Toggle Main Menu Toggle Search

Open Access padlockePrints

Browsing publications by Dr Tanya Krupiy.

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Tanya Krupiy
Advice for academics interested in working in the Netherlands2022
Dr Tanya Krupiy
Law and media ecology at a tea party: engaging with the invisibilities within the law2022
Dr Tanya Krupiy
Mapping artificial intelligence and human intersections: why we need new perspectives on harm and governance in human rights2022
Dr Tanya Krupiy
The Modern Bill of Rights creates barriers to challenging algorithmic decisions2022
Dr Tanya Krupiy
A ban on using predictive policing to forecast human behaviour: a step in the right direction2021
Dr Tanya Krupiy
Meeting the chimera: how the CEDAW can address digital discrimination2021
Dr Tanya Krupiy
Protecting equality in the context of the proliferation of artificial intelligence technology2021
Dr Tanya Krupiy
Understanding digital discrimination: analysing Marshall McLuhan’s work through a human rights lense2021
Dr Tanya Krupiy
Why the proposed Artificial Intelligence Regulation does not deliver on the promise to protect individuals from harm2021
Dr Tanya Krupiy
A vulnerability analysis: Theorising the impact of artificial intelligence decision-making processes on individuals, society and human diversity from a social justice perspective2020
Dr Tanya Krupiy
Leaving the dice for play: a critique of the application of the law and economics lens to international humanitarian law2020
Dr Tanya Krupiy
The ascendance of artificial intelligence: how international human rights law protects human diversity2020
Dr Tanya Krupiy
The role of artificial intelligence decision-making processes in concealing inequality2019
Dr Tanya Krupiy
Modelling the rules of targeting2018
Dr Tanya Krupiy
Regulating a game changer: using a distributed approach to develop an accountability framework for lethal autonomous weapon systems2018
Dr Tanya Krupiy
Unravelling organisational power dynamics: towards a theory of accountability for crimes triggered by lethal autonomous weapon systems2017
Dr Tanya Krupiy
A Toolbox for the Application of the Rules of Targeting2016
Dr Tanya Krupiy
A case against making sole reliance on intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance technology to identify proposed targets2015
Dr Tanya Krupiy
Of souls, spirits and ghosts: transposing the application of the rules of targeting to lethal autonomous robots2015
Dr Tanya Krupiy
The evolution of international humanitarian law and the continuous dissension over the interpretation of the legal rules: an anthropological perspective2014