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Assessments of emerging science and technologies: Mapping the landscape
(Oxford University Press, 2014-05-23)
This paper presents comparative work from the EST-Frame project on technology appraisal. It focuses on studies of ‘advisory domains’ (more or less distinct traditions for assessment of technologies, such as risk analysis, ...
A Report from the Field: Doing RRI from Scratch in an Assisted Living Technology Research and Development Project
The transdisciplinary Assisted Living project conducts research within (ICT), health science, social science and ethics. The overall aim of the project is to advance responsible research and innovation (RRI) in the field ...
Evaluating Ethical Frameworks for the Assessment of Human Cognitive Enhancement Applications
This book offers the policy-maker or decision-maker key insights and practical information regarding the features of ethics frameworks best suited to the ethical assessment of human cognitive enhancement (HCE) applications, ...
Privacy and Future Consent in Smart Homes as Assisted Living Technologies
(Springer Nature, 2018)
In the field of assisted living technologies, one central strand is to investigate how smart homes might fulfill ambitions for older adults to live longer at home. With the advent of the General Data Protection Regulative ...
Responsibility for Assistive Technologies: Product Assessment Frameworks and Responsible Research and Innovation
(NTNU Open Access Journals, 2019-05-10)
The approach to innovations known as Responsible research and innovation (RRI) aims to move the innovation system towards creating products that strive to realize social values along with economic benefits. This paper ...
Stakeholders’ Views on Responsible Assessments of Assistive Technologies through an Ethical HTA Matrix
Assessments of novel assistive technologies for use in home-based services has been documented to be performed in a variety of ways and often with a rather narrow focus on safety and effect or effectiveness. In order better ...