*Only English-language publications are listed here. For a complete list, please view the Japanese-language page.

Shineha, R. et al. (2024). A comparative analysis of attitudes toward genome-edited food among Japanese public and scientific community. PLOS ONE 19(4): e0300107.

Shineha, R., Takeda, K.F., Yamaguchi, Y., Koizumi, N.

Régis, C., Denis, J., Axente, M. L., Kishimoto, A. (Eds.). (2024). Human-Centered AI: A Multidisciplinary Perspective for Policy-Makers, Auditors, and Users. Chapman and Hall.

Catherine Régis, Jean-Louis Denis, Maria Luciana Axente, Atsuo Kishimoto(Eds.)

Katirai, A. et al. (2023). Situating the social issues of image generation models in the model life cycle: a sociotechnical approach. arXiv.

Katirai, A., Garcia, N., Ide, K., Nakashima, Y., Kishimoto A.

Ishida, S., & Shineha, R. (2023). In Defense of the Cultural Insensitivity of Neurorights. AJOB Neuroscience, 14(4): 385-387.

Ishida, S., & Shineha, R.

Ishida, S. et al. (2023). A comparative review on neuroethical issues in neuroscientific and neuroethical journals. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 17:1160611.

Ishida, S., Nishitsutsumi,Y., Kashioka, H., Taguchi, T., Shineha R.

Katirai, A. et al. (2023). Perspectives on artificial intelligence in healthcare from a Patient and Public Involvement Panel in Japan: an exploratory study. Frontiers in Digital Health, 5:1229308.

Katirai, A., Yamamoto, B.A., Kogetsu, A., and Kato, K.

Shineha, R. (2023) “What could be spoken?”: Lessons on disaster memories and narratives from the case of the Great East Japan Earthquake. The Korean Journal of History of Science, 45(2): 397-412.

Shineha, R.

Katirai, A. (2023). The ethics of advancing artificial intelligence in healthcare: Analyzing ethical considerations for Japan’s Innovative AI Hospital System. Frontiers in Public Health, 11.

Katirai, A.

Katirai, A. (2023). Ethical considerations in emotion recognition technologies: A review of the literature. AI and Ethics.

Katirai, A.

Kawamura,K, & Okazawa, R.(2023). Reading what is not there: ethnomethodological analysis of the membership category, action, and reason in novels and short stories, Human Studies, 46: 117-135.

Ken Kawamura, Ryo Okazawa