10 October 2019
Marijn Janssen one of 100 most influential people in digital government 2019
TPM researcher Marijn Janssen is listed in the top 100 of the world's 100 most influential people in digital government by Apolitical. The list commends a formidable variety of international change-makers driving digital transformation in government and seeks to shine a light on the important work of both high-profile innovators and those toiling behind the scenes of this digital revolution.
19 September 2019
Responsible innovation for a better society: a roadmap for companies
New technologies like nanotechnology, synthetic biology, internet of things, robotics, artificial intelligence, and autonomous vehicles have an increasing impact on our everyday life, our society, and the environment. This means that companies have to innovate responsibly and include societal values – such as privacy, safety, sustainability, fair distribution of risks and benefits and inclusiveness – in the development strategy of innovative products. This is known as ‘Responsible Research and Innovation’ (RRI).
19 September 2019
TU Delft students participate in World Class The Hague Program
For the first time seventeen selected students from the TU Delft master Engineering and Policy Analysis (EPA) will participate in the World Class Program organised by the Municipality of The Hague.
TPM in the media
07 October 2019
Hans de Bruijn in Trouw about 'Framing’ (column)
Hans de Bruijn has a weekly column about 'framing' in Trouw. Read the latest columns.
13 August 2019
Aimee van Wynsberghe in Computer weekly about Most influential women in UK tech
In its search for the most influential women in UK technology, each year Computer Weekly asks the tech industry to nominate who it thinks should be considered for the top 50. Robot ethicist Aimee van Wynsberghe of TU Delft is on the longlist for 2019.
12 August 2019
Aimee van Wynsberghe in Holland Herald about Robot ethics
Assistant professor and robot ethicist Aimee van Wynsberghe of TU Delft says we should not worry about robots taking over humanity. But we do need to develop moral codes when it comes to robotics and artificial intelligence.