Publications

Lähteenoja, V., & Karhu, K. (2023) “The virtuous smart city: Bridging the gap between ethical principles and practices of data-driven innovation“. Data & Policy, 5, E15. https://doi.org/10.1017/dap.2023.9

Lähteenoja, V. (2023) “What are “personal data spaces”?” In Companion Proceedings of the ACM Web Conference 2023 (WWW ’23 Companion). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, 1458–1461. https://doi.org/10.1145/3543873.3587656

Lähteenoja, V. (2023) “Four things everyone should know about the fair data economy“. Sitra. (Article)

Lähteenoja, V. (2022) “Personal data and MyData“. Digital Humanities and Social Sciences educational video series. University of Helsinki. (Video)

Lähteenoja, V., Bettinger, K. & Ferrari, J. (2021) “Empowered Data Societies: A Human-Centric Approach to Data Relationships”. World Economic Forum. (PDF)

Lähteenoja, V. & Sepp, S. (2021) “The State of MyData 2021”. MyData Global. (PDF)

Lähteenoja, V., Flanagan, A. J., & Warren, S. (2021) “On the importance of human-centricity and data”. World Economic Forum. (PDF)

Poikola, A., Kuikkaniemi, K., Kuittinen, O., Honko, H., Knuutila, A., & Lähteenoja, V. (2020) “MyData – An introduction to human-centric use of personal data” (3rd, revised edition, edited by Viivi Lähteenoja). Ministry of Transport and Communications, Finland. (PDF)

Langford, J., Poikola, A., Janssen, W., Lähteenoja, V., & Rikken, M. (eds.) (2020) “Understanding MyData operators”. (PDF)

McGillivray, B., Hengchen, S., Lähteenoja, V., Palma, M., & Vatri, A. (2019) “A computational approach to lexical polysemy in Ancient Greek”. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities: DSH. 34, 4, p. 893–907 15 p.

Tolonen, M., Marjanen, J., Kanner, A., Mäkelä, E., Lahti, L., Vaara, V., Roivainen, H., Tarkka-Robinson, L., & Lähteenoja, V. (2017) “OCTAVO – Analysing Early Modern Public Communication” [poster]. Presented in Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School.

Tolonen, M., Lahti, L., Silva, J. F., Laine, M-P., & Lähteenoja, V. (2017) “Alchemy & algorithms: perspectives on the philosophy and history of open science”. Research Ideas and Outcomes. 3, 11 p., e13593.