Media Appearances by Jeroen van den Hoven

Responsible Innovation: Ethics, Safety and Technology – New Online course

Professor Jeroen van den Hoven has created a seven-week MOOC (massive online open course) on Responsible Innovation. It is called: Responsible Innovation: Ethics, Safety and Technology. Van den Hoven will argue the case for ethics as an integral part of responsible technological research and innovation in terms of assessing the risks of technologies such as AI. The MOOC is linked in the article.

The Hague campus already too small for all Engineering, and Policy Analysis students

The The Hague campus is already too small for all the Engineering, and Policy Analysis students from the TU Delft. Professor Jeroen van den Hoven says "it is a programme which focusses on policy questions which we try to solve with the engineering skills we bring from Delft. For these questions, it is best to be in the hart of Dutch policy making, therefore The Hague. Currently there are 250 students from the TU Delft, we hope to grow even further" IN DUTCH

Ethics for robotics requires a tailor-made approach

The arrival of intelligent robots on the streets, in our workplaces and in our homes has sweeping moral and ethical implications. Jeroen van den Hoven and his team are doing research on the question of how people can retain control of these systems. 'A society with robots and artificial intelligence requires new ethical models'. page 32

Facebook Live

A new incident puts Facebook once again under the magnifying glass. Facebook promises improvement and stricter control after the broadcast murder of his network. But are those measures sufficient? No, says professor Jeroen van den Hoven and other Dutch experts. Interview with Van den Hoven in De Volkskrant. IN DUTCH