Chirag Arora is a PhD researcher at the department of Philosophy and Ethics at the Eindhoven University of Technology. His current research critically examines ethical issues related to digital health technologies and healthcare datafication. This ethical investigation includes questions concerning: privacy of users of digital health technologies, use of digital health technologies as epistemic tools, and role of consumer oriented health technologies in exacerbating power asymetrries in healthcare research as well as health policy. Chirag is particularly interested in the field of data ethics as well as social epistemology. Chirag graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi with a Master and Bachelor degree in Biochemical Engineering and Biotechnology. He also graduated with distinction from the Philosophy of Science, Technology and Society Program at University of Twente, Netherlands. His thesis critically examined the notion of Internet architecture and gave a normative account of a future Internet architecture.
Recent Work on Moral RevolutionsAnalysis (2022)
Ethics of gamification in health and fitness-trackingInternational Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (2021)
Digital health fiduciariesEthics and Information Technology (2019)