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Current research projects

Project leader Project title
Christen Evaluating automated decision-making in time-critical situations
Social effects of artificial intelligence
Creating an ELSI Task Force for the NRP-75 “Big Data”
Between Solidarity and Personalization – Dealing with Ethical and Legal Big Data Challenges in the Insurance Industry
CANVAS – Constructing an Alliance for Value-driven Cybersecurity

Completed research projects

Project leader Project title
A tool for coherence analysis and clustering of survey data - exemplified using data from the world value survey.
Disciplinary dynamics in emerging social neurosciences and neuroeconomics
Christen Intellectual humility - the elusive measure
Decision making and stress reaction of Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA or drone) pilots
A Serious Moral Game for Teaching Bioethics
The current discussion on brain death and donation after circulatory death
New defense technologies and ethics
Moral Sensitivity: Investigating Implications, Justifications, and Means of Improvements
Family Life project
Value-sensitive Humanitarian Innovation: Opportunities and Challenges to Integrate Ethical Values in the Humanitarian Use of Drones
Using colors in neuroimaging
Clinical and Ethical Aspects of Deep Brain Stimulation
Serious Moral Games: Scenario Development and Validation
Optimization of the Online Idea-Generation Process for Innovations
Development of a tool for evaluation the coherence of value systems
The „immoral patient“ – analyzing the role of brain lesion patients in moral research
Development of a tool for measuring moral sensibility

Last update 23.12.2018