This project is a collaboration that aims to (1) identify and analyze ethical and legal challenges in the use of digital phenotyping for mental health applications, (2) identify how values are embedded in technology design (including data collection and the use of AI), (3) develop and establish best practices and implementation for industry, and (4) inform development of practical guidance for conducting ethical consultation as collaboration between bioethics scholars and industry.
Ethical and Legal Challenges in the Use of Digital Phenotyping for Mental Health Applications
Nicole Martinez-Martin et al., Ethical Development of Digital Phenotyping Tools for Mental Health Applications: Delphi Study, Journal of Medical Internet Research, July 2021Read more
Nicole Martinez-Martin et al., Ethical issues in using ambient intelligence in health-care settings, The Lancet, February 2021Read more
Nicole Martinez-Martin et al., Digital Contact Tracing, Privacy, and Public Health, The Hastings Center Report, June 2020Read more
Nicole Martinez-Martin et al., Data mining for health: staking out the ethical territory of digital phenotyping, npj Digital Medicine, December 2018Read more