International Handbook on Responsible Innovation
A Global Resource – available at:
also as e-book on google play and can be found here:
For hardback see publisher’s website below. Write to me if you wish to receive a 35 percent discount!
Lets discuss the challenges for further developing and implementing responsible innovation at the upcoming 6 international events see:
Edited by René von Schomberg, Directorate General for Research and Innovation, European Commission, Belgium and Guest Professor ,Technical University Darmstadt, Germany and Jonathan Hankins, The Bassetti Foundation, Italy
The Handbook constitutes a global resource for the fast growing interdisciplinary research and policy communities addressing the challenge of driving innovation towards socially desirable outcomes. This book brings together well-known authors from the US, Europe, Asia and South-Africa who develop conceptual and regional perspectives on responsible innovation as well as exploring the prospects for further implementation of responsible innovation in emerging technological practices ranging from agriculture and medicine, to nanotechnology and robotics. The emphasis is on the socio-economic and normative dimensions of innovation including issues of social risk and sustainability.
In my address at the ECPA conference, I outlined possible futures of Precision Agriculture which will be determined by issues such as data-ownership and public policies on data-(re) use and data-sharing within the framework of alternatives socio-economic paradigms.
The powerpoint of the Key Note on Responsible Innovation in Precision Agriculture delivered on 17 July in Edinburgh can be downloaded here.
Key Note ECPA Edinburgh 2017
The programme of the Conference is accessible here:
Here you can download my slides- keynote on Open Science at 3AM conference Bucharest
PowerPoint on Open Science-Altmetrics
Please also check out the informative link of the website of the Annual AM conferences
These projects, very much on RRI governance (GREAT, RES-AGORA, RESPONSIBILITY) and even on RRI’s global potential and dimension (PROGRESS) will have their joint final projects meeting in Brussels.
See the Basetti’s foundations overview on its blog
The Dutch Research School of Philosophy (OZSW) invites PhD students/ ReMa students in philosophy to register for the course “Philosophy of Responsible Innovation” to take place in November and December 2015
Wageningen University; Delft University of Technology
Courses take place at various places on various dates during the Fall of 2015
October 15, 2015
About the topic
This course discusses the main philosophical issues in relation to Responsible Innovation, an emerging concept in the EU context which highlights the relevance of social-ethical issues in research and innovation practices. This emerging concept calls for philosophical reflection on the nature, scope and applicability of responsibility and innovation in innovation practices in general, and the way social-ethical issues can be applied and addressed in specific fields like business, healthcare and energy in particular. Topics that will be covered include the nature of responsibility in responsible innovation, the role of societal values in innovation and value sensitive design, philosophical reflections on the role of knowledge and risk in innovation, constructive technology assessment and governance of responsible innovation, Responsible Innovation in the public sector (healthcare), responsible innovation in the private sector.
Students get to know some of the main positions in relation to philosophical issues in responsible innovation, the main arguments in the relevant debates and insight in the dilemma’s which appear in the practical application of responsible innovation in the public and private sector. Although the focus is on the philosophical and ethical issues raised by responsible innovation, we will also touch upon some more fundamental philosophical issues raised by responsible innovation. This includes issues like:
The nature of responsibility in light of the unpredictability of the future impact of innovations
The philosophical assumptions of the innovation paradigm
The way (responsible) innovations affect experience and praxis
Value incommensurability, value pluralism and the trade-offs between values in responsible innovation
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Information on the course