Publications

Books

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

PhD-theses

  • Kestutis, Mosakas, Moral and Legal Rights for Intelligent Robots (work in progress, supervised by John-Stewart Gordon)
  • Astromskis, Paulius, Regulation Model of Electronic Persons (work in progress)

Special issues

  • Gordon, John-Stewart (guest editor). AI and Law - Ethical, Legal, and Socio-political Implications, in: AI & Society (work in progress)

Articles

  • Gordon, John-Stewart, What Do We Owe to Intelligent Robots?, in: AI & Society, 35, 2020: 209-223 (Online first, 04.2018, Link)
  • Gordon, John-Stewart, Building Moral Robots: Ethical Pitfalls and Challenges, in: Science and Engineering Ethics, 26, 2020: 141-157 (Online first, 01.2019, Link)
  • Kiršienė, Julija and Gruodytė, Edita, 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, 2019: 125–145, DOI: 10.2478/iclr-2019-0004 [Pdf]
  • Kiršienė, J., Kelley, C., Kiršys, D., & Žymančius, J., Rethinking the Implications of Transformative Economic Innovations: Mapping Challenges of Private Law, in:  Baltic Journal of Law & Politics, 12(2), 2019: 47-77.
  • Kiršienė, Julija, Gruodytė, Edita, and Amilevičius, Darius, From Computerised Thing to Digital Being: Mission (Im)possible?, in: AI & Society, Online first (2020)
  • Mosakas, Kęstutis, On the Moral Status of Social Robots: Considering the Consciousness Criterion, in: AI & Society, Online first (2020)
  • Shim, Yongwoon, Lee, Heejin, and Fomin, Vladislav, 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
  • Astromskė, Kristina, Peičius, Eimantas, and Astromskis, Paulius, Ethical and legal challenges of informed consent applying artificial intelligence in medical diagnostic consultations, in: AI & Society, Online first (2020)
  • Gordon, John-Stewart, Artificial Moral and Legal Personhood, in: AI & Society, Online first (2020)

Book chapters

  • Amilevičius, Darius, Machine Bias and Fundamental Rights, in: Smart Technologies and Fundamental Rights, edited by John-Stewart Gordon, Brill 2020: 334-365
  • Fomin, Vladislav, 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, Brill 2020: 316-333
  • Gordon, John-Stewart,  What Do We Owe to Intelligent Robots? (reprint), in: Smart Technologies and Fundamental Rights, edited by John-Stewart Gordon, Brill 2020: 17-47
  • Kiršienė, Julija and Malinauskas, Vygantas, 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, Brill 2020: 240-259
  • Mosakas, Kęstutis, Machine Moral Standing: In Defence of the Standard Properties-based View, in Smart Technologies and Fundamental Rights, edited by John-Stewart Gordon, Brill 2020: 73-100
  • Mosakas, Kęstutis and Gordon, John-Stewart, Introduction, in: Smart Technologies and Fundamental Rights, edited by John-Stewart Gordon, Brill 2020: 1-13
  • Dagiliene, Lina and Astromskis, Paulius, Regulation of Electronic Identification in Financial Services. Digital Identity and Financial Inclusion Dimensions, in: El Derecho Privado En El Nuevo Paradigma Digital, edited by Esther A. Amayuelas and Sergio C. Lapuente, Colegio Notarial de Cataluna Marcial Pons, 2020: 459-486.

Book reviews

  • Mosakas, Kęstutis, Review of Robot Rights by David J. Gunkel, in: AI & Society, Online first (2020)
  • Gordon, John-Stewart, Review of Artificial Intelligence: Reflections in Philosophy, Theology and the Social Sciences (Eds. Benedikt P. Göcke and Astrid Rosenthal-von der Pütten), in: AI & Society, Online first (2020)
  • Gordon, John-Stewart, Ageing Between Participation and Simulation (Eds. Joschka Haltaufderheide, Johanna Hovemann and Jochen Vollmann), in: Theoria, Online first (2020)

Others

  • Amilevičius, Darius and Fomin, Vladislav, 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
  • Mosakas, Kestutis, Smart technologies and fundamental rights: Brill’s interview with John-Stewart Gordon, in: AI & Society, Online first (2020)