News on Jeroen van den Hoven
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.
Professor Jeroen van den Hoven was appointed a Knight of the Order of the Netherlands Lion in a ceremony Rotterdam. He was honoured for his contributions as a philosopher in the agenda setting and solving of societal issues.
Jeroen van den Hoven is jury member of the Innovation Award Zuid-Holland Zuid. IN DUTCH
The jury of the European Foundations Award for Responsible Research & Innovation (EFARRI) Responsible Innovation Award was chaired by Jeroen van den Hoven.
Jeroen van den Hoven was appointed by the Minister of Economic Affairs as chairman of the expert group Big Data and Privacy.
The Executive Board has appointed Professor Jeroen van den Hoven as University Professor as of 1 September 2016. He receives this appointment for his exceptional record of service and his great contribution to the field of responsible innovation.
The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) has published the advisory report ‘Ethical and legal aspects in information science.’ Jeroen van den Hoven was one of the members of the committee that wrote the report, advising on the installation of ethical review boards for informatics research.
Personal information has become increasingly accessible online. What information is out there about you? Are you aware of what others know about you? What can others do with this information? An increasing use of information technologies challenges us to rethink whether our privacy is potentially at risk and what we should do to create sufficient protection. Professor Jeroen van den Hoven will answer these questions in a lecture for Stadium Generale of Maastricht University about Privacy in the Age of Big Data.