Digital information technology is changing almost all aspects of our society. Big Data and Artificial Intelligence affect our daily life ever more thoroughly. How do we turn the digital society into a better one than the analogue society? Tilburg University conducts research into the opportunities and threats.
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Meet TrusTee – Tilburg University is developing the world’s most reliable robot14th November 2019
Tilburg University is developing the most reliable robot and the most reliable artificial intelligence. We are working on a robot in which technology is employed that is as closely in line as possible with human values. A robot that takes into account what is good for the individual, for society, and for our planet as a whole. During the ‘Man-Machine & Values’ seminar that is to be held this afternoon, Ton Wilthagen will go into Tilburg University’s future-oriented research- and impact agenda.
BILETA 2020 Call for Papers28th October 2019
BILETA's annual conference 2020, entitled Regulating Transitions in Technology and Law, will take place in Tilburg on 7-8 April 2020, hosted by the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT), part of the department on Law, Technology, Markets and Society (LTMS).
“Deep down I’m still an environmental lawyer who wants citizens to be heard”16th September 2019
PhD candidate Anna Berti Suman investigates the use of citizen sensing in environmental law and governance. But she also aims to design a toolkit to support citizens and policy makers using environmental data gathered by citizens.
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TILT studies emerging technologies and their impact on the individual and society, recognizing the interplay between technology, regulation and fundamental values and human rights.
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