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Dr Karen Elliott
Dr Marwa Elnahass
Dr Jan Smeddinck
Early Warning Signs of a Mental Health Tsunami: A Coordinated Response to Gather Initial Data Insights From Multiple Digital Services Providers2021
Dr Tasos Spiliotopoulos
Dave Horsfall
Dr Magdalene Ng
Dr Kovila Coopamootoo
Professor Aad van Moorsel
et al.
Identifying and Supporting Financially Vulnerable Consumers in a Privacy-Preserving Manner: A Use Case Using Decentralised Identifiers and Verifiable Credentials2021
Dr Magdalene Ng
Dave Horsfall
Dr Kovila Coopamootoo
Professor Aad van Moorsel
Dr Karen Elliott
et al.
In pursuit of socially-minded data-intensive innovation in banking: A focus group study of public expectations of digital innovation in banking2021
Dr Karen Elliott
Dr Tasos Spiliotopoulos
Dr Magdalene Ng
Dr Kovila Coopamootoo
Professor Aad van Moorsel
et al.
Towards an Equitable Digital Society: Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Corporate Digital Responsibility (CDR)2021
Dr Mhairi Aitken
Dr Ehsan Toreini
Peter Carmichael
Dr Kovila Coopamootoo
Dr Karen Elliott
et al.
Establishing a social licence for Financial Technology: Reflections on the role of the private sector in pursuing ethical data practices2020
Dr Mhairi Aitken
Dr Magdalene Ng
Dr Ehsan Toreini
Professor Aad van Moorsel
Kumaran Coopamootoo
et al.
Keeping it Human: A Focus Group Study of Public Attitudes Towards AI in Banking2020
Dr Magdalene Ng
Kumaran Coopamootoo
Dr Ehsan Toreini
Dr Mhairi Aitken
Dr Karen Elliott
et al.
Simulating the Effects of Social Presence on Trust, Privacy Concerns & Usage Intentions in Automated Bots for Finance2020
Dr Ehsan Toreini
Dr Mhairi Aitken
Dr Kovila Coopamootoo
Dr Karen Elliott
Professor Aad van Moorsel
et al.
The relationship between trust in AI and trustworthy machine learning technologies2020
Dr Karen Elliott
Knowledge Protection in Firms: A Conceptual Framework and Evidence from HP Labs2019
Dr Karen Elliott
Dr Robert Newbery
Intangible behaviours in University spin out activities: a configurational approach2018
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