This series examines the crucial ethical, legal and public policy questions arising from or exacerbated by the design, development and eventual adoption of new technologies across all related fields, from education and engineering to medicine and military affairs. The books revolve around two key themes: ¢ Moral issues in research, engineering and design ¢ Ethical, legal and political/policy issues in the use and regulation of Technology This series encourages submission of cutting-edge research monographs and edited collections with a particular focus on forward-looking ideas concerning innovative or as yet undeveloped technologies. Whilst there is an expectation that authors will be well grounded in philosophy, law or political science, consideration will be given to future-orientated works that cross these disciplinary boundaries. The interdisciplinary nature of the series editorial team offers the best possible examination of works that address the ’ethical, legal and social’ implications of emerging technologies.
The Disruptive Impact of Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems Diffusion Modern Melians and the Dawn of Robotic Warriors
The Politics of Technology in Latin America (Volume 1) Data Protection, Homeland Security and the Labor Market
The Politics of Technology in Latin America (Volume 2) Digital Media, Daily Life and Public Engagement
Drones and Responsibility Legal, Philosophical and Socio-Technical Perspectives on Remotely Controlled Weapons
Surveillance Futures Social and Ethical Implications of New Technologies for Children and Young People
Technology and Agency in International Relations
By Austin Wyatt
November 05, 2021
Challenging the focus on great powers in the international debate, this book explores how rising middle power states are engaging with emerging major military innovations and analyses how this will affect the stability and security of the Indo Pacific. Presenting a data-based analysis of how ...
Edited By Avery Plaw, Barbara Carvalho Gurgel, David Ramírez Plascencia
December 31, 2020
This book analyses the arrival of emerging and traditional information and technology for public and economic use in Latin America. It focuses on the governmental, economic and security issues and the study of the complex relationship between citizens and government. The book is divided into three ...
Edited By David Ramírez Plascencia, Barbara Carvalho Gurgel, Avery Plaw
December 31, 2020
This volume focuses on the hyper-mediatization of Latin America from the citizen’s perspective, considering the social impact and how people embrace information technologies to improve their living conditions, engage in political issues and the role of digital journalism in promoting democratic ...
By Jean-François Caron
December 05, 2019
Supported by genuine historical cases, this book argues that certain new technologies in warfare can not only be justified within the current framework of the just war theory, but that their use is mandatory from a moral perspective. Technological developments raise questions about the manner in ...
By Ezio Di Nucci, Filippo Santoni de Sio
July 29, 2019
How does the use of military drones affect the legal, political, and moral responsibility of different actors involved in their deployment and design? This volume offers a fresh contribution to the ethics of drone warfare by providing, for the first time, a systematic interdisciplinary discussion ...
By Emmeline Taylor, Tonya Rooney
July 29, 2019
From birth to adulthood, children now find themselves navigating a network of surveillance devices that attempt to identify, quantify, sort and track their thoughts, movements and actions. This book is the first collection to focus exclusively on technological surveillance and young people. ...
Edited By Marijn Hoijtink, Matthias Leese
April 29, 2019
This book responds to a gap in the literature in International Relations (IR) by integrating technology more systematically into analyses of global politics. Technology facilitates, accelerates, automates, and exercises capabilities that are greater than human abilities. And yet, within IR, the ...
By Jérôme Duberry
April 09, 2019
This book examines the impact of current and emerging digital technologies on global environmental governance, and in particular on environmental civil society organizations. Technological innovations are constantly emerging: internet and social media platforms, blockchains, big data, and ...
By Samuli Haataja
December 13, 2018
Examining the thematic intersection of law, technology and violence, this book explores cyber attacks against states and current international law on the use of force. The theory of information ethics is used to critique the law’s conception of violence and to develop an informational approach as ...
Edited By Ronn Johnson
August 22, 2018
An important contribution to the professional work performed in the areas on emerging technologies, this book provides an extensive expansion of the literature base on contemporary theories and investigative techniques used in the forensic sciences. Forensic science, as a relatively new field of ...
By Armin Krishnan
August 14, 2018
Krishnan describes military applications of neuroscience research and emerging neurotechnology with relevance to the conduct of armed conflict and law enforcement. This work builds upon literature by scholars such as Moreno and Giordano and fills an existing gap, not only in terms of reviewing ...
By Kristin Bergtora Sandvik, Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert
July 27, 2018
While the military use of drones has been the subject of much scrutiny, the use of drones for humanitarian purposes has so far received little attention. As the starting point for this study, it is argued that the prospect of using drones for humanitarian and other life-saving activities has ...