Mantello, P., Ho MT, Nguyen, HM, Vuong, QH (2023) Machines that feel: Behavioral determinants of attitude towards affect recognition technology. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications (HSSCOMS), 8(1), 1-14. Nature. (Q1)
Mantello, P., Ho MT (2023) Losing the Information War to Adversarial AI. AI and Society, Springer Nature. (Q1) https://doi.org/10.1007/s00146-023-01674-5
Ho, MT., Mantello, P (2023) Smart technologies and how they create the reality feared by Orwell and Huxley, AI and Society, Springer Nature. (Q1) doi.org/10.1007/s00146-023-01652-x
Ho, MT., Mantello, P (2023), An analytical framework for studying attitude towards emotional AI: The three-pronged approach, MethodsX, Elsevier (Q2). doi.org/10.1016/j.mex.2023.102149.
Mantello, P., Ho MT, (2023) Emotional AI and the Future of Wellbeing in the Post-Pandemic Workplace, AI and Society, Springer Nature. (Q1)
Mantello, P., Ho MT, Podoletz, L (2023) ‘Automating Extremism: Mapping The Affective Role of Artificially Intelligent Agents in Online Radicalisation’ in Pashentsev Malicious Use of Artificial Intelligence, Palgrave McMillan. (Q1)
Ho MT, Ngoc-Thang, B., Mantello, P., M-Toan Ho, Ghotbi, N. (2023) Understanding the acceptance of emotional artificial intelligence in Japan healthcare system: A survey of clinic visitors’ attitude, Technology in Society, Elsevier (Volume 72). (Q1)
Mantello, P. & Ho, MT (2022) Why We Need to Be Weary of Emotional AI, AI and Society (Springer Nature). (Q1)
Bakir, V., Ghotbi, N., Ho, MT., Laffer, A., Mantello, P., McStay, A., Miranda, D., Miyashita, H., Podoletz, L., Urquhart, L. (2022), ‘Emotional AI in the Cities: Cross-cultural Lessons from the UK and Japan on Designing for Ethical Life’ in Carta, S., Machine Learning and the City: Applications in Architecture and Urban Design, Wiley (pages 621-629).
Ho MT., Mantello, P., Nguyen, MH, Nguyen HK, Vuong, QH (2022) Mapping Gen Z opinions of non-conscious data collection: Rethinking Technological Acceptance in the age of Emotional AI, Technology in Society, Vol 70. Elsevier. (Q1)
Ho, MT. What is a Turing test for emotional AI?. AI & Society (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00146-022-01571-3 (Springer Nature, WOS 2020 JCI 0.28)(2020 CiteScore 2.3)(SCImago Q1 h-index 29)
Ho, M.T. Thinking about the mind-technology problem. AI & Soc (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00146-022-01485-0 (SNIP 1.12; IF 0.47, Citescore 3.9, WoS and Scopus)
Ho, M. T., Mantello, P., Nguyen, H. K. T., & Vuong, Q. H. (2021). Affective computing scholarship and the rise of China: a view from 25 years of bibliometric data. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, 8(1), 1-14. Nature. (Q1)
Mantello, P., Manh, T. Vuong. (2021) Bosses without a Heart: A Bayesian analysis of socio-demographic and cross-cultural determinants of attitude toward Automated Management, AI and Society. Springer Nature. (Q1).
Mantello, P. (2021) Fatal Portraits: The Selfie as Agent of Radicalization, Sign Systems Studies, Tartu University Press, 2021 (Q2)
Mantello, P., Manh, T. Vuong. Q.H. (2021) “Attitudes of college students toward ethical issues of artificial intelligence in an international university in Japan”. ‘AI and Society’. Springer Nature https://doi.org/10.1007/s00146-021-01168-2 (Published by Springer Nature). (Q1).
Mantello, P. & Ponton, D. (2021). “Virality, Emotion and Public Discourse: The role of memes as prophylaxis and catharsis in an age of crisis” in Discourse and Rhetoric amid COVID 19 Pandemic:Dis/Articulating The ‘New Normal,’ special issue for Journal of Rhetoric and Communication E-Journal, Issue 47, Jan.46 ISSN 1341-4464.
Ghotbi N. and Ho MT. (2021). Moral Awareness of College Students Regarding Artificial Intelligence. Asian Bioethics Review, 13 (4). Doi: 10.1007/s41649-021-00182-2. ( Springer Nature, Scopus, Scimago Q2 Philosophy, Citescore: 0.249).
Ghotbi N, Ho MT, Mantello P. (2021) Attitude of college students towards ethical issues of artificial intelligence in an international university in Japan. AI & Society. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00146-021-01168-2 (Published by Springer Nature). (Q1 Philosophy, Scopus).
Ho MT. Book Review: Lisa F. Barrett’s How emotions are made: The secret life of the brain. Emotion, Space, and Society, 2021 (Published by Elsevier, Impact Factor: 1.65, Q1 Social Psychology Scopus) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.emospa.2021.100791
Tanaka H. 2021. The youth’s social media use and gender. Information and Communication Studies. (In press).
Tanaka, H. Forthcoming/2021. “Gender and Media.” Kadobayashi, Takeshi, and Masuda, Norihiro, eds. Critcal Words: Media Theory. Tokyo: Film Art, Inc.
Tanaka H. Forthcoming /scheduled 2021. “Digital Technology and Gender.” Gender Center, Meiji University, ed. Diversity and Creativity in the Twenty-first Century. Tokyo: Meiji University Press
Miyashita, H. The Right of Privacy: Why Personal Information Should Be Protected? (Iwanamishoten, 2021) [Japanese] ISBN: 9784004318682/ URL: https://www.iwanami.co.jp/book/b556137.html
Miyashita, H. (2020) Human-centric Data Protection Laws and Policies: A Lesson from Japan, Computer Law and Security Review. (Citescore: 4.9; Impact factor: 2.98; Q1 Computer Networks, Law, and Business) DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.clsr.2020.105487
Miyashita, H. Covid-19 and Data Protection in Japan, Blog droit européen, 31 July 2020. URL: https://blogdroiteuropeen.com/2020/07/31/covid-19-and-data-protection-in-japan-by-hiroshi-miyashita/
Miyashita, H. EU-Japan mutual adequacy decision, in EU- Japan Relations, eds. by Yumiko Nakanishi & Olivia Tambou (Open Access Book, 2020) pp.72-85. [English] URL: https://blogdroiteuropeen.com/2020/07/03/eu-japan-mutual-adequacy-decision-by-hiroshi-miyashita/