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03 August 2017

Aad Correljé in AD over de brand bij Shell

Door brand bij de raffinaderij van Shell in Pernis ligt deze zeker twee weken plat.

03 July 2017

Aimee van Wynsberg in various media: Sex robots promise 'revolutionary' service but also risks, says study

20 April 2017

Jeroen van den Hoven in de Volkskrant over Facebook Live

Een nieuw incident legt Facebook andermaal onder het vergrootglas. Facebook belooft beterschap en strengere controle na de uitgezonden moord op zijn netwerk. Maar zijn die maatregelen afdoende? Nee, zeggen Nederlandse experts.

19 April 2017

Peter Ho op AD.nl over Zaken doen met Chinezen

Een economische samenwerking tussen Capelle en de Chinese stad Jiashan. Wat moeten bedrijven weten voordat ze in zee gaan met China?

03 April 2017

Geertje Bekebrede en Simon Tiemersma in TU Delta over TU Delft Gamelab

Het TU Delft gamelab won in december de European Serious Game Award 2016 met het spel Held. De ontwikkelaars maakten het in opdracht van de Hartstichting. Wat is hun kracht? Geertje Bekebrede en Simon Tiemersma aan het woord.

06 March 2017

Jeroen van den Hoven & Dirk Helbing in Scientific American: Will Democracy Survive Big Data and Artificial Intelligence?

We are in the middle of a technological upheaval that will transform the way society is organized. We must make the right decisions now.

11 January 2017

Ibo van de Poel in TU Delta about Educating Ethical Engineers

A new course called Professional ethics for engineers was recently launched by TU Delft Online Learning. The first in a series being offered, it is aimed at professional or chartered engineers.

07 November 2016

Kornelis Blok in The Jakarta Post: New coal technology won't solve climate woes

According to the World Coal Association (WCA) “high efficiency, low emissions” coal technology will allow Indonesia to “continue to use its coal resources”, whilst also meeting its international commitments to reducing greenhouse gas emissions. This is simply false: No new coal plants are compatible with the goal of keeping global temperature increases below 2 degrees Celsius.

04 November 2016

Makis Gravanis in Delta: A perplexing parking problem

A swiftly growing university. An ever increasing number of people who like driving their cars to campus. A finite number of parking spaces.

03 November 2016

Jathan Sadowski in The Guardian: Alarmed by Admiral's data grab? Wait until insurers can see the contents of your fridge

Jathan Sadowski, temporary lecturer in the section of ethics/philosophy of technology, has written an article on insurers and the internet of things that was published in the Guardian online.