SATORI partners participated in the 3rd European Technology Assessment Conference that was held in Cork between 17 and 19 May 2017. Philip Brey (UT), Agata Gurzawska (UT), Marlou Blijsma (NEN), Raija Koivisto (VTT) and Zuzanna Warso (HFHR) organized a panel on the different aspects of ethical impact assessment of research and innovation. After presentations, attendees discussed the relation between EIA and technology assessment.
The SATORI panel:
Chair: Zuzanna Warso, Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights
- Prof. Philip Brey, University of Twente – Ethical impact assessment
- Marlou Bijlsma, Netherlands Standardization Institute –Standardizing ethics assessment: process and results
- Agata Gurzawska, University of Twente – Responsible innovation and business
- Raija Koivisto, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd) – Roadmap for the implementation and use of the ethics assessment framework