A selection of videos with lectures by / interviews with DDFV researchers.
- design for accountability
- design for transparency
- Design for Values
- design for sustainability
- Responsible Innovation
- design for happiness
- design for democracy
- Design for safety
- Design for economic welfare
- Social Design
Meaningful Human Control Over Autonomous Systems (Filippo Santoni De Sio, 2018)
DDFV researcher Filippo Santoni de Sio talks about his work on the responsible design of autonomous weapon systems.
Designing AI For Meaningful Human Control (Aimee Van Wynsberghe, 2018)
Interview with Aimee van Wynsberghe, DDFV researcher and co-founder of the Foundation for Responsible Robotics. At the 2018 AI for Good summit she spoke about the importance of ethics and designing for values in artificial intelligence.
Three Principles On Which AI Development Should Be Based (Virginia Dignum, 2017)
At the recent AI for Good Global Summit (7-9 June 2017 in Switzerland) DDFV member Virginia Dignum discussed accountability, responsibility, and transparency (ART for short) as the three principles on which AI development should be based.
Social Design As A New Discipline (Nynke Tromp, 2016)
DDFV researcher Nynke Tromp argues that social design is a new discipline that requires its own logic and principles.
Responsible Innovation: Basic Idea And Its Applications (Jeroen Van Den Hoven, 2016)
In this talk DDFV scientific director Jeroen van den Hoven, one of the architects of the program on Responsible Innovation of the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, introduces the approach.
What Design Can Do (Paul Hekkert, 2015)
DDFV member Paul Hekkert speaking at a 2015 event of What Design Can Do (WDCD). This international organisation was initiated in 2011 as a platform to showcase design as a catalyst of change and as a way of addressing the societal questions of our time.
Responsible Innovation And The Built Environment (Jeroen Van Den Hoven, 2015)
Jeroen van den Hoven, scientific director of the DDFV Institute, talks about the importance of responsible innovation in areas such as transport, port extensions, and urban development.
Value Sensitive Design And Infrastructures (Jeroen Van Den Hoven, 2014)
DDFV scientific director Jeroen van den Hoven introduced design for values / value sensitive design as a useful perspective for those interested in thinking about the societal ad ethical aspects of engineering design and especially infrastructure projects.
The Values At Stake In Nuclear Energy Production (Behnam Taebi, 2014)
DDFV member Behnam Taebi is an ethicist of technology who has shown that different types of nuclear power plants score differently on important values such as safety, sustainability and welfare.
The Dutch Approach To Responsible Innovation And Value Sensitive Design (Jeroen Van Den Hoven, 2014)
Key note address of DDFV scientific director Jeroen van den Hoven on recent experiences with responsible innovation and value sensitive design in The Netherlands.
Disrupting Democracy; A Simple Change With Big Impact (Nynke Tromp, 2012)
DDFV member Nynke Tromp is intrigued by how products can change behavior without people being aware of it. In her research she aims to develop the knowledge to design this implicit influence in order to facilitate pro-social behavior. This knowledge allows designers to contribute positively in counteracting the pressing social problems we face today, like obesity, depletion of resources, immigration issues - and democracy.
Engineering Solutions For Value Conflicts (Jeroen Van Den Hoven, 2012)
DDFV scientific director Jeroen van den Hoven explains how value conflicts can be a driver of innovation, and how engineering solutions are sometimes able to solve value conflicts, for example between privacy and security.