Many of our interactions in the twenty-first century - both good and bad - take place by means of institutions, technology, and artefacts. We inhabit a world of implements, instruments, devices, systems, gadgets, and infrastructures. Technology is not only something that we make, but is also something that in many [...]
This course will help you implement our Responsible Innovation approach and ensure the viability of your business. In this online course you will learn how to operationalize leadership to get all stakeholders on board and get things done.
Through a combination of short online lectures given by design and innovation experts, practical exercises, webinars and individualized feedback, you will learn the concept and principles of Design for Values and how to use this approach effectively for your organization’s innovation strategy and societal responsibilities.
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 propose alternative ways to ensure ethical behavior by artificial systems.
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.
The TU Delft Ethics and Philosophy of Technology section is looking for a temporary lecturer in Ethics and Technology for a period of 3 years (initially 1 year with a prospect of 3 years total). This is a fulltime teaching position.