impossible Challenge for All Machines and Some Judges-An Evaluation of the 2008 Loebner Contest.", Minds and Machines. 19 (1) 145-150. FLORIDI, L.U.C.I.A.N.O. (2008) "ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE'S NEW FRONTIER: ARTIFICIAL COMPANIONS AND THE FOURTH REVOLUTION", Metaphilosophy. 39 (4-5) 651-655. Floridi, L. (2008) "The Method of Levels of Abstraction", Minds and Machines, September 2008. 18 (3) 303-329. Floridi, L. (2008) "Information ethics: a reappraisal", Ethics and Information Technology. 10 (2-3) 189-204. Floridi, L. (2008) "Understanding Epistemic Relevance", Erkenntnis. 69 (1) 69-92. Floridi, L. (2008) "Information Ethics: Its Nature and Scope" In: Information Technology and Moral Philosophy. Cambridge University Press. 40-65. Floridi, L. (2008) "TRENDS IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF INFORMATION" In: Philosophy of Information. Elsevier. 113-131. Turilli, M. and Floridi, L. (2008) "The ethics of information transparency", TRANSPARENCY, INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY: SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN BUSINESS AND EDUCATION. 87-+. Floridi, L. (2008) "A defence of informational structural realism.", Synthese. 161 (2) 219-253. Floridi, L. (2007) "Global Information Ethics: The Importance of Being Environmentally Earnest", International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction (IJTHI). 3 (3) 1-11. Taddeo, M. and Floridi, L. (2007) "A Praxical Solution of the Symbol Grounding Problem.", Minds and Machines. 17 (4) 369-389. FLORIDI, L. (2007) "A look into the future impact of ICT on our lives", http://www.thephilosophyofinformation.net/blog/. 23 (1) 59-64. Floridi, L. (2006) "Information technologies and the tragedy of the Good Will", Ethics and Information Technology. 8 (4) 253-262. Floridi, L. and Savulescu, J. (2006) "Information ethics: Agents, artefacts and new cultural perspectives", Ethics and Information Technology. 8 (4) 155-156. Floridi, L. (2006) "The logic of being informed", Logique et Analyse. 49 (196) 433-460. Floridi, L. (2006) "Four challenges for a theory of informational privacy", Ethics and Information Technology. 8 (3) 109-119. Floridi, L. (2006) "Informational privacy and its ontological interpretation.", SIGCAS Computers and Society. 36 (3) 37-40. Floridi, L. (2006) "Information ethics, its nature and scope.", SIGCAS Computers and Society. 36 (3) 21-36. Floridi, L. (2006) "Informational privacy and its ontological interpretation.", SIGCAS Computers and Society. 36 (1) 1. Floridi, L. (2005) "The Ontological Interpretation of Informational Privacy", Ethics and Information Technology. 7 (4) 185-200. Floridi, L. (2005) "For a philosophy of information", Epistemologia. 28 (2) 283-292. Floridi, L. (2005) "The Philosophy of Information and its Problems", Iride. 18 (45) 291-312. FLORIDI, L.U.C.I.A.N.O. (2005) "Is Semantic Information Meaningful Data?", Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. 70 (2) 351-370. Floridi, L. (2005) "Information ethics, its nature and scope.", SIGCAS Computers and Society. 35 (2) 3. Greco, G.M., Paronitti, G., Turilli, M. and Floridi, L. (2005) "The Philosophy of Information: A Methodological Point of View.", Wissensmanagement Althoff, K.-.D., Dengel, A., Bergmann, R., Nick, M. and Roth-Berghofer, T. (eds.). DFKI, Kaiserslautern. 130 563-570. Floridi, L. (2005) "The Philosophy of Presence: From Epistemic Failure to Successful Observation.", Presence. 14 (6) 656-667. Taddeo, M. and Floridi, L. (2005) "Solving the symbol grounding problem: a critical review of fifteen years of research.", J. Exp. Theor. Artif. Intell.. 17 (4) 419-445. Floridi, L. (2005) "Consciousness, Agents and the Knowledge Game.", Minds and Machines. 15 (3-4) 415-444. Greco, G.M., Paronitti, G., Turilli, M. and Floridi, L. (2005) "How to Do Philosophy Informationally.", Wissensmanagement (LNCS Volume) Althoff, K.-.D., Dengel, A., Bergmann, R., Nick, M. and Roth-Berghofer, T. (eds.). 3782 623-634. Floridi, L. (2004) "Afterword LIS as applied philosophy of information: A reappraisal", Library Trends. 52 (3) 658-665. Floridi, L. (2004) "Open Problems in the Philosophy of Information", Metaphilosophy. 