Media Appearances by Jeroen van den Hoven
The Dutch National AI Course interviewed prof. Jeroen van den Hoven about the work of Yuval Noah Harari, and in particular his ideas about man and machine living together in the future. IN DUTCH
After Peter Singer (June 2018) and Julian Baggini (April 2019) prof. Van den Hoven will be giving a public lecture at the World Intellectual Property Orgnanization on 27 February 2020. This was occasion for an interview with him in the December/January issue of UN Special.
When are new innovations good and which ethical preconditions are needed? Should we allow YouTube to analyze your viewing behavior and show you new content to keep you online as long as possible? These topics and more in a podcast that De Nationale Denktank recorded with prof. Van den Hoven. IN DUTCH
The failure at telecom provider KPN, with unreachable emergency numbers, has shocked the Netherlands. The dependence on communication networks became painfully visible: do we not rely too much on digitization and, in particular, on the government? Jeroen van den Hoven, professor of ethics and technology at TU Delft, believes that far-reaching digitization requires "a new way of looking". Because: "it won't get any simpler". IN DUTCH
Professor Jeroen van den Hoven spoke with Zorgvisie about the use of AI in healthcare. Too litlle information, or too much. Insurance companies who exactly want to know when you die. IN DUTCH
Jeroen van den Hoven was one of the guests in a podcast on how AI is going to change our lives. The podcast was made by the Confederation of Netherlands Industry and Employers (known as VNO-NCW), on the occasion of their annual Bilderberg Conference. IN DUTCH
Technological development - especially digitization - is currently difficult to keep up with. Public values such as democracy, sustainability, privacy and transparency are at stake. "More than ever, we must be aware of the ethical dimension of innovation," says Professor Jeroen van den Hoven. Nevertheless is innovation with an eye for social values is quite possible. The magazine can be bought at: Tijdschrift Milieu February 2019 (IN DUTCH)
Professor Jeroen van den Hoven on 'open Source Urbanism can help mitigate the migration crisis and improve living conditions all over the world'.