METODO

International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy

Journal | Volume

216588

2019

183 Pages

ISBN n/a

The ethics of biomedical "Big Data" analytics

Vol. 32 (1)

Edited by

Brent Mittelstadt

Publication details

Full citation:

Mittelstadt, B. (ed) (2019). The ethics of biomedical "Big Data" analytics. Philosophy & Technology 32 (1).

Table of Contents

"My fitbit thinks I can do better!"

Owens John; Cribb Alan

23-38

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Between minimal and greater than minimal risk

Schleidgen Sebastian; Husedzinovic Alma; Ose Dominik; Schickhardt Christoph; von Kalle Christof; Winkler Eva C.

39-55

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Big data analytics, infectious diseases and associated ethical impacts

Garattini Chiara; Raffle Jade; Sartain Felicity; Kozlakidis Zisis

69-85

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Accessing online data for youth mental health research

Perez Vallejos Elvira; Koene Ansgar; Hunt Daniel; Woodard Christopher; Urquhart Lachlan; Bergin Aislinn; Statache Ramona

87-110

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Doing away with the agential bias

Wagner Nils-Frederic

135-154

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The digital phenotype

Loi Michele

155-171

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The challenge of the digital and the future archive

Goudarouli Eirini; Sexton Anna; Sheridan John

173-183

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