Activity diagram of technosocial platform for ethical review

Activity diagram of technosocial platform for ethical review

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With humans increasingly serving as computational elements in distributed information processing systems and in consideration of the profit-driven motives and potential inequities that might accompany the emerging thinking economy[1], we recognize the need for establishing a set of related ethics to ensure the fair treatment and wellbeing of online...

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... make that process quick, informative, and painless, we are integrating a new IRB process (see Figure 1) into the Civium environment. That means that instead of packaging up a description of an experiment for the IRB expert, the expert can enter into the sandbox with the researcher and examine the experiment to understand its design (see Figure 2 and 3 in the appendix) and see from the standpoint of a participant how it will actually work (see Figure 4 in the appendix). ...

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