Articles & Invited Chapters

My complete list of publications is available here

Selected articles on Ethics of Defence Technologies

Jus in Bello Necessity, the Requirement of Minimal Force, and Autonomous Weapon Systems. Journal of Military Ethics. (A. Blanchard, M. Taddeo).

Accepting Moral Responsibility for the Actions of Autonomous Weapons Systems—a Moral Gambit, Philosophy & Technology 35 (3): 78. (M. Taddeo and A. Blanchard).

Artificial Intelligence for National Security: The Predictability Problem. Research Report. London: Centre for Emerging Technology and Security. (M. Taddeo, M. Ziosi, A. Tsamados, L. Gilli, S. Kurpati).

Autonomous Weapon Systems and Jus Ad Bellum. AI and Society, March. (M. Taddeo, A. Blanchard). 

A Comparative Analysis of the Definitions of Autonomous Weapons Systems. Science and Engineering Ethics 28 (5): 37. (M. Taddeo and A. Blanchard).

Ethical Principles for Artificial Intelligence in the Defence. Philosophy & Technology. (M. Taddeo, A. Blanchard, D. McNeish, E. Edgar). 

Open Source Intelligence and AI: a Systematic Review of the GELSI Literature, AI and Society. (R. Ghioni, M. Taddeo, L. Floridi).

Trusting Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity, a Double-Edge Sword, Nature Machine Intelligence, 2019 (M. Taddeo, T. McCutcheon, L. Floridi).

Is Cybersecurity a Public Good, Minds & Machines, 2019.

Three Ethical Challenges of Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity, Minds & Machines, 29(2),187-191.

Artificial Intelligence Crime: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Foreseeable Threats and Solutions, Science and Engineering Ethics, 2019 (T. King, N. Agrawal, L. Floridi).

Deterrence and Norms to Foster Stability in Cyberspace, Philosophy & Technology, 2018 (pdf).

How to Deter in Cyberspace, Hybrid CoE – The European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats, Strategic Analysis June-July 2018 (pdf).

Regulate artificial intelligence to avert cyber arms raceNature, 556, 296-298, (with L. Floridi).

The Limits of Deterrence Theory in CyberspacePhilosophy & Technology (open access), forthcoming.

Deterrence by Norms to Stop Interstate Cyber Attacks, Minds & Machine, 27(3): 387–392 (pdf).

Cyber Conflicts and Political Power in Information Societies, Minds & Machine, 27(2):265-268 (pdf).

On the Risks of Relying on Analogies to Understand Cyber Conflicts, Minds & Machines, 26.4, 317–321 (pdf).

Just Information Warfare, Topoi2016, 35(1), 213–224. (pdf).

The Struggle Between Liberties and Authorities in the Information AgeScience and Engineering Ethics, 2015, 21.5, 1125-1138 (paper-SEE-preprint).

Information Warfare: The Ontological and Regulatory Gap, APA Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers, 2014, 14.1, 13-20 (APA-cyberwarfare-preprint).

What Ethics Has To Do With the Regulation of Cyberwarfare, Ethics and Armed Forces Controversies in Military Ethics & Security Policy.

Cyber Security and Individual Rights, Striking the Right BalancePhilosophy and Technology, 2013, 26.4, 353-356.

An Analysis For A Just Cyber Warfare (pre-print), NATO CCD COE and IEEE Publication, 2012.

Information Warfare: a Philosophical PerspectivePhilosophy and Technology, 2012, 25.1, 105-120.

Selected articles on Digital Ethics

Governing Artificial Intelligence in China and the European Union: Comparing Aims and Promoting Ethical Outcomes. The Information Society, September, 1–19. (H. Roberts, J. Cowls, E, Hine, J. Morley, V. Wang, M. Taddeo, L. Floridi).

Apropos Data Sharing: Abandon the Distrust and Embrace the Opportunity. DNA and Cell Biology 41 (1): 11–15. (G. Brambilla Pisoni, M. Taddeo, shared first authorship).

CapAI – A Procedure for Conducting Conformity Assessment of AI Systems in Line with the EU Artificial Intelligence Act. Research Report, Oxford Internet Institute and Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. (L. Floridi, M. Holweg, M. Taddeo, J. Silva, J. Mökander, Y. Wen).

Artificial Intelligence and the Climate Emergency: Opportunities, Challenges, and Recommendations”. One Earth 4 (6): 776–79. (M. Taddeo, A. Tsamados, J. Cowls, L. Floridi). IF: 6.57.

Achieving a ‘Good AI Society’: comparing the aims and progress of the EU and the US. Science Engineering Ethics, 27 (68). (H. Roberts, J. Cowls, E. Hine, F. Mazzi, A. Tsamados, M. Taddeo, L. Floridi).

Ethics-based auditing of automated decision-making systems: Nature, scope, and limitations, Science Engineering Ethics 27 (4):1-30. (J. Mökander, J. Morley, M. Taddeo, L. Floridi).

The Ethical Debate about the Gig Economy: A Review and Critical Analysis. Technology in Society 65 (May): 101594. (Z. Tan, A. Nikita, J. Cowls, J. Morley, M. Taddeo, L. Floridi).

A Definition, Benchmark and Database of AI for Social Good Initiatives. Nature Machine Intelligence 3 (2): 111–15. (J. Cowls, Tsamados, M. Taddeo, L. Floridi).

The Ethics of Algorithms: Key Problems and Solutions. AI and SOCIETY, February. (A. Tsamados, N. Aggarwal, J. Cowls, J. Morley, H. Roberts, M. Taddeo, L. Floridi).

Some Ethical, Legal, and Social Dimensions of Pandemic Response Technology. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 40 (2): 41–46. (S. Wen, M. Taddeo, J. Pitt).

Safeguarding European Values with Digital Sovereignty: An Analysis of Statements and Policies. Internet Policy Review, 10 (3). (H. Roberts, J. Cowls, F. Casolari, J. Morley, M. Taddeo, L. Floridi).

Ethics-Based Auditing of Automated Decision-Making Systems: Nature, Scope, and Limitations. Science and Engineering Ethics 27 (4): 44. (J. Mökander, J. Morley, M. Taddeo, L. Floridi).

Ethical Aspects of Multi-Stakeholder Recommendation Systems. The Information Society 37 (1): 35–45. (S. Milano, M. Taddeo, L. Floridi).

The Chinese Approach to Artificial Intelligence: An Analysis of Policy, Ethics, and Regulation”. AI and SOCIETY, June. (H. Roberts, J. Cowls, J. Morley, M. Taddeo, V Wang, L. Floridi).

Ethical Guidelines for COVID-19 Tracing Apps. Nature 582: 29–31. (J. Morley, J. Cowls, M. Taddeo, L. Floridi).

Public Health in the Information Age: Recognizing the Infosphere as a Social Determinant of Health. Journal of Medical Internet Research 22 (8): e19311. (J. Morley, J. Cowls, M. Taddeo, L. Floridi).

The Ethics of AI in Health Care: A Mapping Review” Social Science & Medicine, July, 113172. (J. Morley, C. Jessica, C. C.V. Machado, C. Burr, Josh Cowls, I. Joshi, M. Taddeo, L. Floridi).

Recommender Systems and Their Ethical Challenges. AI and Society, February. (S. Milano, M. Taddeo, L. Floridi).

How to Design AI for Social Good: Seven Essential Factors, Science and Engineering Ethics, forthcoming (J. Cowls, T. King, M. Taddeo, L. Floridi).

Digital Psychiatry: Risks and Opportunities for Public Health and Wellbeing. IEEE Transactions on Technology and Society 1 (1): 21–33. (C. Burr, J. Morley, M. Taddeo, L. Floridi). 2020.

How AI Can Be a Force for Good, Science , 361(6404), 751-752 (M. Taddeo, L. Floridi).

Data Philanthropy and The Design of the Infraethics for Information Societies, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 374: 20160113 (pdf).

What is Data Ethics? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 374: 20160113 (with L. Floridi) (pdf).

Philosophy and Computing in Information Societies, Minds & Machines, 26.3, 203-204 (pdf).

The Debate on the Moral Responsibilities of Online Service ProvidersScience and Engineering Ethics, forthcoming (pdf).

The Ethical Governance of the Digital During and After the COVID‐19 PandemicMinds & Machines, 2020.

Designing AI for Social Good: Seven Essential Factors, Science and Engineering Ethics, DRAFT (J. Cowls, T. King, M. Taddeo, L. Floridi).

The Ethics of Digital Well-Being: A Thematic Review, Science and Engineering Ethics, 2019 (C. Burr, M. Taddeo, L. Floridi).

The Civic Role of Online Service Providers, Minds & Machines, 29(1), 1-7.

How AI can be a force for good, Science, 361(6404), 751-752 (M. Taddeo & L. Floridi).

Romans would have denied robots legal personhood, Nature, 557 (7705), 309-309 (L. Floridi and M. Taddeo).

