Carl Öhman
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The political economy of death in the age of information: A critical approach to the digital afterlife industry
C Öhman, L Floridi
Minds and Machines 27 (4), 639-662, 2017
482017
An ethical framework for the digital afterlife industry
C Öhman, L Floridi
Nature Human Behaviour 2 (5), 318-320, 2018
272018
Are the dead taking over Facebook? A Big Data approach to the future of death online
CJ Öhman, D Watson
Big Data & Society 6 (1), 2053951719842540, 2019
192019
Introducing the pervert’s dilemma: a contribution to the critique of Deepfake Pornography
C Öhman
Ethics and Information Technology, 1-8, 2019
72019
Prayer-bots and religious worship on twitter: A call for a wider research agenda
C Öhman, R Gorwa, L Floridi
Minds and machines 29 (2), 331-338, 2019
72019
The Grand Challenges of Death in the 21st Century
C Ohman
Swissfuture, Magazin für Zukunftsmonitoring, 16-18, 2018
32018
What if Facebook goes down? Ethical and legal considerations for the demise of big tech
C Ohman, N Aggarwal
Ethical and Legal Considerations for the Demise of Big Tech (November 27 …, 2019
22019
Are the dead taking over Facebook? A big data approach to the future of online death
C Ohman, D Watson
A Big Data Approach to the Future of Online Death (May 23, 2019). Big Data …, 2019
12019
Digital Ethics: Goals and Approach
C Öhman, D Watson
The 2018 Yearbook of the Digital Ethics Lab, 1-7, 2019
12019
A theory of temporal telepresence: Reconsidering the digital time collapse
C Öhman
Time & Society 29 (4), 1061-1081, 2020
2020
Are the dead taking over Facebook? A Big Data approach to the future of death online
D Watson, CJ Öhman
2019
The 2018 Yearbook of the Digital Ethics Lab
C Öhman, D Watson
Springer, 2019
2019
From Bones to Bytes: A New Chapter in the History of Death
C Öhman
The 2018 Yearbook of the Digital Ethics Lab, 167-182, 2019
2019
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