35 (4) 554-582. Floridi, L. (2004) "LIS as Applied Philosophy of Information: A Reappraisal.", Library Trends. 52 658-665. Greco, G.M. and Floridi, L. (2004) "The tragedy of the digital commons", Ethics and Information Technology. 6 (2) 73-81. Floridi, L. (2004) "On the Logical Unsolvability of the Gettier Problem.", Synthese. 142 (1) 61-79. Floridi, L. and Sanders, J.W. (2004) "On the Morality of Artificial Agents.", Minds and Machines. 14 (3) 349-379. Floridi, L. (2004) "Outline of a Theory of Strongly Semantic Information.", Minds and Machines. 14 (2) 197-221. Floridi, L. (2003) "From Data to Semantic Information.", Entropy. 5 (2) 125-145. Floridi, L. (2003) "Two Approaches to the Philosophy of Information.", Minds and Machines. 13 (4) 459-469. Floridi, L. (2002) "On defining library and information science as applied philosophy of information", Social Epistemology. 16 (1) 37-49. Floridi, L. and Sanders, J.W. (2002) "Mapping the foundationalist debate in computer ethics", Ethics and Information Technology. 4 (1) 1-9. Floridi, L. (2002) "On the intrinsic value of information objects and the infosphere", Ethics and Information Technology. 4 (4) 287-304. Floridi, L. (2002) "What is the Philosophy of Information?", Metaphilosophy. 33 (1‐2) 123-145. Floridi, L. and Sanders, J.W. (2001) "Artificial evil and the foundation of computer ethics", Ethics and Information Technology. 3 (1) 55-66. Floridi, L. (2000) "Mathematical skepticism: The cartesian approach", PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWENTIETH WORLD CONGRESS OF PHILOSOPHY, VOL 6. 217-265. Floridi, L. (1999) "Information ethics: On the philosophical foundation of computer ethics", Ethics and Information Technology. 1 (1) 37-56. Floridi, L. (1999) "Does Information Have a Moral Worth in Itself?", Computer Ethics: Philosophical Enquiry in Association with the ACM SIG on Computers and Society. Floridi, L. (1998) "Logic and visual thinking", Iride. 11 (24) 343-358. Floridi, L. (1996) "The Internet: Which future for organised knowledge, Frankenstein or Pygmalion? Part 2", The Electronic Library. 14 (1) 49-52. Floridi, L. (1996) "The Internet: Which future for organised knowledge, Frankenstein or Pygmalion? Part 1", The Electronic Library. 14 (1) 43-48. Floridi, L. (1996) "Internet: Which Future for Organized Knowledge, Frankenstein or Pygmalion?", Inf. Soc.. 12 (1) 5-16. Floridi, L. (1995) "Internet: which future for organized knowledge, Frankenstein or Pygmalion?", Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud.. 43 (2) 261-274. Floridi, L. (1994) "The problem of the justification of a theory of knowledge", Journal for General Philosophy of Science. 25 (1) 17-49. FLORIDI, L. (1994) "SKEPTICISM AND THE SEARCH FOR KNOWLEDGE, A PEIRCEISH ANSWER TO A KANTIAN DOUBT", TRANSACTIONS OF THE CHARLES S PEIRCE SOCIETY. 30 (3) 543-573. Floridi, L. (1993) "The problem of the justification of a theory of knowledge", Journal for General Philosophy of Science. 24 (2) 205-233. Floridi and Taddeo The Ethics of Information WarfareLaw, Governance and Technology Series. Springer. Publications Books Chapters Conference papers Journal articles Books Floridi, L. (2016) The Fourth Revolution How the Infosphere Is Reshaping Human Reality. Oxford University Press, USA. Floridi, L. (2015) The Ethics of Information. Oxford University Press. Floridi, L. (2015) The Onlife Manifesto. Springer International Publishing. Floridi, L. (2013) The Ethics of Information. Oxford University Press. Floridi, L. (2013) The Philosophy of Information. OUP Oxford. Floridi, L. (2013) The Philosophy of Information. OUP Oxford. Choudrie, J. (2013) Management of Broadband Technology and Innovation. Routledge. Floridi, L. (2010) Information: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford University Press. Floridi and Taddeo The Ethics of Information WarfareLaw, Governance and Technology Series. Springer. Chapters Floridi, L. (2015) "The fourth revolution in our selfunderstanding" In: Philosophy, Computing and Information Science. 19-28. Floridi, L. (2015) "Introduction" In: The Onlife Manifesto. Springer International Publishing. 1-3. Floridi, L. (2015) "Luciano Floridi—Commentary on the Onlife Manifesto" In: The Onlife Manifesto. Springer International Publishing. 21-23. Floridi, L. (2015) "Hyperhistory and the Philosophy of Information Policies" In: The Onlife Manifesto. Springer International Publishing. 51-63. Floridi, L. (2013) "A Defence of the Principle of Information Closure against the Sceptical Objection" In: New Challenges to Philosophy of Science. Springer Netherlands. 35-47. Schear, J. (2012) "Introduction" In: Mind, Reason and Being-In-The-World: The McDowell-Dreyfus Debate Schear, J.K. (eds.). Routledge. Floridi, L. (2011) "The Philosophy of Information: Ten Years Later" In: Putting Information First. Wiley-Blackwell. 153-170. Sullins, J.P. (2011) "When Is a Robot a Moral Agent?" In: Machine Ethics. Cambridge University Press. 151-161. Floridi, L. (2010) "The rediscovery and posthumous influence of scepticism" In: The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Scepticism. Cambridge University Press. 267-287. Floridi, L. (2010) "How to Account for Information" In: Thinking Machines and the Philosophy of Computer Science. IGI Global. 1-15. Sharma, P., Mathur, R. and Dhawan, A. (2009) "Understanding Consumer Reactions to Offshore Outsourcing of Customer Services" In: Contemporary Research in E-Branding. IGI Global. 228-240. Floridi, L. (2009) "Information Technology" In: A Companion to the Philosophy of Technology. Wiley-Blackwell. 227-231. Floridi, L. (2009) "Foundations of Information Ethics" In: The Handbook of Information and Computer Ethics. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.. 1-23. Floridi, L. (2008) "Global Information Ethics" In: Selected Readings on Global Information Technology. IGI Global. 294-305. Floridi, L. (2008) "Information Ethics: Its Nature and Scope" In: Information Technology and Moral Philosophy. Cambridge University Press. 40-65. Floridi, L. (2008) "TRENDS IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF INFORMATION" In: Philosophy of Information. Elsevier. 113-131. Martin, M. (2003) "Sensible appearances" In: The Cambridge History of Philosophy 1870–1945. Cambridge University Press. 519-532. Conference papers Floridi, L. (2014) "Smart, Autonomous, and Social: Robots As Challenge to Human Exceptionalism", SOCIABLE ROBOTS AND THE FUTURE OF SOCIAL RELATIONS. 273 11. Floridi, L. (2014) "Keynote talk: the logic of information design.", ASE Crnkovic, I., Chechik, M. and Grünbacher, P. (eds.). ACM. 1-2. Illari, P. and Floridi, L. (2012) "IQ: Purpose and Dimensions.", ICIQ Berti-Équille, L., Comyn-Wattiau, I. and Scannapieco, M. (eds.). MIT. 178-192. Ayesh, A., Bishop, M., Floridi, L. and Warwick, K. (2010) "Preface", Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium on Towards a Comprehensive Intelligence Test: Reconsidering the Turing Test for the 21st Century, TCIT 2010 - A Symposium at the AISB 2010 Convention. D'Agostino, M. and Floridi, L. (2009) "The enduring scandal of deduction.", Synthese. Springer Nature. 167 (2) 271-315. Floridi, L. (2009) "Philosophical Conceptions of Information.", Formal Theories of Information Sommaruga, G. (eds.). Springer. 5363 13-53. Floridi, L. (2008) "Understanding the Informational Turn: the Fourth Revolution (Invited talk).", WSPI Möller, M., Roth-Berghofer, T. and Neuser, W. (eds.). CEUR-WS.org. 332. Greco, G.M., Paronitti, G., Turilli, M. and Floridi, L. (2005) "The Philosophy of Information: A Methodological Point of View.", Wissensmanagement Althoff, K.-.D., Dengel, A., Bergmann, R., Nick, M. and Roth-Berghofer, T. (eds.). DFKI, Kaiserslautern. 130 563-570. Floridi, L. (1999) "Does Information Have a Moral Worth in Itself?", Computer Ethics: Philosophical Enquiry in Association with the ACM SIG on Computers and Society. Floridi, L. (1998) "Mathematical skepticism: A sketch with historian in foreground", SKEPTICAL TRADITION AROUND 1800. 155 41-60. Journal articles Watson, D., Krutzinna, J., Bruce, I., Griffiths, C., McInnes, I., Barnes, M. and Floridi, L. (2019) "Clinical Applications of Machine Learning Algorithms: Beyond the Black Box", BMJ (Online). 364 l886. Burr, C., Taddeo, M. and Floridi, L. (2019) The Ethics of Digital Well-Being: A Thematic Review. Öhman, C., Gorwa, R. and Floridi, L. (2019) "Prayer-Bots and Religious Worship on Twitter: A Call for a Wider Research Agenda", Minds and Machines. Floridi, L. (2018) "Semantic Capital: Its Nature, Value, and Curation", Philosophy and Technology. 31 (4) 481-497. Floridi, L., Cowls, J., Beltrametti, M., Chatila, R., Chazerand, P., Dignum, V., Luetge, C., Madelin, R., Pagallo, U., Rossi, F., Schafer, B., Valcke, P. and Vayena, E. (2018) "AI4People - An Ethical Framework for a Good AI Society: Opportunities, Risks, Principles, and Recommendations", Minds and Machines. 28 (4) 689-707. Floridi, L. (2018) "Soft Ethics and the Governance of the Digital and the General Data Protection Regulation", Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. 376 (2133) 20180081. Aggarwal, N. and Floridi, L. (2018) Ethics of Data Publication in the Context of Asylum Claims. Floridi, L. (2018) "Artificial Intelligence, Deepfakes and a Future of Ectypes", Philosophy & Technology. 31 (3) 317-321. Taddeo, M. and Floridi, L. (2018) "How AI can be a force for good", Science. 361 (6404) 751-752. Floridi, L., Luetge, C., Pagallo, U., Schafer, B., Valcke, P., Vayena, E., Addison, J., Hughes, N., Lea, N., Sage, C., Vannieuwenhuyse, B. and Kalra, D. (2018) "Key Ethical Challenges in the European Medical Information Framework", Minds and Machines. 1-17. Krutzinna, J.I. and Floridi, L. (2018) "Atypical employment and disability in the digital economy: accountability gap leaves disabled app developers’ rights unprotected", Law, Innovation and Technology. 10 (2) 185-196. Cowls, J. and Floridi, L. (2018) Prolegomena to a White Paper on an Ethical Framework for a Good AI Society. Floridi, L. (2018) "Soft Ethics: Its Application to the General Data Protection Regulation and Its Dual Advantage", Philosophy & Technology. 31 (2) 163-167. King, T., Aggarwal, N., Taddeo, M. and Floridi, L. (2018) "Artificial Intelligence Crime: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Foreseeable Threats and Solutions", Science and Engineering Ethics. Olbrich, S. (2018) "Treating brainwaves is not an option", Nature. 557 (7705) 309. Floridi, L. and Taddeo, M. (2018) "Romans would have denied robots legal personhood", Nature. 557 (7705) 309. Öhman, C. and Floridi, L. (2018) "An ethical framework for the digital afterlife industry", Nature Human Behaviour. 2 (5) 318-320. Taddeo, M. and Floridi, L. (2018) "Regulate Artificial Intelligence to Avert Cyber Arms Race", Nature. 556 (7701) 296-298. Krutzinna, J., Taddeo, M. and Floridi, L. (2018) "Enabling Posthumous Medical Data Donation: A Plea for the Ethical Utilisation of Personal Health Data", Science and Engineering Ethics. Ghezzi, P., Floridi, L., Boraschi, D., Cuadrado, A., Manda, G., Levic, S., D'Acquisto, F., Hamilton, A., Athersuch, T.J. and Selley, L. (2018) "Oxidative stress and inflammation induced by environmental and psychological stressors: A biomarker perspective", Antioxidants and Redox Signaling. 28 (9) 852-872. Ghezzi, P., Davies, K., Delaney, A. and Floridi, L. (2018) "Theory of signs and statistical approach to big data in assessing the relevance of clinical biomarkers of inflammation and oxidative stress", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 115 (10) 2473-2477. Floridi, L. (2018) "Brave.Net.World: The Internet as a Disinformation Superhighway?", The Electronic Library. 14 (6) 509-514. Floridi, L. (2018) "Soft Ethics and the Governance of the Digital", Philosophy & Technology. 31 (1) 1-8. Yang Guang-Zhong, Bellingham, J., Dupont, P.E., Fischer, P., Floridi, L., Robert Full, Neil Jacobstein, Vijay Kumar, Marcia McNutt, Robert Merrifield, Bradley J. Nelson, Brian Scassellati, Taddeo, M., Russell Taylor, Manuela Veloso, Zhong Lin Wang and Robert Wood (2018) "0 PERSPECTIVEROBOTICS The grand challenges of Science Robotics", Science Robotics. 3 (14) eaar7650. Floridi, L. (2018) "What a maker?s knowledge could be", Synthese. 195 (1) 465-481. Floridi, L. (2017) "Infraethics–on the Conditions of Possibility of Morality", Philosophy & Technology. 