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The Fundamentals of Policy Crowdsourcing
This article begins to answer the question of what is the state of the research on crowdsourcing for policymaking by collecting, categorizing, and situating an extensive body of the extant research. Expand
Governing autonomous vehicles: emerging responses for safety, liability, privacy, cybersecurity, and industry risks
It is revealed that, thus far, governments have in most instances avoided stringent measures in order to promote AV developments and the majority of responses are non-binding and focus on creating councils or working groups to better explore AV implications. Expand
Which Policy First? A Network-Centric Approach for the Analysis and Ranking of Policy Measures
In addressing various policy problems, deciding which policy measure to start with given the range of measures available is challenging and essentially involves a process of ranking the alternatives,Expand
Autonomous Vehicles for Smart and Sustainable Cities: An In-Depth Exploration of Privacy and Cybersecurity Implications
The efforts taken by federal governments in the US, the UK, China, Australia, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Germany, France, and the EU, and by US state governments to address AV-related privacy and cybersecurity risks are reviewed. Expand
Development of a novel framework for the design of transport policies to achieve environmental targets
A six-step framework to explore the space of alternative transport policies in order to achieve environmental targets is proposed and constitutes the first step towards the development of a general family of computer-based systems that support the design of policies to achieveEnvironmental targets – not only for transport, but also for other sectors such as energy and water. Expand
Tensions and antagonistic interactions of risks and ethics of using robotics and autonomous systems in long-term care
Abstract The dwindling informal care support structure for the older population and the shortage of skilled nursing care staff propelled the rise of robotics and autonomous systems as potentialExpand
The Governance of Risks in Ridesharing: A Revelatory Case from Singapore
An in-depth single case study on Singapore is presented and it is examined how the Singaporean government has addressed risks in ridesharing over time, helping to explore governance practices in other countries. Expand
Algorithmic decision-making in AVs: Understanding ethical and technical concerns for smart cities
This article investigates the ethical and technical concerns surrounding algorithmic decision-making in AVs by exploring how driving decisions can perpetuate discrimination and create new safety risks for the public. Expand
Smart City Governance in Developing Countries: A Systematic Literature Review
The review found that technology-enabled smart cities in developing countries can only be realised when concurrent socioeconomic, human, legal, and regulatory reforms are instituted. Expand
Governing the adoption of robotics and autonomous systems in long-term care in Singapore
ABSTRACT Robotics and autonomous systems have been dubbed as viable technological solutions to address the incessant demand for long-term care (LTC) across the world, which is exacerbated by ageingExpand