Jenny Krutzinna
Jenny Krutzinna
Researcher, Centre for Research on Discretion and Paternalism, University of Bergen
Verified email at uib.no
TitleCited byYear
Can a welfarist approach be used to justify a moral duty to cognitively enhance children?
J Krutzinna
Bioethics 30 (7), 528-535, 2016
52016
Enabling Posthumous Medical Data Donation: An Appeal for the Ethical Utilisation of Personal Health Data
J Krutzinna, M Taddeo, L Floridi
Science and Engineering Ethics, 2018
32018
The ethics of medical data donation
J Krutzinna, L Floridi
Springer International Publishing, 2019
12019
Beyond an Open Future: Cognitive Enhancement and the Welfare of Children
JI Krutzinna
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 26 (2), 313-325, 2017
12017
Cognitively enhanced children: the case for special needs and special regulatory attention
J Krutzinna
Law, Innovation and Technology 8 (2), 2016
12016
Clinical applications of machine learning algorithms: beyond the black box
DS Watson, J Krutzinna, IN Bruce, CEM Griffiths, IB McInnes, MR Barnes, ...
BMJ 364, l886, 2019
2019
An Ethical Code for Posthumous Medical Data Donation
J Krutzinna, M Taddeo, L Floridi
The Ethics of Medical Data Donation, 181-195, 2019
2019
Ethical Medical Data Donation: A Pressing Issue
J Krutzinna, L Floridi
The Ethics of Medical Data Donation, 1-6, 2019
2019
Atypical employment and disability in the digital economy: accountability gap leaves disabled app developers’ rights unprotected
JI Krutzinna, L Floridi
Law, Innovation and Technology 10 (2), 185-196, 2018
2018
The Ethics of Enhancement of Intellectual Abilities in Children: A Risk of Creating'Superhuman'Disabled?
JI Krutzinna
PQDT-UK & Ireland, 2017
2017
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