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Despite the discussion about fully autonomous systems that might reach consciousness and substitute, simulate or even dominate human actors, it has also become an accepted fact that information technologies should serve the purpose of humans. They should, therefor, be designed human-centric. Yet a set of questions need further investigation, discussion, and development: 1) What is human-centricity in different contexts? 2) How can it be assessed? 3) How can it be realized and achieved? 4) What is its relation to other values?
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the 56th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences|
|Publication status||Published - 2023|
Bibliographical note S. Human, G. Neumann, and M. F. Peschl, “[how] can pluralist approaches to computational cognitive modeling of human needs and values save our democracies?, Intellectica, no. 70, pp. 165–180, 2019.
 S. Human, G. Neumann, and R. Alt, “Human-centricity in a sustainable digital economy,” in Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-54), pp. 4372–4373, 2021.
 S. Human, G. Neumann, and R. Alt, “A call for interdisciplinary research on applied human-centricity in a sustainable digital economy,” in Proceedings of the 55th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, pp. 4695–4696, 2022.
 E. K. Clemons, M. Schreieck, H. Krcmar, and T. Bui, “Social welfare computing and the management and regulation of new online business models,” Electronic Markets, pp. 1–4, 2022.
 H.Werthner, “From absolute nonsense to the world’s operating system,” Electronic Markets, vol. 32, no. 1, pp. 145–151, 2022.
 S. Human and F. Cech, “A Human-Centric Perspective on Digital Consenting: The Case of GAFAM,” in Human Centred Intelligent Systems (A. Zimmermann, R. J. Howlett, and L. C. Jain, eds.), Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, (Singapore), pp. 139–159, Springer, 2021.
 R. Alt, S. Human, and G. Neumann, “End-user empowerment in the digital age,” in Proceedings of the 53rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, pp. 4099–4101, 2020.
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