Media Appearances by Jeroen van den Hoven
Response on the European Commission white paper: On Artificial Intelligence – An European approach to excellence and trust
Jeroen van den Hoven contributed with his expertise together with the other members of CLAIRE to this response on the European Commission white paper. (CLAIRE- Confederation of Laboratories for Artificial Intelligence Research in Europe)
Paul van Liempt talks to Jeroen van den Hoven, professor of Ethics & Technology at TU Delft, about the corona crisis and the big tech companies: "We have to take back control ourselves." (De Nieuwe Wereld) IN DUTCH
Jeroen van den Hoven contributed as a member of expertsgroup WHO to the interim guidance. this interim guidance is intended to inform public health programmes and governments that are considering whether to develop or implement digital proximity tracking technologies for COVID-19 contact tracing. The document covers ethical principles, technical considerations and requirements that are consistent with these principles; and how to achieve equitable and appropriate use of such technologies.
Scientific Director Jeroen van den Hoven of DDFV is permanent member of the Ethics Goup (EGE) that advises the President of the European Commission on Ethics of Science and New Technology. EGE has published a Statement on Ethics and the Covid-19 pandemic.
Prof. Jeroen van den Hoven is one of the experts who has written an opinion article in the Volkskrant about the opportunity for the Netherlands to become an European AI-hub and a breeding ground for AI innovation, research and talent. CLAIRE (Confederation of AI Labs in Europe) inwhich 350 AI research groups spread over Europe are united has its headquarter in The Hague. This offers opportunities for the Netherlands to become an AI-hub of great importance for Europe. IN DUTCH
Prof. Jeroen van den Hoven is one of the experts quoted in an article in De Volkskrant about a new report by the European Committee called 'Europe fit for the Digital Age'. He sees value sensitive design as a strategy that can give Europe a competitive edge. IN DUTCH
"Europa wants to make a great leap ahead in the area of Artificial Intelligence. It is now lagging behind in comparison to the rest of the world", says De Volkskrant in an article responding to new plans announced in Brussels. Prof. Van den Hoven is one of the experts quoted in the article. IN DUTCH
Prof. Jeroen van den Hoven was a guest on the Dutch National Data Podcast, and spoke about ethics giving us societal requirements for the responsible development of technology. IN DUTCH