Responsible Sensing Lab
Technologies like smart sensors can help solve urban challenges. Innovations improve the quality of life and enhance safety, sustainability and livability. For example by better using available capacity of energy infrastructures. On the other hand: novel technologies that collect and analyze data could impact values such as autonomy, privacy, transparency and inclusiveness.
The Responsible Sensing Lab explores how to integrate society’s public and democratic values in the design of sensing systems in public space. It is a testbed for conducting rigorous and transparent research in order to create a ‘responsible’ digital city.
Within the Responsible Sensing Lab academics, practitioners, computer scientists, policy makers, psychologists, designers and hardware experts are invited to connect and work together to (re)design, prototype, test and implement responsible sensing systems.
In our session we would love to present our current projects and challenges to host a valuable discussion.
Hosts: Thijs Turèl and Coen Bergman.
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