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    Data sovereignty: A review.Peter Dabrock, Max Tretter, Matthias Braun & Patrik Hummel - 2021 - Big Data and Society 8 (1).
    New data-driven technologies yield benefits and potentials, but also confront different agents and stakeholders with challenges in retaining control over their data. Our goal in this study is to arrive at a clear picture of what is meant by data sovereignty in such problem settings. To this end, we review 341 publications and analyze the frequency of different notions such as data sovereignty, digital sovereignty, and cyber sovereignty. We go on to map agents they concern, in which context they appear, (...)
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    For the sake of multifacetedness. Why artificial intelligence patient preference prediction systems shouldn’t be for next of kin.Max Tretter & David Samhammer - 2023 - Journal of Medical Ethics 49 (3):175-176.
    In their contribution ‘Ethics of the algorithmic prediction of goal of care preferences’1 Ferrario et al elaborate a from theory to practice contribution concerning the realisation of artificial intelligence (AI)-based patient preference prediction (PPP) systems. Such systems are intended to help find the treatment that the patient would have chosen in clinical situations—especially in the intensive care or emergency units—where the patient is no longer capable of making that decision herself. The authors identify several challenges that complicate their effective development, (...)
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    Perspectives on digital twins and the (im)possibilities of control.Max Tretter - 2021 - Journal of Medical Ethics 47 (6):410-411.
    In his contribution, ‘Represent me: please! Towards an ethics of digital twins in medicine’1, Braun shows that there is a fundamental ambivalence inherent in digital twins: they can either open up new freedoms for the simulated persons, or, conversely, endanger and restrict their freedom. To prevent digital twins from restricting people’s freedom, Braun suggests a strong focus on control. Braun’s focus on control is insufficient, I will argue, because his idea of control works only retroactively: it can only react to (...)
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    Beyond algorithmic trust: interpersonal aspects on consent delegation to LLMs.Zeineb Sassi, Michael Hahn, Sascha Eickmann, Anne Herrmann-Johns & Max Tretter - 2024 - Journal of Medical Ethics 50 (2):139-139.
    In their article ‘Consent-GPT: is it ethical to delegate procedural consent to conversational AI?’, Allen et al 1 explore the ethical complexities involved in handing over parts of the process of obtaining medical consent to conversational Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems, that is, AI-driven large language models (LLMs) trained to interact with patients to inform them about upcoming medical procedures and assist in the process of obtaining informed consent.1 They focus specifically on challenges related to accuracy (4–5), trust (5), privacy (5), (...)
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    When discussing the desirability of religious robots: courage for theology!Max Tretter - forthcoming - AI and Society:1-3.
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    Artificial Intelligence in medicine: reshaping the face of medical practice.Max Tretter, David Samhammer & Peter Dabrock - 2023 - Ethik in der Medizin 36 (1):7-29.
    Background The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to provide relief in the challenging and often stressful clinical setting for physicians. So far, however, the actual changes in work for physicians remain a prediction for the future, including new demands on the social level of medical practice. Thus, the question of how the requirements for physicians will change due to the implementation of AI is addressed. Methods The question is approached through conceptual considerations based on the potentials that (...)
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  7. AI-produced certainties in health care: current and future challenges.Max Tretter, Tabea Ott & Peter Dabrock - 2023 - AI and Ethics 1.
    Since uncertainty is a major challenge in medicine and bears the risk of causing incorrect diagnoses and harmful treatment, there are many efforts to tackle it. For some time, AI technologies have been increasingly implemented in medicine and used to reduce medical uncertainties. What initially seems desirable, however, poses challenges. We use a multimethod approach that combines philosophical inquiry, conceptual analysis, and ethical considerations to identify key challenges that arise when AI is used for medical certainty purposes. We identify several (...)
     
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    Anna Puzio (2022) Über-Menschen. Philosophische Auseinandersetzung mit der Anthropologie des Transhumanismus.Max Tretter - 2022 - Ethik in der Medizin 34 (4):715-717.
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