Co-shaping an ecosystem for responsible AI: five types of expectation work in response to a technological frame

Governing artificial intelligence (AI) requires cooperation, although the collaboration’s form remains unclear. Technological frames provide a theoretical perspective for understanding how actors interpret a technology and act upon its development, use, and governance. However, we …

What about investors? ESG analyses as tools for ethics-based AI auditing

Artificial intelligence (AI) governance and auditing promise to bridge the gap between AI ethics principles and the responsible use of AI systems, but they require assessment mechanisms and metrics. Effective AI governance is not only …

Why playing augmented reality games feels meaningful to players? The roles of imagination and social experience

Augmented reality (AR) games such as location-based games add virtual content on top of the real world. We investigate why playing these games feels meaningful to players by focusing on the dimensions of imagination and …

Fear of missing out (FoMO) among social media users: a systematic literature review, synthesis and framework for future research

Research examining the “fear of missing out” (FoMO) is increasingly prominent, with a growing number of studies exploring this phenomenon. Despite the increased academic interest, no attempts have been made to synthesize extant knowledge on …

What drives unverified information sharing and cyberchondria during the COVID-19 pandemic?

The World Health Organisation has emphasised that misinformation – spreading rapidly through social media – poses a serious threat to the COVID-19 response. Drawing from theories of health perception and cognitive load, we develop and …