Ethics of Digital Do-It-Yourself
- The risks, social impact and ethical problems of Digital DIY are researched within the European research project Digitial DIY in "Horizon 2020" (2015-2017, 2.1M€). These issues are tackled by the research team of Prof. Vincent C. Müller (www.sophia.de) and Dr. Alexandre Erler at Anatolia College/ACT in Thessaloniki -
- Brief Explanation of the ethical issues
- The initial setup of ethics in DiDIY
- Policy patterns for ethical & legal issues that we identified
- Our DiDIY blog posts (inverse chronological order)
- DiDIY and product liability
- Some more thoughts on controlling the spread of digital information online
- It has happened: A legal ban on digital DIY files
- The ethics of 3D bioprinting
- The new digital revolution of Do-It-Yourself making: Research project on ethical impact at Anatolia College/ACT
- Digitally manufactured weapons: can they be controlled?
- The end of gun control: Digital DIY [with update]
- Literature on ethics of DiDIY
- Work in DiDIYtagged 'ethics' (esp. blog posts)
- Simpson, Thomas W. and Müller, Vincent C. (2015), 'Just war and robots’ killings', Philosophical Quarterly, online (07.08.2015).
- Müller, Vincent C. (2015), 'Gun control: A European perspective', Essays in Philosophy, 16 (2), 247-61.
- Müller, Vincent C. (2016), 'Autonomous killer robots are probably good news', in Ezio Di Nucci and Filippo Santoni de Sio (eds.), Drones and responsibility: Legal, philosophical and socio-technical perspectives on the use of remotely controlled weapons (London: Ashgate), 67-81.