Brent Mittelstadt
Brent Mittelstadt
Senior Research Fellow, University of Oxford
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The ethics of algorithms: Mapping the debate
B Mittelstadt, P Allo, M Taddeo, S Wachter, L Floridi
Big Data & Sociey 3 (2), 1-21, 2016
9162016
Counterfactual Explanations without Opening the Black Box: Automated Decisions and the GDPR
S Wachter, B Mittelstadt, C Russell
Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 31 (2), 841-887, 2018
8692018
Why a right to explanation of automated decision-making does not exist in the general data protection regulation
S Wachter, B Mittelstadt, L Floridi
International Data Privacy Law 7 (2), 76-99, 2017
5892017
The ethics of big data: Current and foreseeable issues in biomedical contexts
BD Mittelstadt, L Floridi
Science and Engineering Ethics 22 (2), 303-341, 2016
4262016
Artificial intelligence and the ‘good society’: the US, EU, and UK approach
C Cath, S Wachter, B Mittelstadt, M Taddeo, L Floridi
Science and engineering ethics 24 (2), 505-528, 2018
3092018
Explaining explanations in AI
B Mittelstadt, C Russell, S Wachter
Proceedings of the conference on fairness, accountability, and transparency …, 2019
3012019
A Right to Reasonable Inferences: Re-thinking Data Protection Law in the Age of Big Data and AI
S Wachter, B Mittelstadt
Columbia Business Law Review, 2018
2472018
Principles alone cannot guarantee ethical AI
B Mittelstadt
Nature Machine Intelligence 1 (11), 501-507, 2019
198*2019
Transparent, explainable, and accountable AI for robotics
S Wachter, B Mittelstadt, L Floridi
Science Robotics 2 (6), eaan6080, 2017
1402017
Automation, algorithms, and politics| Auditing for transparency in content personalization systems
B Mittelstadt
International Journal of Communication 10, 12, 2016
852016
The ethics of computing: A survey of the computing-oriented literature
BC Stahl, J Timmermans, BD Mittelstadt
Acm Computing Surveys (CSUR) 48 (4), 1-38, 2016
832016
From individual to group privacy in big data analytics
B Mittelstadt
Philosophy & Technology, 1-20, 2017
782017
Ethics of the health-related internet of things: a narrative review
B Mittelstadt
Ethics and Information Technology 19 (3), 157-175, 2017
632017
The ethics of biomedical big data
BD Mittelstadt, L Floridi
Springer, 2016
542016
On the Ethical Implications of Personal Health Monitoring: A Conceptual Framework for Emerging Discourses
BD Mittelstadt
De Montfort University, 2013
49*2013
The Ethical Implications of Personal Health Monitoring
BD Mittelstadt, NB Fairweather, MC Shaw, N McBride
The International Journal of Technoethics 5 (2), 37-60, 2014
452014
Why a Right to Explanation of Automated Decision-Making Does Not Exist in the General Data Protection Regulation’(2017)
S Wachter, B Mittelstadt, L Floridi
International Data Privacy Law 7, 76, 0
43
Why fairness cannot be automated: Bridging the gap between EU non-discrimination law and AI
S Wachter, B Mittelstadt, C Russell
Computer Law & Security Review 41, 105567, 2021
352021
Designing the health-related internet of things: ethical principles and guidelines
B Mittelstadt
Information 8 (3), 77, 2017
312017
Ethical issues of personal health monitoring: a literature review
BD Mittelstadt, NB Fairweather, N McBride, M Shaw
ETHICOMP 2011 Conference Proceedings. Presented at the ETHICOMP, 2011
302011
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