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From what to how: an initial review of publicly available AI ethics tools, methods and research to translate principles into practices
J Morley, L Floridi, L Kinsey, A Elhalal
Science and engineering ethics 26 (4), 2141-2168, 2020
7082020
The ethics of AI in health care: a mapping review
J Morley, CCV Machado, C Burr, J Cowls, I Joshi, M Taddeo, L Floridi
Social Science & Medicine 260, 113172, 2020
505*2020
The Chinese approach to artificial intelligence: an analysis of policy, ethics, and regulation
H Roberts, J Cowls, J Morley, M Taddeo, V Wang, L Floridi
Ethics, governance, and policies in artificial intelligence, 47-79, 2021
4662021
The ethics of algorithms: key problems and solutions
A Tsamados, N Aggarwal, J Cowls, J Morley, H Roberts, M Taddeo, ...
Ethics, governance, and policies in artificial intelligence, 97-123, 2021
3972021
Ethical guidelines for COVID-19 tracing apps
J Morley, J Cowls, M Taddeo, L Floridi
Nature 582 (7810), 29-31, 2020
327*2020
Ethics as a service: a pragmatic operationalisation of AI ethics
J Morley, A Elhalal, F Garcia, L Kinsey, J Mökander, L Floridi
Minds and Machines 31 (2), 239-256, 2021
1772021
The ethical debate about the gig economy: A review and critical analysis
ZM Tan, N Aggarwal, J Cowls, J Morley, M Taddeo, L Floridi
Technology in Society 65, 101594, 2021
1242021
Operationalising AI ethics: barriers, enablers and next steps
J Morley, L Kinsey, A Elhalal, F Garcia, M Ziosi, L Floridi
AI & SOCIETY, 1-13, 2023
1142023
Ethics-based auditing of automated decision-making systems: Nature, scope, and limitations
J Mökander, J Morley, M Taddeo, L Floridi
Science and Engineering Ethics 27 (4), 44, 2021
1122021
The Limits of Empowerment: How to Reframe the Role of mHealth Tools in the Healthcare Ecosystem
J Morley, L Floridi
Science and Engineering Ethics, 25, 2019
1102019
Trends and clinical characteristics of COVID-19 vaccine recipients: a federated analysis of 57.9 million patients' primary care records in situ using OpenSAFELY
HJ Curtis, P Inglesby, CE Morton, B MacKenna, A Green, W Hulme, ...
British Journal of General Practice 72 (714), e51-e62, 2022
1032022
Clinical coding of long COVID in English primary care: a federated analysis of 58 million patient records in situ using OpenSAFELY
AJ Walker, B MacKenna, P Inglesby, L Tomlinson, CT Rentsch, HJ Curtis, ...
British Journal of General Practice 71 (712), e806-e814, 2021
972021
Safeguarding European values with digital sovereignty: an analysis of statements and policies
H Roberts, J Cowls, F Casolari, J Morley, M Taddeo, L Floridi
Internet Policy Review, Forthcoming, 2021
892021
Better, Broader, Safer: Using Health Data for Research and Analysis
B Goldacre, J Morley
Department of Health and Social Care, 2022
752022
Trends, regional variation, and clinical characteristics of COVID-19 vaccine recipients: a retrospective cohort study in 23.4 million patients using OpenSAFELY
OpenSAFELY Collaborative, B MacKenna, HJ Curtis, CE Morton, ...
MedRxiv, 2021.01. 25.21250356, 2021
642021
Digital psychiatry: Risks and opportunities for public health and wellbeing
C Burr, J Morley, M Taddeo, L Floridi
IEEE Transactions on Technology and Society 1 (1), 21-33, 2020
642020
Public health in the information age: recognizing the infosphere as a social determinant of health
J Morley, J Cowls, M Taddeo, L Floridi
Journal of medical Internet research 22 (8), e19311, 2020
602020
An ethically mindful approach to AI for health care
J Morley, L Floridi
The Lancet 395 (10220), 254-255, 2020
60*2020
Governing artificial intelligence in China and the European Union: Comparing aims and promoting ethical outcomes
H Roberts, J Cowls, E Hine, J Morley, V Wang, M Taddeo, L Floridi
The Information Society 39 (2), 79-97, 2023
472023
Waning effectiveness of BNT162b2 and ChAdOx1 covid-19 vaccines over six months since second dose: OpenSAFELY cohort study using linked electronic health records
EMF Horne, WJ Hulme, RH Keogh, TM Palmer, EJ Williamson, ...
bmj 378, 2022
472022
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