30 (4) 391-394. Öhman, C. and Floridi, L. (2017) "The Political Economy of Death in the Age of Information: A Critical Approach to the Digital Afterlife Industry", Minds and Machines. 27 (4) 639-662. Levine, Z.S., Hale, S.A. and Floridi, L. (2017) "The October 2014 United States Treasury bond flash crash and the contributory effect of mini flash crashes", PLOS ONE. 12 (11) e0186688. Floridi, L. (2017) "The Unsustainable Fragility of the Digital, and What to Do About It", Philosophy & Technology. 30 (3) 259-261. Wachter, S., Mittelstadt, B. and Floridi, L. (2017) "Why a Right to Explanation of Automated Decision-Making Does Not Exist in the General Data Protection Regulation", International Data Privacy Law. 7 (2) 76-99. Floridi, L. (2017) "Digital’s Cleaving Power and Its Consequences", Philosophy & Technology. 30 (2) 123-129. Wachter, S., Mittelstadt, B. and Floridi, L. (2017) "Transparent, Explainable, and Accountable AI for Robotics", Science Robotics, Vol. 2. (6). Wachter, S., Mittelstadt, B.D.M. and Floridi, L. (2017) "Transparent, explainable, and accountable AI for robotics", Science Robotics. 2 (6) eaan6080. Cath, C., Wachter, S., Mittelstadt, B., Taddeo, M. and Floridi, L. (2017) "Artificial Intelligence and the 'Good Society': the US, EU, and UK approach.", Science and engineering ethics. 24 (2) 505-528. Floridi, L. (2017) "Robots, Jobs, Taxes, and Responsibilities", Philosophy & Technology. 30 (1) 1-4. Tsvetkova, M., García-Gavilanes, R., Floridi, L. and Yasseri, T. (2017) "Even good bots fight: The case of Wikipedia.", PloS one. 12 (2) e0171774. Floridi, L. (2017) "A Plea for Non-naturalism as Constructionism", Minds and Machines. 27 (2) 1-17. Floridi, L. (2017) "A defence of constructionism: Philosophy as conceptual engineering", Pensamiento. 73 (276) 271-300. Floridi, L. (2017) "The logic of design as a conceptual logic of information", Minds and Machines. 27 (3) 495-519. Bruin, B.D. and Floridi, L. (2017) "The Ethics of Cloud Computing.", Science and Engineering Ethics. 23 (1) 21-39. Floridi, L. and Taddeo, M. (2016) "What is data ethics?", Philosophical transactions. Series A, Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences. 374 (2083) 20160360. Floridi, L. (2016) "Faultless responsibility: on the nature and allocation of moral responsibility for distributed moral actions.", Philosophical transactions. Series A, Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences. 374 (2083) 20160112. Floridi, L. (2016) "On Human Dignity as a Foundation for the Right to Privacy", Philosophy & Technology. 29 (4) 307-312. Mittelstadt, B.D., Allo, P., Taddeo, M., Wachter, S. and Floridi, L. (2016) "The ethics of algorithms: Mapping the debate", Big Data & Society. 3 (2) 205395171667967. Watson, D. and Floridi, L. (2016) "Crowdsourced science: sociotechnical epistemology in the e-research paradigm", Synthese. 195 (2) 741-764. Floridi, L. (2016) "Technology and Democracy: Three Lessons from Brexit", Philosophy & Technology. 29 (3) 189-193. Cath, C. and Floridi, L. (2016) "The Design of the Internet's Architecture by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and Human Rights.", Science and engineering ethics. 23 (2) 449-468. Baumgaertner, B. and Floridi, L. (2016) "Introduction: The Philosophy of Information", Topoi. 35 (1) 157-159. Floridi, L. (2016) "Mature Information Societies—a Matter of Expectations", Philosophy & Technology. 29 (1) 1-4. Watson, D. and Floridi, L. (2016) "Crowdsourced science: sociotechnical epistemology in the e-research paradigm.", CoRR. abs/1610.09485. Tsvetkova, M., García-Gavilanes, R., Floridi, L. and Yasseri, T. (2016) "Even Good Bots Fight.", CoRR. abs/1609.04285. Taddeo, M. and Floridi, L. (2016) "The Debate on the Moral Responsibilities of Online Service Providers.", Science and Engineering Ethics. 22 (6) 1575-1603. Floridi, L. (2016) "Tolerant Paternalism: Pro-ethical Design as a Resolution of the Dilemma of Toleration.", Science and Engineering Ethics. 22 (6) 1669-1688. Mittelstadt, B.D. and Floridi, L. (2016) "The Ethics of Big Data: Current and Foreseeable Issues in Biomedical Contexts.", Science and Engineering Ethics. 22 (2) 303-341. Floridi, L. (2015) "A Proxy Culture", Philosophy & Technology. 