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    Japanese Conceptions of Privacy: An Intercultural Perspective. [REVIEW]Makoto Nakada & Takanori Tamura - 2005 - Ethics and Information Technology 7 (1):27-36.
    This paper deals with intercultural aspects of privacy, particularly with regard to important differences between Japanese and the Western views. This paper is based on our discussions with Rafael Capurro – a dialogue now represented by two separate but closely interrelated articles. The companion paper is broadly focused on the cultural and historical backgrounds of the concepts of privacy and individualism in “Western” worlds; our main theme focuses on different concepts of privacy in Japan and their sources in related aspects (...)
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    Reputation in the Cyberworld.Michael Eldred, Rafael Capurro, Johannes Britz, Thomas Hausmanninger, Michael Nagenborg, Makoto Nakada & Felix Weil - 2013 - International Review of Information Ethics 19:07.
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    Teaching Information Ethics.Elizabeth Buchanan, Dennis Ocholla, Rafael Capurro, Johannes Britz, Thomas Hausmanninger, Michael Nagenborg, Makoto Nakada & Felix Weil - 2010 - International Review of Information Ethics 14:12.
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    Ethics of Sharing.Felix Stalder, Wolfgang Sützl, Rafael Capurro, Johannes Britz, Thomas Hausmanninger, Michael Nagenborg, Makoto Nakada & Felix Weil - 2011 - International Review of Information Ethics 15:09.
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    Business Intelligence Meets Moral Intelligence.Mag Stefan Blachfellner, Rafael Capurro, Johannes Britz, Thomas Hausmanninger, Makoto Nakada & Marcus Apel - 2009 - International Review of Information Ethics 10:02.
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    On 'ICT and the City'.Michael Nagenborg, Anders Albrechtslund, Martin Klamt, D. Wood, Rafael Capurro, Johannes Britz, Thomas Hausmanninger & Makoto Nakada - 2010 - International Review of Information Ethics 12:2-5.
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    Robots Seen From the Perspectives of Japanese Culture, Philosophy, Ethics and Aida.Makoto Nakada - 2019 - In Thomas Taro Lennerfors & Kiyoshi Murata (eds.), Tetsugaku Companion to Japanese Ethics and Technology. Springer Verlag. pp. 161-180.
    It is often said that ethical discussion on robots, robotics and HRI is poor in Japan. However, this is only a superficial response. Although topics such as “autonomy ” or “responsibility ” are not “hot” topics, Japan is a country where different views on robots are commonly accepted. These views are often based on cultural and social traditions. In this chapter, we focus on Japanese robots and their philosophical and ethical backgrounds, examining the discussions by the authors such as Nishida (...)
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    Ethical Challenges of Ubiquitous Computing.Pd Dr Klaus Wiegerling, Rafael Capurro, Johannes Britz, Thomas Hausmanninger, Makoto Nakada & Marcus Apel - 2007 - International Review of Information Ethics 8.
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    Japanese Cultural and Ethical Ba (Locus) as the Place of New Sources for Technological and Social Innovation as Well as for Ethical Discussions on Robots and Life in the Information Era.Makoto Nakada - 2015 - Acm Sigcas Computers and Society 45 (3):240-247.
    In the first part of this paper, the author tries to analyze the crisis that Japanese people of today face, citing various statistical data provided by the Japanese government and the research groups interested in this problem including the author's research data themselves. This crisis means that Japan of today has to deal with a lot of serious situations such as the economic stagnation measured by the GDP growth, loss of export capacity of high-tech industries, the high suicide rate, the (...)
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