Our Grants

Ethical and Legal Challenges in the Use of Digital Phenotyping for Mental Health Applications

Nicole Martinez-Martin, JD, PhD
Stanford University
Grant Type Making a Difference
Grant Cycle spring 2018
Duration 18 months
Amount $51,487

This project is a collaboration that aims to (1) identify and analyze ethical and legal challenges in the use of digital phenotyping for mental health applications, (2) identify how values are embedded in technology design (including data collection and the use of AI), (3) develop and establish best practices and implementation for industry, and (4) inform development of practical guidance for conducting ethical consultation as collaboration between bioethics scholars and industry.