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13 October 2020

Police, TNO and TU Delft join forces on national security innovation

The Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO), the Dutch police force and TU Delft, headed by the TU Safety & Security Institute, are to begin collaboration on innovation in the field of national security. The three organisations are well acquainted, and already collaborate on a number of Safety & Security matters, such as detection, monitoring and cyber security.

07 October 2020

VTI joins project for Responsible Metal Industry in Europe

The mining and metal industry want to grow their metal value chains while encouraging a long-term shift towards climate-neutrality and sustainability. In doing so they play a vital role in the sustainability of EU’s climate technologies. They aim to ensure the highest protection of human and environmental health, addressing and reinforcing the relationship of the industry with the wider society. The SISTEM project: Social Innovation for Sustainable Treatment of European Metals will work in a public private collaboration to develop a framework to assess the values at stake in this process.

06 October 2020

TU Delft signs Safety Delta Netherlands covenant for a safe (petro) chemical industry

On 5 October, the (petro) chemical industry, science and the government will sign a covenant to work together on the safest (petro) chemical industry in the world.

18 September 2020

Filippo Santoni de Sio on about social robots

When are robots good for us? And how can they be bad for us? 'When people have the ability to choose freely, and choose to spend time with robots instead of people, that’s a legitimate choice. But the choice has to be authentically free — not just the result of market forces (like tech companies pushing us to adopt addictively entertaining robots) or other economic and social pressures', says Filippo Santoni de Sio, a tech ethics professor at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands.

07 July 2020

TPM AI-Lab website is live

Last week the TPM AI-Lab went live. Aimee van Wynsberghe, director of the TPM AI-Lab: ‘ I am extremely proud of the team at TPM to create an AI lab. We hope to enhance AI research across our Faculty and to showcase the fantastic multidisciplinary approach found at TPM’.