Christian Detweiler

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The impact of ubiquitous technology and social media on our lives is rapidly increasing. We explicitly need to consider personal values affected or violated by these systems. Value-sensitive design can guide a designer in building systems that account for human values. However, the framework lacks clear steps to guide elicitation of stakeholders' values. We(More)
As software plays an increasingly important role in people's lives, the impact it has on their values frequently becomes apparent. Many software design methods address " soft issues " , but very few address values explicitly. We present six principles that design methods should meet in order to properly deal with values. One area in which adherence to(More)
A large amount of research attempts to define trust, yet relatively little research attempts to experimentally verify what makes trust needed in interactions with humans and technology. In this paper we identify the underlying elements of trust-requiring situations: (a) goals that involve dependence on another, (b) a perceived lack of control over the(More)
Software systems can give rise to ethical issues, with human values such as privacy, autonomy and responsibility at their heart. Such issues often do not become apparent until software has been put to use, and are left to be dealt with after harm has been done. However , these ethical issues are influenced by decisions made during design. A range of(More)
Ambient Intelligence Systems are complex, knowledge providing systems. The group of intended users typically comprises both various kinds of professionals and of laymen. In this chapter we address responsibility issues associated with the use and design of AmISs. We explain the connection between knowledge and responsibility, and use that connection to show(More)
This workshop brings together scholars and practitioners of human-centered computing, requirements engineering, ethics and related fields. We will share knowledge and insights on methods to account for human values in information technology design. Through short presentations, group discussions and practical design group work, participants will collaborate(More)