Jeroen van den Hoven




Jeroen van den Hoven is full professor of Ethics and Technology at Delft University of Technology, he is editor in chief of Ethics and Information Technology. He was the first scientific director of 3TU.Ethics (2007-2013). He won the World Technology Award for Ethics in 2009 and the IFIP prize for ICT and Society also in 2009 for his work in Ethics and ICT.

His research themes are:

- Ethics of Technology

- Computer Ethics

- Value Sensitive Design

- Responsible Innovation

- Privacy

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Apr 11th 2016

How to deal with risks and ethical questions raised by development of new technologies. There is no doubt that technological innovation is one of the key elements driving human progress. However, new technologies raise ethical questions, have serious implications for society and the environment and pose new risks, often unknown and unknowable before the new technologies reach maturity.

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Nov 25th 2014

Responsible Innovation – exploring the interface of ethics, society and technological innovations.

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