28 (4) 487-490. Floridi, L. (2015) "Toleration and the Design of Norms", Science and Engineering Ethics. 21 (5) 1095-1123. Floridi, L. (2015) "The New Grey Power", Philosophy & Technology. 28 (3) 329-332. Floridi, L. (2015) "The anti-counterfeiting trade agreement: the ethical analysis of a failure, and its lessons", Ethics and Information Technology. 17 (2) 165-173. Floridi, L. (2015) "Free Online Services: Enabling, Disenfranchising, Disempowering", Philosophy & Technology. 28 (2) 163-166. Floridi, L., Fresco, N. and Primiero, G. (2015) "On malfunctioning software", Synthese. 192 (4) 1199-1220. Floridi, L. (2015) "The Politics of Uncertainty", Philosophy & Technology. 28 (1) 1-4. Floridi, L. (2015) "The anti-counterfeiting trade agreement: the ethical analysis of a failure, and its lessons.", Ethics Inf. Technol.. 17 (2) 165-173. D'Agostino, M. and Floridi, L. (2015) "The logic and philosophy of information corner: Presentation and call for papers.", J. Log. Comput.. 25 (3) 525-526. Floridi, L., Fresco, N. and Primiero, G. (2015) "On malfunctioning software.", Synthese. 192 (4) 1199-1220. Floridi, L. (2015) "Toleration and the Design of Norms.", Science and Engineering Ethics. 21 (5) 1095-1123. Floridi, L. (2014) "Technoscience and Ethics Foresight", Philosophy & Technology. 27 (4) 499-501. Floridi, L. (2014) "The Latent Nature of Global Information Warfare", Philosophy & Technology. 27 (3) 317-319. Floridi, L. (2014) "Technological Unemployment, Leisure Occupation, and the Human Project", Philosophy & Technology. 27 (2) 143-150. Floridi, L. (2014) "Information closure and the sceptical objection", Synthese. 191 (6) 1037-1050. Floridi, L. (2014) "Open Data, Data Protection, and Group Privacy", Philosophy & Technology. 27 (1) 1-3. Floridi, L. (2014) "At the information desk", New York Review of Books. 61 (20) 96-97. Floridi, L. (2014) "Hyperhistory and the philosophy of information policies", Mondo Digitale. 13 (50). Floridi, L. (2014) "Information closure and the sceptical objection.", Synthese. 191 (6) 1037-1050. Floridi, L. (2013) "Things", Philosophy & Technology. 26 (4) 349-352. Chen, M. and Floridi, L. (2013) "An analysis of information visualisation", Synthese. 190 (16) 3421-3438. Floridi, L. (2013) "E-ducation and the Languages of Information", Philosophy & Technology. 26 (3) 247-251. Floridi, L. (2013) "Technology’s In-Betweeness", Philosophy & Technology. 26 (2) 111-115. Floridi, L. (2013) "What is A Philosophical Question?", Metaphilosophy. 44 (3) 195-221. Floridi, L. (2013) "Information Quality", Philosophy & Technology. 26 (1) 1-6. Chen, M., Floridi, L. and Borgo, R. (2013) "What is Visualization Really for?", CoRR. abs/1305.5670 75-93. Floridi, L. (2013) "Distributed Morality in an Information Society.", Science and Engineering Ethics. 19 (3) 727-743. Floridi, L. (2013) "Perception and Testimony as Data Providers", Logique et Analyse. Philosophy Admin (2013) "Perception and Testimony as Data Providers", Logique et Analyse. 57 (226) 151-179. Chen, M. and Floridi, L. (2013) "An analysis of information visualisation.", Synthese. 190 (16) 3421-3438. Floridi, L. (2012) "Big Data and Their Epistemological Challenge", Philosophy & Technology. 25 (4) 435-437. Floridi, L. (2012) "Technologies of the Self", Philosophy & Technology. 25 (3) 271-273. Floridi, L. (2012) "Turing's three philosophical lessons and the philosophy of information", Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. 370 (1971) 3536-3542. Floridi, L. (2012) "Hyperhistory and the Philosophy of Information Policies", Philosophy & Technology. 25 (2) 129-131. Floridi, L. (2012) "Degenerate Epistemology", Philosophy & Technology. 25 (1) 1-3. Floridi, L. (2012) "Semantic information and the network theory of account.", Synthese. 184 (3) 431-454. Borgo, R., Abdul-Rahman, A., Mohamed, F., Grant, P.W., Reppa, I., Floridi, L. and Chen, M. (2012) "An Empirical Study on Using Visual Embellishments in Visualization.", IEEE Trans. Vis. Comput. Graph.. 18 (12) 2759-2768. Floridi, L. (2011) "The New Ethical Responsibilities of Internet Service Providers", Philosophy & Technology. 24 (4) 369-370. Floridi, L. (2011) "Children of the Fourth Revolution", Philosophy & Technology. 24 (3) 227-232. Floridi, L. (2011) "Energy, Risks, and Metatechnology", Philosophy & Technology. 24 (2) 89-94. FLORIDI, L.U.C.I.A.N.O. (2011) "A DEFENCE OF CONSTRUCTIONISM: PHILOSOPHY AS CONCEPTUAL ENGINEERING", Metaphilosophy. 42 (3) 282-304. Floridi, L. (2011) "Harmonising Physis and Techne: The Mediating Role of Philosophy", Philosophy & Technology. 24 (1) 1-3. Floridi, L. (2011) "Semantic Information and the Correctness Theory of Truth", Erkenntnis. 74 (2) 147-175. Taddeo, M. and Floridi, L. (2011) "The case for e-trust", Ethics and Information Technology. 13 (1) 1-3. Floridi, L. (2011) "The Construction of Personal Identities Online.", Minds and Machines. 21 (4) 477-479. Floridi, L. (2011) "The Informational Nature of Personal Identity.", Minds and Machines. 21 (4) 549-566. Floridi, L. (2010) "Semantic Information and the Correctness Theory of Truth", Erkenntnis. 1-29. Floridi, L. (2010) "Information, possible worlds and the cooptation of scepticism", Synthese. 175 (S1) 63-88. FLORIDI, L.U.C.I.A.N.O. (2010) "THE PHILOSOPHY OF INFORMATION: TEN YEARS LATER", Metaphilosophy. 41 (3) 402-419. Floridi, L. (2010) "The Philosophy of Information as a Conceptual Framework", Knowledge, Technology & Policy. 1-31. Floridi, L. (2010) "The Philosophy of Information as a Conceptual Framework", Knowledge, Technology & Policy. 1-29. Black, E., Floridi, L. and Third, A. (2010) "Introduction to the special issue on the nature and scope of information.", Synthese. 175 (S1) 1-3. Floridi, L. (2010) "Levels of abstraction and the Turing test.", Kybernetes. 39 (3) 423-440. Floridi, L. (2009) "Network Ethics: Information and Business Ethics in a Networked Society", Journal of Business Ethics. 90 (4) 649-659. Floridi, L. (2009) "Network Ethics: Information and Business Ethics in a Networked Society", Journal of Business Ethics. 90 (S4) 649-659. Turilli, M. and Floridi, L. (2009) "The ethics of information transparency", Ethics and Information Technology. 11 (2) 105-112. Floridi, L. (2009) "Web 2.0 vs. the Semantic Web: A Philosophical Assessment", Episteme. 6 (1) 25-37. Floridi, L. and Sequoiah-Grayson, S. (2009) "Introduction.", Synthese. 167 (2) 203-205. Floridi, L. (2009) "The Information Society and Its Philosophy: Introduction to the Special Issue on "The Philosophy of Information, Its Nature, and Future Developments".", Inf. Soc.. 25 (3) 153-158. Floridi, L. (2009) "Logical fallacies as informational shortcuts.", Synthese. 167 (2) 317-325. Floridi, L. (2009) "Against digital ontology.", Synthese. 168 (1) 151-178. Floridi, L., Taddeo, M. and Turilli, M. (2009) "Turing's Imitation Game: Still an Impossible Challenge for All Machines and Some Judges-An Evaluation of the 2008 Loebner Contest.", Minds and Machines. 19 (1) 145-150. FLORIDI, L.U.C.I.A.N.O. (2008) "ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE'S NEW FRONTIER: ARTIFICIAL COMPANIONS AND THE FOURTH REVOLUTION", Metaphilosophy. 39 (4-5) 651-655. Floridi, L. (2008) "The Method of Levels of Abstraction", Minds and Machines, September 2008. 18 (3) 303-329. Floridi, L. (2008) "Information ethics: a reappraisal", Ethics and Information Technology. 10 (2-3) 189-204. Floridi, L. (2008) "Understanding Epistemic Relevance", Erkenntnis. 69 (1) 69-92. Turilli, M. and Floridi, L. (2008) "The ethics of information transparency", TRANSPARENCY, INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY: SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN BUSINESS AND EDUCATION. 87-+. Floridi, L. (2008) "A defence of informational structural realism.", Synthese. 161 (2) 219-253. Floridi, L. (2007) "Global Information Ethics: The Importance of Being Environmentally Earnest", International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction (IJTHI). 3 (3) 1-11. Taddeo, M. and Floridi, L. (2007) "A Praxical Solution of the Symbol Grounding Problem.", Minds and Machines. 17 (4) 369-389. FLORIDI, L. (2007) "A look into the future impact of ICT on our lives", http://www.thephilosophyofinformation.net/blog/. 23 (1) 59-64. Floridi, L. (2006) "Information technologies and the tragedy of the Good Will", Ethics and Information Technology. 