Citizens' Think-In Events
Citizens' Think-In on data ethics and privacy, June 2021
‘Who can explain to me what is happening with my data?’
What does ‘I agree’ really mean when you’re trying to get rid of that annoying internet pop up?
The ADAPT Centre for Digital Content Technology is hosting an online Citizens’ Think-In to discuss who to trust when it comes to the collection and use of your data in June 2021 (exact date and time TBC).
Have you ever considered which information in your health record belongs to you?
How was the information captured and validated? How is access to it managed?
The ADAPT Centre for Digital Content Technology is hosting an online Citizens’ Think-In to discuss Digital Health Records on 4 March 2021 from 2.30-4.00pm.
What do you think about the role of AI & technology in your life?
The ADAPT Centre for Digital Content Technology is hosting an online Citizens’ Think-In to discuss AI & Technology in our lives as part of START: European Researchers’ Night 2020 at Trinity.
The Think-In takes place online on 27 November 2020 from 17.30 – 19.00 and is just one of many events in the START: Start Talking About Research Today programme…. Read on.
The ADAPT Centre for Digital Content Technology was delighted to team up with Science Gallery Dublin and The Dock – Accenture’s flagship R&D and global innovation centre to explore Artificial Intelligence issues in the first online Citizens’ Think-In.
The Think-In took place on 9 September 2020 from 12.00 – 13.15 and was one of many events in the international virtual Ars Electronica Festival 2020, In Kepler’s Gardens – a global journey mapping the ‘new’ world. Read more.
The inaugural Technology in My Life citizens’ think-in on 15th November 2018 enabled members of the public to discuss and debate potential societal implications of one of the major emerging technologies worldwide: Artificial Intelligence (AI). ADAPT hosted the event at Wood Quay Venue, Dublin as part of Science Week 2018.
The think-in facilitated robust debate and provided greater insights into public opinions surrounding the privacy and civil liberties implications of AI. More…