The Grand Challenges of Science RoboticsScience Robotics3(14) (with Yang, G.-Z., J. Bellingham, P. E. Dupont, P. Fischer, L. Floridi, R. Full, N. Jacobstein, V. Kumar, M. McNutt, R. Merrifield, B. J. Nelson, B. Scassellati, M. Taddeo, R. Taylor, M. Veloso, Z. L. Wang and R. Wood).

Trusting Digital Technologies Correctly, Minds & Machines, 27(4): 565–568 (pdf).Data Philanthropy and Individual Rights, Minds & Machines, 27(1): 1-5 (pdf).

Data Philanthropy and The Design of the Infraethics for Information Societies, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 374: 20160113 (pdf).

What is Data Ethics? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 374: 20160113 (with L. Floridi) (file).

Philosophy and Computing in Information Societies, Minds & Machines, 26.3, 203-204 (pdf).

The Debate on the Moral Responsibilities of Online Service ProvidersScience and Engineering Ethics, forthcoming (pdf).

A model Type Theory for Formalizing Trusted CommunicationsJournal of Applied Logic , (with G. Primiero), 2012, 10.1, 92-114 .

Internet Neutrality: Ethical Issues in the Internet EnvironmentPhilosophy and Technology, (with M. Turilli, A. Vaccaro), 2012, 25.2, 133-151 .

The Case for e-TrustEthics and Information Technology, (with L. Floridi) 2011, 13.1, 1-3.

Analyzing Peer to Peer Technology Using Information Ethics, The Information Society, (with A. Vaccaro) 2011, 27.2, 105-112.

Trust in Technology: a Distinctive and a Problematic RelationKnowledge, Technology and Policy, 2010, 23.3-4, 283-286.

An Information-Based Solution for the Puzzle of Testimony and TrustSocial Epistemology, 2010, 24.4, 285-299.

Modelling Trust in Artificial Agents, a First Step toward the Analysis of e-Trust, Minds and Machines, 2010, 20.2, 243-257.

The case of on-line trustKnowledge Technology and Policy, (with M. Turilli, A. Vaccaro), 2010, 23.3-4, 333-345 .

Defining Trust and E-trust: Old Theories and New ProblemsInternational Journal of Technology and Human Interaction (IJTHI) Official Publication of the Information Resources Management Association, 2009, 5-2, 23-35.

Turing’s Imitation Game: Still an Impossible Challenge for All Machines and Some Judges – an Evaluation of the 2008 Loebner ContestMinds and Machines, 2008, 19-1, 145-150.

A Praxical Solution of the Symbol Grounding ProblemMinds and Machines, (with L. Floridi) 2007, 17.4, 369-389.

Solving the Symbol Grounding Problem: a Critical Review of Fifteen Years of ResearchJournal of Experimental and Theoretical Artificial Intelligence, (with L. Floridi) 2005, 17.4, 419-445.

Invited Chapters

On The Risks of Trusting Artificial Intelligence: The Case of Cybersecurity in The 2020 Yearbook of the Digital Ethics Lab, SpringerNAture, forthcoming (Chapter).

Norms and Strategies for Stability in Cyberspace in The Global Race for Technological Superiority: Discover the Security Implications, ISPI, 2019 (Chapter-ISPI).

The Civic Role of Online Service Providers in Mature Information Societies, in The Oxford Handbook of Intermediary Liability Online, Ed. Gianfranco Frosio, Oxford University Press, 2020 (Chapter).

The Moral Value of Information and Information Ethics, invited chapter in The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Information, Ed. L. Floridi, Routledge, 2016.

An Ethical Framework for Information Warfare, invited chapter in  Protection of Information and the Right to Privacy – A New Equilibrium?, Ed. L. Floridi, Philosophy of Law, Comparative Law, International and European Law, Springer Book, forthcoming.

An Ethical Framework for Information Warfare, Protection of Information and the Right to Privacy – A New Equilibrium?, ed. L. Floridi, Philosophy of Law, Comparative Law, International and European Law, Springer Book, 2014.

The Importance of Information in Business Ethics, invited chapter in Business Ethics, Eds. M. Boylan, Prentice Hall, NJ, 2013.

Fiducia On-Line: Rischi e Vantaggi, invited chapter in Manuale di Informatica Giuridica, Eds. U. Pagallo, M. Durante, UTET, Torino, 2012.

Modelling Trust in Artificial Agents, a First Step toward the Analysis of e-Trust, invited chapter in Trust and Virtual Worlds: Contemporary Perspectives, Eds. C. Ess and M. Thorseth, Peter Lang, Bern, 2011.

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