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VIRI Talks - Video collection on a variety of Responsible Innovation topics

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VIRI Talks (Video Collection) by Virtual Institute for Responsible Innovation

VIRI partner scholars share their research and expertise on a variety of Responsible Innovation topics.

Approaches to RRI Video SeriesLeaders and representatives from VIRI partner nodes offer their perspectives on a variety of RI/RRI subjects. Recorded during the 3rd annual meeting in Tempe, AZ, May, 2017.

Dave Guston
Arizona State University
"Responsible Innovation"

Dov Greenbaum
Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya
"The Ethical, Legal and Social Implications of Big Data and..."

Erik Fisher
Arizona State University
"Socio-Technical Integration for Responsible Innovation"

Hannot Rodriguez
University of the Basque County (UPV/EHU)
With Andoni Ibarra (UPV/EHU) and Andoni Eizagirre (Mondragon University)
"Responsible Innovation as Inclusive Politics: European RRI"

Hee-Je Bak
Kyung Hee University
"Beyond the Engine of Economy: RRI as a new goal of R&D in South Korea"

Jack Stilgoe
University College London
"Machine Learning, Social Learning, and Responsible Innovation in Self-Driving Cars"

Maja Horst
University of Copenhagen
"Enacting Dialogue About the Social Responsibility of Science"

Marc Saner
University of Ottawa
"The Trouble with Emerging Technologies: Solutions to the Collingridge Dilemma"

Marko Monteiro
University of Campinas
"Responsible Research and Innovation in the Periphery: Some Views from Latin America"

Miklós Lukovics
University of Szeged
"Special Features of RRI in Post-Socialist Countries: Innovation Environment and STIR Pilots"

Phil Macnaghten
Wageningen University
"Responsible Innovation: Some Reflections from the SPICE Experiment"

Sally Randles
Manchester Metropolitan University
"How Does Institutional Change Happen? (And What Are the Implications for the Institutionalization of Responsible Innovation?"

2016-17 International Visitorship Talk SeriesDuring the 2016-17 academic year, early career researchers from VIRI partner sites worldwide visited the Arizona State University campus to present their research, and receive input from, faculty and students.

Boaz Yona
Zvi Meitar Institute for Ethical, Legal and Social Implications of Emerging Technologies 
"Disruptive uses of blockchain: Resolving ethical and legal considerations"

Anders Hanssen
Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences 
"Engaging stakeholders in biotechnology patenting; a post-normal analysis of the European patent system"

Lalitha Sundaram
University of Cambridge 
"Synthetic biology from bench to field: The arsenic biosensor"

Rob Smith
King’s College, London 
"Visions of value in public synthetic biology and beyond"

Mario Pansera
University of Exeter 
"Discourses of innovation and development: Insights from ethnographic case studies"


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