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Computers and Society Research Conference – 20th May 2022

We are pleased to announce the Computers and Society Research Conference. The conference is an informal get-together for colleagues and friends, and an opportunity for our students to show off their research. The conference will take place 14.00-17.00 on 20th May 2022, on the Dotslash Campus, Europalaan 100, Utrecht.

Suzanne Atkins
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Public perception on the responsibility for incidents involving autonomous vehicles

https://doi.org/10.54822/QBYL2425 This paper has been published in the “Computer and Society Research Journal“, a free to publish, open access journal for socially relevant computer science research. PDF Download Download the full article for free Abstract We conducted a survey to investigate the public perception of the blame for incidents where autonomous vehicles (AVs) make poor…

Sieuwert van Otterloo

Applying Ethical AI Frameworks in practice: Evaluating conversational AI chatbot solutions

https://doi.org/10.54822/QXOM4114 This paper has been published in the “Computer and Society Research Journal“, a free to publish, open access journal for socially relevant computer science research. PDF Download Read full article for free Abstract Ethical AI frameworks are designed to encourage the accountability, responsibility and transparency of AI applications. They provide principles for ethical design….

Suzanne Atkins

Plans for 2021

2020 has been a successful year for ICT Institute, despite the challenging circumstances. We would like to thank all clients who decided to work with us, and are grateful that we could do our work remotely.  Hopefully 2021 will bring relief for the people whose life and work has been disrupted.

Sieuwert van Otterloo

Evaluating risk management methods for software projects

In order to complete a software project on time, one should do risk management and take the right measures to mitigate all likely risks. Several attempts have been made to identify typical project risks and recommended measures. One of the latest attempts was made by ICTU and NEN, in the standard NPR 5326. Saskia Woortman…

Sieuwert van Otterloo