14. juni 2018 - 17:00 tot 19:00
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DSS Mic Drops #4 - Frankenstein's Monster or BB-8: How do we design Good Technology for Real People? | Studio HvA | donderdag, 14. juni 2018

The DSS Mic Drops are inspirational, interactive, provocative master classes given by expert researchers and practitioners, on topics that relate to design, tech, societal challenges and how we can make the world a better place by integrating technology more wisely and humanely. 
Frankenstein's Monster or BB-8: How do we design Good Technology for Real People?

Kevin Machnish
Kevin Macnish is Assistant Professor in Ethics and IT at the University of Twente. His principle research is in the ethics of surveillance, security and technology. He is the author of the book Surveillance Ethics: an introduction (Routledge, 2017) as well as numerous articles on privacy and surveillance ethics, and organised a number of international conferences on surveillance and big data. Kevin has been interviewed by BBC radio and television and the Atlantic magazine, and has spoken at both the House of Commons and the House of Lords in relation to his research.

Come and join us in this fourth interactive DSS Mic Drop session, organised by the Digital Society School.

Talk: Frankenstein's Monster or BB-8: How do we design Good Technology for Real People?
Speaker: Kevin Machnish (Assistant Professor in Ethics and IT, University of Twente)
Moderator: tba
Date: June 14, 2018
Time: 17:00 - 19:00 (including Q&A and Debate)
Drinks: 18:00
Venue: Studio HvA: