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Adaptive Automation: Diversity, Wellbeing, Uncertainty & The Triple Bottom Line.
Cahill, Joan
Keyword(s): Ethics; Human factors; Technology; Creative Technologies; Digital Engagement; Digital Humanities; Identities in Transformation; Inclusive Society; Next Generation Medical Devices; Smart & Sustainable Planet; Human Factors & Ethics; Human Factors & Ethics Canvas; Accessibility; Health; Social services, interventions and supports
Publication Date:
2020
Type: Conference item
Peer-Reviewed: No
Language(s): English
Institution: Trinity College Dublin
Citation(s): Joan Cahill, Adaptive Automation: Diversity, Wellbeing, Uncertainty & The Triple Bottom Line., Women In Tech Series, Online, May 5 2020, 2020
Alternative Title(s): Women In Tech Series
Related Link(s): https://www.tcd.ie/cihs/projects/hfaecanvas.php
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