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Beyond individualism: Is there a place for relational autonomy in clinical practice and research?
ES Dove, SE Kelly, F Lucivero, M Machirori, S Dheensa, B Prainsack
Clinical ethics 12 (3), 150-165, 2017
1372017
Regulatory challenges of robotics: some guidelines for addressing legal and ethical issues
R Leenes, E Palmerini, BJ Koops, A Bertolini, P Salvini, F Lucivero
Law, Innovation and Technology 9 (1), 1-44, 2017
1262017
Laws on robots, laws by robots, laws in robots: Regulating robot behaviour by design
R Leenes, F Lucivero
Law, Innovation and Technology 6 (2), 193-220, 2014
1112014
Assessing expectations: towards a toolbox for an ethics of emerging technologies
F Lucivero, T Swierstra, M Boenink
NanoEthics 5 (2), 129-141, 2011
872011
A mobile revolution for healthcare? Setting the agenda for bioethics
F Lucivero, KR Jongsma
Journal of Medical Ethics 44 (10), 685-689, 2018
722018
The lifestylisation of healthcare?‘Consumer genomics’ and mobile health as technologies for healthy lifestyle
F Lucivero, B Prainsack
Applied & translational genomics 4, 44-49, 2015
692015
COVID-19 and contact tracing apps: ethical challenges for a social experiment on a global scale
F Lucivero, N Hallowell, S Johnson, B Prainsack, G Samuel, T Sharon
Journal of bioethical inquiry 17 (4), 835-839, 2020
592020
Ethical assessments of emerging technologies
F Lucivero
Cham: Springer, 2016
512016
Big data, big waste? A reflection on the environmental sustainability of big data initiatives
F Lucivero
Science and engineering ethics 26 (2), 1009-1030, 2020
492020
Emerging ethical issues regarding digital health data. On the world medical association draft declaration on ethical considerations regarding health databases and biobanks
C Aicardi, L Del Savio, ES Dove, F Lucivero, N Tempini, B Prainsack
Croatian Medical Journal 57 (2), 207, 2016
442016
Ethical monitoring of brain-machine interfaces
F Lucivero, G Tamburrini
Ai & Society 22 (3), 449-460, 2008
352008
SERIES: eHealth in primary care. Part 2: exploring the ethical implications of its application in primary care practice
SN Boers, KR Jongsma, F Lucivero, J Aardoom, FL Büchner, M de Vries, ...
European Journal of General Practice 26 (1), 26-32, 2020
292020
Guidelines on regulating robotics
E Palmerini, F Azzarri, F Battaglia, A Bertolini, A Carnevale, J Carpaneto, ...
262014
Introduction to the special theme: The expansion of the health data ecosystem–Rethinking data ethics and governance
T Sharon, F Lucivero
Big Data & Society 6 (2), 2053951719852969, 2019
222019
COVID-19 contact tracing apps: UK public perceptions
G Samuel, SL Roberts, A Fiske, F Lucivero, S McLennan, A Phillips, ...
Critical Public Health 32 (1), 31-43, 2022
192022
Too good to be true?: Appraising expectations for ethical technology assessment
F Lucivero
172012
Remote monitoring technologies in Alzheimer’s disease: design of the RADAR-AD study
M Muurling, C de Boer, R Kozak, D Religa, I Koychev, H Verheij, ...
Alzheimer's research & therapy 13 (1), 1-13, 2021
152021
Diritti umani, valori e nuove tecnologie
B Bisol, A Carnevale, F Lucivero
Metodo. International studies in phenomenology and philosophy 2, 235-252, 2014
142014
Normative positions towards COVID-19 contact-tracing apps: findings from a large-scale qualitative study in nine European countries
F Lucivero, L Marelli, N Hangel, BM Zimmermann, B Prainsack, I Galasso, ...
Critical Public Health 32 (1), 5-18, 2022
112022
Making the invisible visible
F Lucivero, P Delvenne, M Van Oudheusden
TATuP 28 (1), 2019
112019
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