Effy Vayena mainly investigates Research ethics, Big data, Engineering ethics, Internet privacy and Best practice. As a part of the same scientific study, Effy Vayena usually deals with the Research ethics, concentrating on Public relations and frequently concerns with Social contract, Health knowledge and Public policy. His research integrates issues of Public health informatics, HRHIS, Health policy, Epidemiological Monitoring and Data science in his study of Big data.
His Engineering ethics study combines topics in areas such as Data governance and Corporate governance. His Internet privacy research includes themes of Genetic privacy, Genome complexity, Genomic data and Openness to experience. The Best practice study combines topics in areas such as Justice, Public sector, Technical standard and Convergence.
His primary areas of study are Engineering ethics, Public relations, Big data, Research ethics and Data science. His study in Engineering ethics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Justice, Medical ethics and Intellectual property. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Data governance and Public health.
His work in Big data addresses subjects such as Corporate governance, which are connected to disciplines such as Knowledge management. His Data science study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Biomedicine, MEDLINE and Health policy. His Health care study deals with Data sharing intersecting with Internet privacy.
Effy Vayena mostly deals with Engineering ethics, Public relations, Public health, Corporate governance and Data sharing. He combines subjects such as Public sector, Technical standard and Convergence with his study of Engineering ethics. His study looks at the relationship between Public sector and fields such as Standardization, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His research in Public relations intersects with topics in Thematic analysis and Newspaper. His Corporate governance research incorporates themes from Value pluralism, Health care, Knowledge management, Informed consent and Research ethics. He has researched Research ethics in several fields, including Internet privacy, Stakeholder, Cultural diversity, Population health and Big data.
His primary areas of study are Coronavirus disease 2019, Public relations, Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, Best practice and Public health. He interconnects Health policy and Public administration in the investigation of issues within Coronavirus disease 2019. His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Government, Genetic discrimination, Genetic testing and Benchmarking.
His Best practice research includes elements of Engineering ethics, Transparency, Public sector, Technical standard and Convergence. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Engineering ethics, Justice is strongly linked to Standardization. His Pandemic research incorporates elements of Public trust, Neglect, Confidentiality, Epidemiological Monitoring and Big data.
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The global landscape of AI ethics guidelines
Anna Jobin;Marcello Ienca;Effy Vayena.
Nature Machine Intelligence (2019)
Artificial Intelligence: the global landscape of ethics guidelines.
Anna Jobin;Marcello Ienca;Effy Vayena.
arXiv: Computers and Society (2019)
AI4People—An Ethical Framework for a Good AI Society: Opportunities, Risks, Principles, and Recommendations
Luciano Floridi;Luciano Floridi;Josh Cowls;Josh Cowls;Monica Beltrametti;Raja Chatila.
Minds and Machines (2018)
On the responsible use of digital data to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic.
Marcello Ienca;Effy Vayena.
Nature Medicine (2020)
Current Practices and Controversies in Assisted Reproduction
Effy Vayena;Patrick J. Rowe;P. David Griffin.
Ethical challenges of big data in public health.
Effy Vayena;Marcel Salathé;Lawrence C. Madoff;John S. Brownstein.
PLOS Computational Biology (2015)
Current practices and controversies in assisted reproduction : report of a meeting on "Medical, Ethical and Social Aspects of Assisted Reproduction" held at WHO headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, 17-21 September 2001
Use of modern contraception by the poor is falling behind.
Emmanuela Gakidou;Effy Vayena.
PLOS Medicine (2007)
Machine learning in medicine: Addressing ethical challenges.
Effy Vayena;Alessandro Blasimme;I. Glenn Cohen.
PLOS Medicine (2018)
Adapting Standards: Ethical Oversight of Participant-Led Health Research
Effy Vayena;John Tasioulas.
PLOS Medicine (2013)
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