Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications

E. Hajric, "AI and Data Rights Considerations for U.S. Policy," in IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, vol. 40, no. 3, pp. 93-98, Sept. 2021, doi:10.1109/MTS.2021.3101924.

Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings

E. Hajric, "A Commentary on Covid-19 Contact-Tracing Apps and Broader Societal Implications of Technosolutionism," 2020 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS), 2020, pp. 330-338, doi: 10.1109/ISTAS50296.2020.9462243. 

Congressional Reports:

Government Accountability Office (GAO) Congressional Reports:

Facial Recognition Technology: Privacy and Accuracy Issues Related to Commercial Uses (July 13, 2020) [GAO-20-522]

5G Wireless: Capabilities and Challenges for an Evolving Network (Technology Assessment) (November 24, 2020) [GAO-21-26SP]


Society for Social Studies of Science (4s) 2nd Annual Meeting (4S/ESOCITE): Sensing Sociotechnical Imaginaries through IoT Poles December 7th-10th, 2022, Cholula, Mexico, virtual

4th International Conference on Anticipation: Feminist anticipation across layers of smartness: Social implications and risks, Curated Session in collaboration with Toby Schulruff, Farah Najar Arevalo, November 2022, Arizona State University In-Person

2022 IEEE International Symposium on Digital Privacy and Social Media (ISDPSM 2022) Digital Privacy and the ‘Smart’ Campus August 2022, virtual

Governance of Emerging Technologies & Science (GETS): Regulatory Gaps in Data Protection on Smart Campuses in the United States: IoT Poles as a Sociotechnical Case Study, May 2022, Arizona State University, In-Person

14th Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security (SINS20): Data Governance: The Ownership Problem; February 2021, Arizona State University, Virtual

Society for Social Studies of Science (4s) Annual Meeting, Neuralink Insights for Data Governance and the Role of Sociotechnical Imaginaries in the Smart City; October 2021, Toronto, Virtual

American Association of Geographers (AAG) Geoethics Webinar: Emerging Location-based Services and Technologies, GeoSurveillance and Social Justice Issues, The ‘Smart Campus’ and Geo-Surveillance ; August 2021 American Geographers Association, Virtual

IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS20): A Commentary on Covid-19 Contact-Tracing Apps and Broader Societal Implications of Technosolutionism, AI & Data Rights for US Policy Consideration; November 2020, Arizona State University, Virtual

*Peer-reviewed acceptance to Society for Social Studies of Science (4s) Meeting (4S/ESOCITE) 2020, AI and Data Ownership Considerations, August 2020, Prague, Czech Republic, but did not present due to pandemic. 

Governance of Emerging Technologies and Science (GETS) 2019 Conference, Future Regulatory Considerations for Non-Medical Implantable Devices (RFID chips); May 2019, Sandra Day O’Connor Law School, Phoenix, Poster Presentation

Invited Talks

National Science Policy Network, Data Diplomacy Series Pillar: Diplomacy for Data, Duke University, February 21st 2023, Invited Panelist

*Arizona State University, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory: SFIS Future in 2052, Spring 2022Invited Panelist–*declined due to pandemic

Arizona State University, University Technology Office: Data Privacy Day January 27th, 2022 Invited Panelist

Public Interest Technologies University Network (PIT-UN): Graduate Student Panelist; November 2020, New America

Public Exhibits & Workshops

EMERGE: A Festival of Futures: Can We Make it? Should We Make It? In collaboration with Martin Perez-Comisso, Dr. Lauren Keeler, John Nelson, Steven Weiner, Jan Cordero, and Sean McAllister; May 2019, Tempe, Arizona, Public Interactive Exhibit using Emoji as a Technology Assessment

4S Prague 2020 Making & Doing Workshop: engagement/ Digital object:

Knowledge Mobilization Project-video collaboration with Dr. Andrew Maynard for Risk Bites: Anticipated Ethical Considerations of Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI)


Smart City Report-collaboration with LAP598/Dr. Paul Coseo; research report on mental health as a sustainability issue with attention to ethical considerations of smart city technologies and scenario forecasting for 2030, 2050, and 2070.