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Health data are one of the most sensitive types of data. And though the benefits of analyzing health data are manifold, the associated risks might be bigger, suggests Cory Robinson, Assistant Professor in Communication Design at Linköping University. [caption id="attachment_1894" align="alignright" width="300"] Photo: Nick Collins[/caption] There are...

Danish scientists in bioethics and philosophy are mapping ethical dilemmas in artificial intelligence (AI) science, developing a framework on responsible AI science and innovation practices, and building graduate studies in AI ethics. “Data usage is like fish farms, agriculture and forestry. It is part of our...

Both genetic and environmental factors contribute to longevity and the age we die at. It is often said that a third of the variation in our lifespan can be attributed to our genes. That another third is determined by our environment, the conditions we live...