Data and algorithms are nowadays ubiquitous in many aspects of our society and lives. They are playing an increasing role in scenarios that can be received as low-risk – getting recommendations on which movies to watch. But they are also being streamlined at or by various institutions, covering high-stakes domains such as healthcare provision or criminal justice. In this panel, we take a multi-disciplinary view on dilemmas for making the use of data and algorithms a responsible practice. Furthermore, our panel members, Christopher Brewster (TNO & Maastricht University), Seda Gürses (TU Delft), Carlos Martinez Ortiz (eScience Center), Nava Tintarev (Maastricht University), will provide and discuss actionable practices for building and using data and algorithms in a responsible manner.

The panel will be hosted by Oana Inel (TU Delft), on behalf of the Responsible Data Science track of the Digital Society research program.

Practical information

29 November 2021
14.00 – 15.00 hr (CET)
This panel will be in Dutch
To join, please register