Books:

  • Gordon, John-Stewart (ed.). 2020 (forthcoming). Smart Technologies and Fundamental Rights, Brill

Special Issues:

Articles:

  • Gordon, John-Stewart. 2018. What Do We Owe to Intelligent Robots?, in AI & Society, Online first, 04.2018 [Link]
  • Gordon, John-Stewart. 2019. Building Moral Robots: Ethical Pitfalls and Challenges, in Science and Engineering Ethics, Online first, 01.2019 [Link]
  • Kiršienė, Julija and Gruodytė, Edita. 2019. The Highest Rate of Public Trust in Judiciary in Twenty Years in Lithuania: Trend or Coincidence?, in International and Comparative Law Review, volume 19, no. 1, pp. 125–145, 2019 DOI: 10.2478/iclr-2019-0004 [Pdf]
  • Kiršienė, Julija, Gruodytė, Edita, and Amilevičius, Darius. 2020 (forthcoming). From Computerised Thing to Digital Being: Mission (Im)possible?, in AI and Law – Ethical, Legal, and Socio-Political Implications, edited by John-Stewart Gordon, special issue, AI & Society
  • Mosakas, Kęstutis. 2020 (forthcoming). On the Moral Status of Social Robots: Considering the Consciousness Criterion, in AI and Law – Ethical, Legal, and Socio-Political Implications, edited by John-Stewart Gordon, special issue, AI & Society
  • Shim, Yongwoon, Lee, Heejin, and Fomin, Vladislav. 2019. What benefits couldn’t ‘Joyn’ enjoy? The changing role of standards in the competition in mobile instant messengers in Korea, in Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Volume 139, 02.2019. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2018.09.007

Book Chapters:

  • Amilevičius, Darius. 2020 (forthcoming). Machine Bias and Fundamental Rights, in Smart Technologies and Fundamental Rights, edited by John-Stewart Gordon, N.N., Brill
  • Fomin, Vladislav. 2020 (forthcoming). The Shift from Traditional Computing Systems to Artificial intelligence and the Implications for Bias, in Smart Technologies and Fundamental Rights, edited by John-Stewart Gordon, N.N., Brill
  • Gordon, John-Stewart. 2020 (forthcoming; reprint). What Do We Owe to Intelligent Robots?, in Smart Technologies and Fundamental Rights, edited by John-Stewart Gordon, N.N., Brill
  • Kiršienė, Julija and Malinauskas, Vygantas. 2020 (forthcoming). AI in the Context of Prevailing Privacy Concepts: In Search of a New Approach, in Smart Technologies and Fundamental Rights, edited by John-Stewart Gordon, N.N., Brill
  • Mosakas, Kęstutis. 2020 (forthcoming). Machine Moral Standing: In Defence of the Standard Properties-based View, in Smart Technologies and Fundamental Rights, edited by John-Stewart Gordon, N.N., Brill

Other:

  • Amilevičius, Darius and Fomin, Vladislav. 2018. Reducing Gender Bias in Data for Lithuanian, 10th International Conference “Data analysis methods for software systems” – DAMSS 2018: Druskininkai, Lithuania, November 29 – December 1, 2018 / Lithuanian Computer Society. Vilnius University Institute of Data Science and Digital Technologies. Lithuanian Academy of Sciences. Druskininkai: Vilnius University, 2018, 96 p. ISBN: 978-609-07-0043-3. Published Online 2018-11-29. DOI: https://doi.org/10.15388/DAMSS.2018.1