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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.
Jeroen van den Hoven, wetenschappelijk directeur van het Delft Design for Values Instituut, spreekt over het idee achter en de opbrengsten van het Maatschappelijk Verantwoord Innoveren-programma van NWO, een programma waarvan hij een van de grondleggers is.
A talk given at the workshop "Re-inventing society in the digital age", an on "Education 4.0, Mobility 4.0, Health Systems 4.0, Science 4.0, Innovation 4.0, Finance 4.0, Sustainability 4.0, Governments 4.0."
Is it possible or desirable to build moral principles into AI systems? When AI systems cause benefits or harm, who is morally responsible? A talk by DDFV Executive Director Virginia Dignum, who speaks (53:57) at a conference on “The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence.”
Catholijne Jonker, member of the DDFV Board of Directors, argues that the work reported during the annual Simultech conferences can and should play a key role in the upholding of the rights and obligations of all citizens, industries, NGOs, and governmental organisations of democracies.
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.
A key reason for the lack of international climate action is a political stalemate about justice: how should we share the economic burdens associated with cutting greenhouse gases internationally? DDFV researcher Behnam Taebi discusses how to break this stalemate.
DDFV Research 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.
Carola Hein highlights how broadly ingrained oil is in Western culture and in the structure of our cities. Using both historical and contemporary references, Hein suggests we need to better understand our “oil-derived urban environments” in order to address them at the local and architectural scales.