Related Reports and Outputs


Report on Interim Insights from Tokyo Workshops


Andrew McStay

  • McStay, A. (2018) Emotional Ai: The Rise of Empathic Media. London: Sage.Sample Chapter.
  • McStay, A. (2017) An Ethical Intervention into Conscious CitiesConscious Cities.
  • McStay, A. (2017) Privacy And The Media. London: Sage. (See Chapter 10 Empathic Media: Towards Ubiquitous Emotional Intelligence). 
  • McStay, A. (2017) “Micro-Moments, Liquidity, Intimacy and Automation: Developments in Programmatic Ad-Tech”. In G. Siegert and M.B. Von Rimscha (Eds) Commercial Communication in the Digital Age – Information or Disinformation? Berlin: De Gruyter. Click here
  • McStay, A. (2017) "The Mood Of Information in an Age of Empathic Media". In J.F. Hamilton, R. Bodle and E. Korin (Eds) Explorations in Critical Studies of Advertising, P. 235-247. New York: Routledge. Click here
  • McStay, A. (2016) Empathic Media and Advertising: Industry, Policy, Legal and Citizen Perspectives (The Case for Intimacy), Big Data & Society, (Pre-Publication): 1-11. Click here
  • McStay, A. (2016) Digital Advertising (2nd Ed). London: Palgrave-Macmillan. (See Chapter 11 On 'Emotiveillance') 
  • McStay, A. (2014) Privacy and Philosophy: New Media And Affective Protocol. New York: Peter Lang. (See Chapter 7 On Heidegger, Moods And Empathic Media)
  • Taylor, S. et al. (eds). Opinion Forming in the Digital Age: Fake News, Echo Chambers and Populism - Key Themes, Concerns & Recommendations for European Research and Innovation. European Commission (Bakir and McStay were expert contributors)

Vian Bakir

Peter Mantello

  • Mantello, Peter. "The Machine that Ate Bad People: The ontopolitics of the pre-crime assemblage". Big Data and SocietyJuly-December 2016, Vol.3-2. (1-11)
  • Mantello, Peter. Medusa's Gaze: Technology, Terrorism and the Politics of Horror, Routledge (May 2019)
  • Mantello, Peter. Policing the Future: Technology, Criminality and Law Enforcement in Pre-Crime Society, Routledge (May 2019)

Lachlan Urquhart

  • L Urquhart, N Jager and H Schnadelbach (2019) Adaptive Architecture: Regulating Human Building Interaction’, International Review of Law, Computers & Technology  DOI (Published)
  • L Urquhart, A Crabtree and T Lodge (2018) ‘Demonstrably Doing Accountability for the Internet of Things’ International Journal of Law and Information Technology DOI 10.1093/ijlit/eay015 (Published)
  • L Urquhart (2018) ‘Ethical Dimensions of User Centric Regulation’ ACM Computers and Society, 47(4), 81-95 DOI – 10.1145/3243141.3243151 (Published)
  • L Urquhart and T Rodden (2017) ‘New Directions in Information Technology Law: Learning from Human-Computer Interaction’ International Review of Law, Computers and Technology: Special Edition on Algorithms and Law 31(2), 1-20. DOI - 10.1080/13600869.2017.1298501 (Published)
  • L Urquhart, D Reedman Flint and N Leesakul (2019) ‘Responsible Domestic Robotics’ Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics (Accepted – In Press)
  • E. Luger, L Urquhart, T. Rodden & M. Golembewski (2015) ‘Playing the Legal Card: Using Ideation Cards to Raise Data Protection Issues within the Design Process’ Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '15), Seoul, Korea, 18-23 April 2015. DOI - 10.1145/2702123.2702142 (Published)
  • L Urquhart and L Edwards (2016) ‘Privacy in Public Spaces: What Expectations of Privacy Do We Have in Social Media Intelligence?’ International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 24 (3), 279-310. DOI (Published)
  • L Urquhart and D McAuley (2018) - ‘Avoiding the Internet of Insecure Industrial Things’ Computer Law & Security Review. DOI - 10.1016/j.clsr.2017.12.004 (Published)
  • L Urquhart, D McAuley and N Sunil (2018) ‘Realising the EU Right to Data Portability for Domestic Internet of Things’ Personal & Ubiquitous Computing: Sp. Ed. Privacy by Design & the Internet of Things 2(2) 317-332.  DOI - 10.1007/s00779-017-1069-2 (Published)
  • J Jacobs, F Abbott, D Price, L Urquhart (2019) ‘Performing the Future: Risk, Uncertainty & Artistic Process’ Journal of Risk Research. DOI 10.1080/13669877.2019.1569104 (Published)