PandevitA in PUBLICATIONS
Pandevita in PUBLICATIONS
A paper submitted by Seldağ Güneş Peschke and Lutz Peschke on "Artificial Intelligence and the new challenges for EU legislation" discussing artificial intelligence, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the new legal developments in EU legislation in the context of technological implementations was published.
In addition, Frans Folkvord, Lutz Peschke, Yasemin Gümüş Ağca, Seldağ Güneş Peschke, Alba Gallego, and Anni Karinsalo, among others, published their paper "Preferences in the intention to download a Covid tracing app: A Discrete Choice Experiment study in the Netherlands and Turkey" in Frontiers in Communications. This paper presents an experimental discrete choice study using an online survey in two countries, the Netherlands and Turkey, with four different attributes: (1) privacy (privacy vs. no information), (2) producer (government vs. corporate), (3) reward (no reward vs. voucher as reward), and (4) game (no game elements vs. game elements). Participants were recruited from a group of students.
In another study by Nildağ Başak Ceylan, Ayhan Kapusuzoğlu and Lutz Peschke, the impact of the Covid 19 pandemic on Turkey's macroeconomic indicators is examined and comparatively assessed using the quadruple helix model.
Another paper by Alba Gallego , Eugenio Gaeta, Anni Karinsalo, Lutz Peschke, Frans Folkvord and Eleni Kaldoudi, among others, addresses a novel approach to citizen science interventions and user engagement, based on motivation theory and behavioural science, which aims to provide a set of architectural components, technologies, tools and analytics to assess citizen activities, system performance and stakeholder-related Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in an observational manner to study target participant motivation, user engagement and long-term retention.