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Starke, Georg Michael Joachim. Trusting Black-Box Algorithms? Ethical Challenges for Biomedical Machine Learning. 2022, Doctoral Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Science.


Starke, Georg and De Clercq, Eva and Borgwardt, Stefan and Elger, Bernice Simone. (2021) Computing schizophrenia: ethical challenges for machine learning in psychiatry. Psychological medicine, 51 (15). pp. 2515-2521.

Starke, Georg and De Clercq, Eva and Borgwardt, Stefan and Elger, Bernice Simone. (2021) Why educating for clinical machine learning still requires attention to history: a rejoinder to Gauld; et al. Psychological medicine, 51 (14). pp. 2512-2513.

Starke, Georg and De Clercq, Eva and Elger, Bernice S.. (2021) Towards a pragmatist dealing with algorithmic bias in medical machine learning. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 24 (3). pp. 341-349.

Starke, Georg. (2021) The Emperor's New Clothes? Transparency and Trust in Machine Learning for Clinical Neuroscience. In: Clinical Neurotechnology meets Artificial Intelligence. Cham, pp. 183-196.

Starke, Georg and van den Brule, Rik and Elger, Bernice Simone and Haselager, Pim. (2021) Intentional machines: A defence of trust in medical artificial intelligence. Bioethics, 36 (2). pp. 154-161.


Zimmermann, Bettina and Starke, Georg and Shaw, David and Elger, Bernice and Koné, Insa. (2020) Actionability and scope should determine the extent of counselling for presymptomatic genetic testing. Swiss Medical Weekly, 150. w20274.

Mulej Bratec, Satja and Bertram, Teresa and Starke, Georg and Brandl, Felix and Xie, Xiyao and Sorg, Christian. (2020) Your presence soothes me: a neural process model of aversive emotion regulation via social buffering. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 15 (5). pp. 561-570.


Martani, Andrea and Starke, Georg. (2019) Personal responsibility for health: the impact of digitalisation. Journal of Medical Law and Ethics, 7 (3). pp. 241-258.