Aurelia Tamò-Larrieux
Aurelia Tamò-Larrieux
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Transparency you can trust: Transparency requirements for artificial intelligence between legal norms and contextual concerns
H Felzmann, EF Villaronga, C Lutz, A Tamò-Larrieux
Big Data & Society 6 (1), 2053951719860542, 2019
582019
Designing for privacy and its legal framework
A Tamò-Larrieux, Tamò-Larrieux, Seyfried
Springer, 2018
322018
Robots and transparency: The multiple dimensions of transparency in the context of robot technologies
H Felzmann, E Fosch-Villaronga, C Lutz, A Tamo-Larrieux
IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine 26 (2), 71-78, 2019
282019
RoboCode-Ethicists: Privacy-friendly robots, an ethical responsibility of engineers?
C Lutz, A Tamò
Proceedings of the ACM Web Science Conference, 1-12, 2015
242015
Oblivion, erasure and forgetting in the digital age
A Tamò, D George
J. Intell. Prop. Info. Tech. & Elec. Com. L. 5, 71, 2014
212014
Gathering expert opinions for social robots’ ethical, legal, and societal concerns: Findings from four international workshops
E Fosch-Villaronga, C Lutz, A Tamò-Larrieux
International Journal of Social Robotics 12 (2), 441-458, 2020
172020
Towards transparency by design for artificial intelligence
H Felzmann, E Fosch-Villaronga, C Lutz, A Tamò-Larrieux
Science and Engineering Ethics 26 (6), 3333-3361, 2020
162020
The robot privacy paradox: Understanding how privacy concerns shape intentions to use social robots
C Lutz, A Tamó-Larrieux
152020
Innovation under pressure: implications for data privacy during the Covid-19 pandemic
G Newlands, C Lutz, A Tamò-Larrieux, EF Villaronga, R Harasgama, ...
Big Data & Society 7 (2), 2053951720976680, 2020
142020
The chilling effects of algorithmic profiling: Mapping the issues
M Büchi, E Fosch-Villaronga, C Lutz, A Tamò-Larrieux, S Velidi, S Viljoen
Computer law & security review 36, 105367, 2020
142020
Privacy and healthcare robots–an ant analysis
C Lutz, A Tamò
We Robot, 2016
142016
Communicating with robots: ANTalyzing the interaction between healthcare robots and humans with regards to privacy
C Lutz, A Tamò, A Guzman
Human-Machine Communication: Rethinking Communication, Technology, and …, 2018
112018
GDPR bypass by design? Transient processing of data under the GDPR
D George, K Reutimann, A Tamò-Larrieux
International Data Privacy Law, 2018
92018
Chilling Effects of Profiling Activities: Mapping the Issues
M Büchi, E Fosch Villaronga, C Lutz, A Tamò-Larrieux, S Velidi, S Viljoen
Available at SSRN 3379275, 2019
82019
Re-setting the stage for privacy: A multi-layered privacy interaction framework and its application
L Aeschlimann, R Harasgama, F Kehr, C Lutz, V Milanova, S Müller, ...
Mensch und Maschine-Symbiose oder Parasitismus, 2015
82015
Mensch und Maschine-Symbiose oder Parasitismus?
S Brändli, R Harasgama, R Schister, A Tamò
Stämpfli, 2014
32014
Decision-making by machines: Is the ‘Law of Everything’enough?
A Tamo-Larrieux
Computer Law & Security Review 41, 105541, 2021
22021
Towards privacy-friendly smart products
K Garcia, Z Zihlmann, S Mayer, A Tamo-Larrieux
22021
Not Hardcoding but Softcoding Privacy
A Tamo-Larrieux, S Mayer, Z Zihlmann
22020
Technical tools and designs for data protection
A Tamò-Larrieux
Designing for Privacy and Its Legal Framework, 101-148, 2018
22018
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