The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has announced the new funding awards within its Gravitation programme, worth some €113 million. DDfV researchers are co-applicants in two of the six new programmes. TPM professors Sabine Roeser and Ibo van de Poel take part in the programme Ethics of Socially Disruptive Technologies. EWI professor Catholijn Jonker participates in the programme on Hybrid Intelligence: Augmenting Human Intellect.
From 13 to 17 May 2019, Dr. Elisabeth Lex will visit TU Delft at the invitation of the DDfV Institute. Her work on credibility assessment and trust in recommender systems allows us to translate our values concerning misinformation and filter bubbles into technological norms and concrete design requirements. This work is strongly grounded in evaluation using behavioral user data, which allows us to assess value realization in design/engineering outcomes.
Papers presented: Systems of distributed knowledge; Legal grey areas: Uncertainty in crypto and the role of ethics; Towards the world’s first economic operating system, What does it mean to trust in blockchain technology?; Blockchain as a basis for common knowledge
Data analytics, used across society, industry and academia, are affecting all of our lives. They have the capacity to improve the decisions we make, but can we trust them? To address this question Delft Data Science organizes a seminar that will discuss Trusted Data Analytics from a scientific, societal and business perspective. Speakers and [...]