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AI and Ethics at the Dutch Police – New White Paper

2019-07-11T20:53:49+02:00July 9th, 2019|Categories: Research updates|Tags: |

Researchers from the Delft Design for Values Institute, in collaboration with eLaw(Center for the Law and Digital Technologies) of Leiden University finalized a research consultancy project on “Artificial Intelligence and Ethics at the Dutch Police” by providing a whitepaper highlighting requirements for the responsible use of AI at the Police and a long-term research strategy.

Fair, Accountable, & Transparent Recommender System – Call for Papers

2019-05-27T12:49:23+02:00May 10th, 2019|Categories: Research updates|Tags: , , , |

The Journal of Personalization Research (UMUAI) has released a call for papers for a special issue on fair, accountable and transparent recommender systems. Nava Tintarev, member of the management team of the Delft Design for Values Institute (DDfV), is one of the guest editors for this issue. Its topic aligns well with the core DDfV research themes. Deadline for the submission of an extended abstract is 5 June 2019.

TU Delft Investigates the Influence of Digitization on Democracy

2019-01-23T15:45:33+02:00October 21st, 2018|Categories: Research updates|Tags: , , |

In the run-up to the Dutch municipal elections of 2018, a team of researchers from Delft University of Technology investigated the influence of digitization on Dutch parliamentary democracy. Aspects investigated included the role of political micro-targeting, 'bots' and algorithms, and the political debate on Twitter. This research was made possible by a subsidy from the parliamentary state committee

Responsible Autonomy in Artificial Intelligence

2019-04-13T17:24:19+02:00August 25th, 2017|Categories: Research updates|Tags: |

As intelligent systems are increasingly making decisions that directly affect society, perhaps the most important upcoming research direction in AI is to rethink the ethical implications of their actions. In a new paper DDFV Executive Director Virginia describes leading ethics theories and proposes alternative ways to ensure ethical behavior by artificial systems.

Three Principles on Which AI Development Should Be Based

2019-04-16T17:23:50+02:00June 20th, 2017|Categories: Research updates|Tags: , , , |

At the recent AI for Good Global Summit (7-9 June 2017 in Switzerland) DDFV executive director Virginia Dignum discussed accountability, responsibility, and transparency (ART for short) as the three principles on which AI development should be based.