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12 July 2021

Center for Safety in Healthcare is the co-winner of the AI lab competition

Center for Safety in Healthcare is the co-winner of the AI lab competition

The TPM AI-Lab post-doc competition was won by Saba-Hinrichs, Peter Roelofsma and Aaron Ding. Their submission aimed to create a Safe coach that will contribute to a good safety culture in hospitals.

29 June 2021

WHO issues first global report on Artificial Intelligence in health

WHO issues first global report on Artificial Intelligence in health

AI holds great promise for improving the delivery of healthcare and medicine worldwide, but only if ethics and human rights are put at the heart of its design, deployment, and use, according to new WHO guidance published today. It is WHO’s first global report on AI in health and presents six principles to ensure AI works for the public interest in all countries.

29 June 2021

New open access book on shaping an inclusive energy transition

New open access book on shaping an inclusive energy transition

A new open access book has been launched that makes a case for a socially inclusive energy transition. It illustrates how engineering and public policy professionals can contribute to shaping an inclusive energy transition, building on a socio-technical systems engineering approach. The book has been written by TPM researchers: Margot Weijnen, Zofia Lukszo and Samira Farahani. Aad Correljé, Ad van Wijk and researchers from other universities and institutes also contributed to the book.

27 June 2021

Matthew James Dennis on Horizon EU magazine about data divide in digital well-being

Matthew James Dennis on Horizon EU magazine about data divide in digital well-being

Matthew Dennis talks about his research into digital well-being in pandemic conditions.

21 June 2021

New EGE statement on ethics and governance for responsible future making

New EGE statement on ethics and governance for responsible future making

The European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EGE) published its Statement “Values for the future: the role of ethics in European and global governance”. Professor Jeroen van den Hoven is a member of EGE and rapporteur of this statement. The statement suggests that only a profoundly inclusive deliberation on values can ensure a shared, egalitarian and sustainable future making. The statement has been delivered to Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission.