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Digital revolution vs digital pollution – can we have one without the other?
In an English-speaking panel entitled Soil, International Community and Digital Pollution, at the International Scientific Conference Laudato si’ – Towards Climate and Social Justice, Ana Tomičić presented pathways for reflexion in terms of ELSIs of emerging technologies, in particular in the field of health care. In her presentation entitled ” Digital revolution vs digital pollution – can we have one without the other?”, she argued for a path in the scholarship of digital health that transcends the academic dichotomy of technophobia and technophilia – a path towards ecopedagogical technovigilancy, and provided elements of a viable solution to aggregate its...

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Digit-HeaL member awarded for an essay
Anamaria Malešević, a research assistant and member of the Digit-HeaL team, won the first prize at the essay competition ‘Croatia 4.0’. The competition was organized by the Office of a Member of the European Parlament, Mr. Karlo Ressler. The call topic was European funds and opportunities for Croatia. The aim was to give ideas and guidelines for Croatia’s digital and green transformation with the record amount of European funds available. The proposed solution of digital Croatia, one click away from citizens, by Anamaria Malešević received the highest number of points and won first prize. The second prize winner is a second-year graduate student in...

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STS Conference Graz 2021
On Wednesday May 5th, Ana Tomičić and Anto Čartolovni participated to the STS Conference Graz 2021 – Critical lssues In Science, Technology and Society Studies. They presented the preliminary results of their study and answered a seemingly very simple question, as stated in the title of their presentation: Are we ready for digital phenotyping? Some critical...

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Digit-Heal – about us
Digital healthcare ethics laboratory (Digit-HeaL) is a research unit of the Catholic University of Croatia engaged in analysis of the ethical, social and legal aspects of digital technologies (i.e. Big data, Artificial intelligence etc.) use in healthcare. Digit-HeaL laboratory assembles interdisciplinary research group that will contribute to a constructive ethical reflexion and social analysis. The primary aim of the research group is throughout its activities contribute to the responsible innovation, development and implementation of digital technologies in healthcare. The Croatian Science Foundation (CSF) and Catholic University of Croatia (CUC) financed the...

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