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Disruptive technologies: Risks worth taking?
16 maart 2021 van 9:00 am tot 5:00 pm
Risks and (disruptive) technologies are closely connected. Technologies can reduce risks, but also introduce new ones. Socially disruptive technologies have a huge impact on our lives. Technologies like artificial intelligence, Internet-of-Things, gene editing, social robots and geo-engineering fundamentally change society. Artificial intelligence, for example, can reduce health and safety risks or improve user experiences, but can also lead to social disruption through discrimination and exclusion of specific groups of people, filter bubbles and privacy and security risks.
The Society for Risk Analysis-Europe (SRA-E) Benelux invites you to its 2021 Conference on 16 March, which focuses on the Risk-Technology Nexus, and particularly the trade-offs of potentially disruptive technologies. This event is co-organized with the TU/e Center for Humans and Technology.
We welcome researchers, academics, practitioners and policy makers, and of course SRA-E members, to join us as we share the latest insights and practices.
THE PROGRAM (TENTATIVE)
09.00 – 09.30 – Gather.town is open > come and see our conference environment and meet people!
09.30 – 09.45 – Welcome
09.45 – 10.30 – Socially disruptive technologies (keynote 1)
Peter Paul Verbeek, Philosophy of Technology at the University of Twente,
Chair: Wijnand IJsselsteijn, Center for Humans and Technology
10.30 – 11.00 – Coffee break & Gather.town
11.00 – 12.00 – Parallel sessions (3 sessions of 20 mins. each)
12.00 – 13.00 – Lunch & Gather.ttown
13.00 – 13.45 – TO BE ANNOUNCED (keynote 2)
Chair: Nicole Huijts, Center for Humans and Technology
13.45 – 14.-00 – Coffee break & Gather.town
14.00 – 15.00 – Parallel sessions (3 sessions of 20 mins. each)
15.00 – 15.15 – Coffee break & Gather.town
15.15 – 16.15 The privacy and security risks of in-home IoT (like smart TVs, smart cameras, and smart speakers)
Roundtable / panel discussion: with:
- Nelly Ghaoui | Senior Policy Coordinator Cyber Security at Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy
- Katleen Gabriels | Philosophy at Maastricht University, author of “Regels voor Robots” (Rules for Robots)
- Jeroen van der Ham | National Cyber Security Centre in The Netherlands and Twente University
- George Loukas | IoT and Security research group of the University of Greenwich (UK)
Moderator: Frederic Bouder, president SRA-E
16.15 – 15.25 – Closing
– Nicole Huijts, TU Eindhoven and SRAE-Benelux
– Ric van Poll, SRA-E Benelux
16.30 – 16.55 – Business meeting SRA-E Benelux
16.30 – Meet each other in Gather.Towns – bring yourself a drink