A new website for Fondazione Bassetti – 2023

(Qui in Italiano) With the onset of digitization, the landscape of memory has undergone changes that touch upon its most intricate and hidden meanings. With the widespread use of digital intelligence, the truthfulness and meaning of descriptions of the world and thought are put to ever-greater test. In this context, what value do collections of ... A new website for Fondazione Bassetti – 2023

Tommaso Correale Santacroce

Art in responsible innovation. A conversation with Mireia Bes Garcia and Oliver Langdon

This edition of Art in Responsible Innovation features Mireia Bes Garcia from Bristol University and Oliver Langdon of Kilter Theatre in conversation with Jonathan Hankins. The University of Bristol Public Engagement team and Kilter Theatre have collaborated several times over the last decade, working on immersive theatre projects on quantum/virtual reality and synthetic biology. In ... Art in responsible innovation. A conversation with Mireia Bes Garcia and Oliver Langdon

Jonathan Hankins
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Rijnvliet, the Edible Neighborhood

On 17 June 2022 I visited the Utrecht suburb (in construction) of Rijnvliet for a guided tour offered as part of the City of Utrecht Architecture Day. This development won the 2021 Innovation in Politics Award and reached the final of the A+Architizer Award 2023 in the Sustainable Landscape / Project Planning category for its ... Rijnvliet, the Edible Neighborhood

Jonathan Hankins

Putting Responsible Research and Innovation into Practice. A Multi-stakeholder Approach

Putting Responsible Research and Innovation into Practice. A Multi-stakeholder Approach, edited by Vincent Blok, (Library of Ethics and Applied Philosophy Volume 40, published by Springer, 2022), is a collection that has grown out of the NewHoRRIzon project (2017-2021). This project focused on developing a ‘conceptual and operational basis to fully integrate RRI into European and ... Putting Responsible Research and Innovation into Practice. A Multi-stakeholder Approach

Jonathan Hankins

Launch of the Critical Infrastructures Lab

What is the Critical Infrastructures Lab? The Critical Infrastructures lab is hosted by the University of Amsterdam. From the website we learn that the lab aims to create space to co-develop alternative infrastructural futures that center people and planet over profit and capital by establishing a community around three infrastructural subtopics (geopolitics, standards, environment), producing ... Launch of the Critical Infrastructures Lab

Jonathan Hankins

Food For Good

On 4 April 2023 Jonathan Hankins and Cristina Grasseni showed a group of students from Nottingham Trent university (UK) round the community garden Food For Good in Utrecht (NL).As regular readers will know, both share an interest in local food production. Cristina is Principal Investigator in Food Citizens?, an ongoing EU funded project that aims ... Food For Good

Jonathan Hankins

Journal of Responsible Innovation, Volume 9, Issue 3

This issue contains six research articles, opening with Challenges in the implementation of responsible researchand innovation across Horizon 2020 from Raúl Tabarés, Anne Loeber, Mika Nieminen, Michael J. Bernstein,Erich Griessler, Vincent Blok, Joshua Cohen, Helmut Hönigmayer, Ulrike Wunderle and Elisabeth Frankus. Based on policy document analysis as a series of interviews carried out as part ... Journal of Responsible Innovation, Volume 9, Issue 3

Jonathan Hankins

Liberal Innovation In ICT

On Thursday 2 March, the Bassetti Foundation will host an online seminar and book launch (in Italian) with Gabriele Giacomini, author of The Arduous Road to Revolution, Resisting Authoritarian Regimes in the Digital Communication Age (Mimesis International, 2022). In his publication, Giacomini proposes the need for a form of Liberal Innovation within ICT, offering ideas ... Liberal Innovation In ICT

Jonathan Hankins

Journal of Responsible Innovation, Volume 9, Issue 2

As regular readers might imagine, Issue 2 opens with Erik Fisher‘s Editorial, in this case Responding to difference in and for RI. Fisher identifies the theme of responding to difference in and for responsible innovation as being salient to this issue, described as ‘a rich selection of scholarly treatments of difference in the framings, strategies, ... Journal of Responsible Innovation, Volume 9, Issue 2

Jonathan Hankins

Looking back to our 2022

2022 was one of our busiest and most productive years to date, and one in which we celebrated the successful completion of two large projects. This post offers just a snapshot of events and themes that we carry forward into 2023. Projects2022 saw the final conferences and publication of all findings and deliverables of both ... Looking back to our 2022

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