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Olya Kudina
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Ethics from within: Google Glass, the Collingridge dilemma, and the mediated value of privacy
O Kudina, PP Verbeek
Science, Technology, & Human Values 44 (2), 291-314, 2019
1142019
Values in responsible research and innovation: from entities to practices
M Boenink, O Kudina
Journal of Responsible Innovation 7 (3), 450-470, 2020
372020
Quantifying bias in automatic speech recognition
S Feng, O Kudina, BM Halpern, O Scharenborg
arXiv preprint arXiv:2103.15122, 2021
302021
The technological mediation of morality: Value dynamism, and the complex interaction between ethics and technology
O Kudina
262019
Accounting for the moral significance of technology: Revisiting the case of non-medical sex selection
O Kudina
Journal of bioethical inquiry 16 (1), 75-85, 2019
172019
Moral uncertainty in technomoral change: bridging the explanatory gap
PJ Nickel, O Kudina, I van de Poel
Perspectives on Science 30 (2), 260-283, 2022
162022
Can the technological mediation approach improve technology assessment? A critical view from ‘within’
B de Boer, J Hoek, O Kudina
Journal of responsible innovation 5 (3), 299-315, 2018
152018
Co‐designing diagnosis: Towards a responsible integration of Machine Learning decision‐support systems in medical diagnostics
O Kudina, B de Boer
Journal of evaluation in clinical practice 27 (3), 529-536, 2021
102021
“Alexa, who am I?”: voice assistants and hermeneutic lemniscate as the technologically mediated sense-making
O Kudina
Human Studies 44 (2), 233-253, 2021
92021
“The end of privacy as we know it”: Reconsidering public space in the age of Google Glass
O Kudina, M Baş
Surveillance, privacy and public space, 119-140, 2018
62018
Alexa Does Not Care. Should You?: Media Literacy in the Age of Digital Voice Assistants
O Kudina
Glimpse 20, 107-115, 2019
52019
Understanding Technology-Induced Value Change: a Pragmatist Proposal
I van de Poel, O Kudina
Philosophy & Technology 35 (2), 1-24, 2022
42022
“Alexa, define empowerment”: voice assistants at home, appropriation and technoperformances
O Kudina, M Coeckelbergh
Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 2021
42021
What is morally at stake when using algorithms to make medical diagnoses? Expanding the discussion beyond risks and harms
B De Boer, O Kudina
Theoretical medicine and bioethics 42 (5), 245-266, 2021
32021
Speak, memory: the postphenomenological analysis of memory-making in the age of algorithmically powered social networks
O Kudina
Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 9 (1), 1-7, 2022
12022
Bridging values: Finding a balance between privacy and control. The case of Corona apps in Belgium and the Netherlands
R van Brakel, O Kudina, C Fonio, K Boersma
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 30 (1), 50-58, 2022
2022
VU Research Portal
R van Brakel, O Kudina, C Fonio, K Boersma
2022
Regulating AI in Health Care: The Challenges of Informed User Engagement
O Kudina
Hastings Center Report 51 (5), 6-7, 2021
2021
Bridging Privacy and Solidarity in COVID-19 Contact-tracing Apps through the Sociotechnical Systems Perspective
O Kudina
Glimpse 22 (2), 43-54, 2021
2021
Design Considerations for Data Daemons: Co-creating Design Futures to Explore Ethical Personal Data Management
W Toussaint, AG Ortega, J Vroon, J Harty, G Solmaz, O Kudina, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2106.14975, 2021
2021
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