The following papers will be available in the next issues.
These are the versions of papers sent to the copyeditor and are not meant to be the final version.
The cult of the quantifiable: the fetishism of numbers in higher education
The discourse of social innovation and gender equality
The change agent in innovation
Australian attitudes towards innovation, work and technology: towards a cultural
Neal Ryan, Michael Charles and David Tuffley
Mark Coeckelbergh, AI Ethics
Kean Birch and Fabian Muniesa (eds) Assetization: Turning Things into Assets in
Juan M. del Nido
Carissa Véliz, Privacy is Power: Why and How You Should Take Back Control of Your Data
and Scott Skinner-Thompson, Privacy at the Margins
Carl Benedikt Frey, The Technology Trap: Capital, Labor, and Power in the Age of
Yorick Wilks, Artificial Intelligence: Modern Magic or Dangerous Future?
Robert L. Klitzman, Designing Babies: How Technology is Changing the Ways we Create
Eric G. Swedin
Jeffrey A. Hall, Relating through Technology. Advances in Personal Relationships