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What has the Trolley Dilemma ever done for us (and what will it do in the future)? On some recent debates about the ethics of self-driving cars
A Wolkenstein
Ethics and Information Technology 20 (3), 163-173, 2018
492018
Legal liabilities of BCI-users: Responsibility gaps at the intersection of mind and machine?
C Bublitz, A Wolkenstein, RJ Jox, O Friedrich
International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 2018
382018
Brain–computer interfaces and personhood: interdisciplinary deliberations on neural technology
M Sample, M Aunos, S Blain-Moraes, C Bublitz, JA Chandler, TH Falk, ...
Journal of Neural Engineering 16 (6), 063001, 2019
362019
Brain–computer interfaces: Lessons to be learned from the ethics of algorithms
A Wolkenstein, RJ Jox, O Friedrich
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 27 (4), 635-646, 2018
352018
Ethik und Sicherheitstechnik. Eine Handreichung
R Ammicht Quinn, M Nagenborg, B Rampp, AFX Wolkenstein
Sicherheitsethik, 277-296, 2014
72014
Kompetenzorientierte Ethik-Lehre im Medizinstudium
K Kühlmeyer, A Wolkenstein, M Schütz, V Wild, G Marckmann
Ethik in der Medizin 34 (3), 301-318, 2022
62022
Can BCIs enlighten the concept of agency? A plea for an experimental philosophy of neurotechnology
P Haselager, G Mecacci, A Wolkenstein
Clinical neurotechnology meets artificial intelligence: Philosophical …, 2021
62021
Brain-computer interfaces: current and future investigations in the philosophy and politics of neurotechnology
A Wolkenstein, O Friedrich
Clinical Neurotechnology meets Artificial Intelligence: Philosophical …, 2021
52021
Do New Neuroimaging Findings Challenge the Ethical Basis of Advance Directives in Disorders of Consciousness?
O Friedrich, A Wolkenstein, RJ Jox, N Rogger, C Bozzaro
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 27 (4), 675-685, 2018
52018
How intelligent neurotechnology can be epistemically unjust. An exploration into the ethics of algorithms
S Schleidgen, O Friedrich, A Wolkenstein
Review of Social Economy 80 (1), 106-126, 2022
42022
Agents and Artificial Intelligence
AP Rocha, L Steels, J van den Herik
Springer, 2021
4*2021
Clinical Neurotechnology meets Artificial Intelligence
O Friedrich, A Wolkenstein, C Bublitz, RJ Jox, E Racine
Springer, 2021
42021
Introduction: Ethical Issues of Neurotechnologies and Artificial Intelligence
O Friedrich, A Wolkenstein
Clinical Neurotechnology meets Artificial Intelligence: Philosophical …, 2021
32021
Akzeptanz und Akzeptabilität im Kontext der Angewandten Ethik
AFX Wolkenstein
Sicherheitsethik, 225-239, 2014
32014
Müssen Algorithmus-basierte Entscheidungen erklärbar sein? Über black box-Algorithmen und die Ethik von Überzeugungen in der Mensch-Maschine-Interaktion
A Wolkenstein
Mensch-Maschine-Interaktion, 312-331, 2022
22022
Brain-computer interfaces: Agency and the transition from ethics to politics
A Wolkenstein
International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 103-118, 2017
22017
An ethics of body scanners: requirements and future challenges from an ethical point of view
B Rampp, AFX Wolkenstein, RA Quinn
Passive Millimeter-Wave Imaging Technology XIV 8022, 193-199, 2011
22011
Healthy Mistrust: Medical Black Box Algorithms, Epistemic Authority, and Preemptionism
A Wolkenstein
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 1-10, 2024
12024
Novel challenges of consenting to brain-data collection and black-box algorithms in BCI use.
A Wolkenstein, O Friedrich
Bioethica forum 12, 2019
12019
Relevante Prozesse: BCI im Blickwinkel der Ethik
A Wolkenstein
De Gruyter Oldenbourg, 2015
12015
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