Katina Michael
Katina Michael
Professor, School for the Future of Innovation in Society and School of Computing and Augmented
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The pros and cons of RFID in supply chain management
K Michael, L McCathie
International Conference on Mobile Business (ICMB'05), 623-629, 2005
Big data: New opportunities and new challenges [guest editors' introduction]
K Michael, KW Miller
Computer 46 (6), 22-24, 2013
Transforming business using digital innovations: The application of AI, blockchain, cloud and data analytics
S Akter, K Michael, MR Uddin, G McCarthy, M Rahman
Annals of Operations Research, 1-33, 2022
Climate change and COP26: Are digital technologies and information management part of the problem or the solution? An editorial reflection and call to action
YK Dwivedi, L Hughes, AK Kar, AM Baabdullah, P Grover, R Abbas, ...
International Journal of Information Management 63, 102456, 2022
Factors affecting privacy disclosure on social network sites: an integrated model
F Xu, K Michael, X Chen
Electronic Commerce Research 13, 151-168, 2013
Machine ethics: The design and governance of ethical AI and autonomous systems [scanning the issue]
AF Winfield, K Michael, J Pitt, V Evers
Proceedings of the IEEE 107 (3), 509-517, 2019
The emerging ethics of humancentric GPS tracking and monitoring
K Michael, A McNamee, MG Michael
2006 International Conference on Mobile Business, 34-34, 2006
Algorithmic bias in data-driven innovation in the age of AI
S Akter, G McCarthy, S Sajib, K Michael, YK Dwivedi, J D’Ambra, ...
International Journal of Information Management 60, 102387, 2021
Social acceptance of location-based mobile government services for emergency management
A Aloudat, K Michael, X Chen, MM Al-Debei
Telematics and informatics 31 (1), 153-171, 2014
Control, trust, privacy, and security: evaluating location-based services
L Perusco, K Michael
IEEE Technology and society magazine 26 (1), 4-16, 2007
Location and tracking of mobile devices: Überveillance stalks the streets
K Michael, R Clarke
Computer Law & Security Review 29 (3), 216-228, 2013
Toward a state of überveillance [special section introduction]
MG Michael, K Michael
IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 29 (2), 9-16, 2010
Lend me your arms: The use and implications of humancentric RFID
A Masters, K Michael
Electronic Commerce Research and Applications 6 (1), 29-39, 2007
COVID-19 contact trace app deployments: Learnings from Australia and Singapore
R Abbas, K Michael
IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine 9 (5), 65-70, 2020
Social implications of technology: The past, the present, and the future
KD Stephan, K Michael, MG Michael, L Jacob, EP Anesta
Proceedings of the IEEE 100 (Special Centennial Issue), 1752-1781, 2012
Toward the regulation of ubiquitous mobile government: a case study on location-based emergency services in Australia
A Aloudat, K Michael
Electronic Commerce Research 11 (1), 31-74, 2011
Barriers to RFID adoption in the supply chain
N Huber, K Michael, L McCathie
2007 1st Annual RFID Eurasia, 1-6, 2007
Behind COVID-19 contact trace apps: The Google–Apple partnership
K Michael, R Abbas
IEEE Consumer electronics magazine 9 (5), 71-76, 2020
A research note on ethics in the emerging age of überveillance
MG Michael, SJ Fusco, K Michael
Computer communications 31 (6), 1192-1199, 2008
Algorithmic bias in machine learning-based marketing models
S Akter, YK Dwivedi, S Sajib, K Biswas, RJ Bandara, K Michael
Journal of Business Research 144, 201-216, 2022
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