8 (4) 253-262. Floridi, L. and Savulescu, J. (2006) "Information ethics: Agents, artefacts and new cultural perspectives", Ethics and Information Technology. 8 (4) 155-156. Floridi, L. (2006) "The logic of being informed", Logique et Analyse. 49 (196) 433-460. Floridi, L. (2006) "Four challenges for a theory of informational privacy", Ethics and Information Technology. 8 (3) 109-119. Floridi, L. (2006) "Informational privacy and its ontological interpretation.", SIGCAS Computers and Society. 36 (3) 37-40. Floridi, L. (2006) "Information ethics, its nature and scope.", SIGCAS Computers and Society. 36 (3) 21-36. Floridi, L. (2006) "Informational privacy and its ontological interpretation.", SIGCAS Computers and Society. 36 (1) 1. Floridi, L. (2005) "The Ontological Interpretation of Informational Privacy", Ethics and Information Technology. 7 (4) 185-200. Floridi, L. (2005) "For a philosophy of information", Epistemologia. 28 (2) 283-292. Brey, P., Floridi, L. and Grodzinsky, F. (2005) "Editorial Introduction – Ethics of New Information Technology", Ethics and Information Technology. 7 (3) 109. Floridi, L. (2005) "The Philosophy of Information and its Problems", Iride. 18 (45) 291-312. FLORIDI, L.U.C.I.A.N.O. (2005) "Is Semantic Information Meaningful Data?", Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. 70 (2) 351-370. Floridi, L. (2005) "Information ethics, its nature and scope.", SIGCAS Computers and Society. 35 (2) 3. Floridi, L. (2005) "The Philosophy of Presence: From Epistemic Failure to Successful Observation.", Presence. 14 (6) 656-667. Taddeo, M. and Floridi, L. (2005) "Solving the symbol grounding problem: a critical review of fifteen years of research.", J. Exp. Theor. Artif. Intell.. 17 (4) 419-445. Floridi, L. (2005) "Consciousness, Agents and the Knowledge Game.", Minds and Machines. 15 (3-4) 415-444. Greco, G.M., Paronitti, G., Turilli, M. and Floridi, L. (2005) "How to Do Philosophy Informationally.", Wissensmanagement (LNCS Volume) Althoff, K.-.D., Dengel, A., Bergmann, R., Nick, M. and Roth-Berghofer, T. (eds.). 3782 623-634. Floridi, L. (2004) "Afterword LIS as applied philosophy of information: A reappraisal", Library Trends. 52 (3) 658-665. Floridi, L. (2004) "Open Problems in the Philosophy of Information", Metaphilosophy. 35 (4) 554-582. Floridi, L. (2004) "LIS as Applied Philosophy of Information: A Reappraisal.", Library Trends. 52 658-665. Greco, G.M. and Floridi, L. (2004) "The tragedy of the digital commons", Ethics and Information Technology. 6 (2) 73-81. Floridi, L. (2004) "On the Logical Unsolvability of the Gettier Problem.", Synthese. 142 (1) 61-79. Floridi, L. and Sanders, J.W. (2004) "On the Morality of Artificial Agents.", Minds and Machines. 14 (3) 349-379. Floridi, L. (2004) "Outline of a Theory of Strongly Semantic Information.", Minds and Machines. 14 (2) 197-221. Floridi, L. (2003) "From Data to Semantic Information.", Entropy. 5 (2) 125-145. Floridi, L. (2003) "Two Approaches to the Philosophy of Information.", Minds and Machines. 13 (4) 459-469. Floridi, L. (2002) "On defining library and information science as applied philosophy of information", Social Epistemology. 16 (1) 37-49. Floridi, L. and Sanders, J.W. (2002) "Mapping the foundationalist debate in computer ethics", Ethics and Information Technology. 4 (1) 1-9. Floridi, L. (2002) "On the intrinsic value of information objects and the infosphere", Ethics and Information Technology. 4 (4) 287-304. Floridi, L. (2002) "What is the Philosophy of Information?", Metaphilosophy. 33 (1‐2) 123-145. Floridi, L. and Sanders, J.W. (2001) "Artificial evil and the foundation of computer ethics", Ethics and Information Technology. 3 (1) 55-66. Floridi, L. (2000) "Mathematical skepticism: The cartesian approach", PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWENTIETH WORLD CONGRESS OF PHILOSOPHY, VOL 6. 217-265. Floridi, L. (1999) "Information ethics: On the philosophical foundation of computer ethics", Ethics and Information Technology. 1 (1) 37-56. Floridi, L. (1998) "Logic and visual thinking", Iride. 11 (24) 343-358. 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