Story maps OUR INSTITUTIONAL CHANGES The Change Labs, established at research performing and research funding organisations and at universities, are organisational spaces for building transformative capacity and leadership in the areas of RRI. The changes they have been making in their organisations are illustrated on one-page infographics which we call story maps. Click on the title to see how the Change Labs arrived at the institutional changes.
  • Story Map on Gender Equality of the University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Agriculture The Co-Change Lab at the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Novi Sad, focuses on several RRI keys. It is working on the implementation of gender equality, open access, and science education within the faculty. In this visual material you can see their roadmap towards gender equality at the faculty. 2022. 04. 27. PFNS view
  • Story Map of the Vienna Science and Technology Fund on Open Science The Co-Change Lab at the Vienna Science and Technology Fund (WWTF) is working on the implementation of a new open science policy within the organisation. 2022. 06. 14. WWTF view
  • Story Map of the Royal Netherlands Standardization Institute on Institutionalizing Responsibility The Royal Netherlands Standardization Institute (NEN) has started various research projects to explore how standardization can be made more socially responsible. The Delft University of Technology has explored what factors motivate, obstruct, and facilitate social responsibility in standardisation processes. As such, it supports NEN in understanding how it can better align its activities with the values, needs, and expectations of society. 2022. 07. 25. TUD view
  • Story Map of the AI Ethics Lab of the Austrian Institute of Technology The Co-Change Lab at AIT, the Austrian Institute of Technology, focuses on addressing the promises and challenges associated with research work on and the application of machine learning and artificial intelligence. An interdisciplinary team of social and data scientists is working on AI ethics. 2022. 09. 21. AIT view
  • Story Map of the Technical Research Centre of Finland The Co-Change Lab at the Technical Research Centre of Finland (VTT) focuses on co-designing and implementing VTT’s sustainability programme. This work is a collaborative process that involves VTT’s sustainability responsibility researchers and the nominated responsibility task force. 2022. 09. 30. VTT view
  • Story Map of the Council of Tampere Region The Co-Change Lab at the Council of Tampere Region focuses on developing regional funding to improve responsibility and sustainability. 2022. 10. 03. CTR view

FIND US ON ZENODO

We set up our Zenodo community, an open access research data repository, to make the project’s research content and deliverables visible. You find there our deliverables, policy briefs, publications and other project-relevant materials.


  • Ethical AI: Why and How? Given the numerous opportunities provided by rapidly evolving digital innovations, we need to address and assess the social and political risks that come with naively applying AI algorithms, especially in high-risk sectors. We argue that though the existing guidelines and regulations are a good starting point, we still need to implement effective solutions that can be integrated into the current workflow of developing ethical AI applications. We introduce the idea of AI Ethics Labs as institutionalised “spaces for doubt” providing platforms for a frequent and intensive collaboration between developers and social scientists, thus reducing the potential risks of developed algorithms. 2022. 10. 13. AIT view
  • Find us on Zenodo 2021. 11. 25. Co-Change view
  • A comprehensive appraisal of RRI: From roots to leaves Responsible Research and Innovation and Responsible Innovation, as academic endeavours, have grown substantially since their birth in the previous decades. They have been used as synonyms on a structural basis, and both concepts have been studied from various disciplinary backgrounds. This paper identifies Responsible Research and Innovation’s and Responsible Innovation’s shared research topics, knowledge base, and academic organisation as a common ground for scholars to further their individual or joint research. It does so by conducting a keyword analysis and a collaboration analysis, combined with a reference analysis of their academic literature. 2021. 07. 28. TUD, NEN view
  • Open Access analysis of scientific paper publishing of PFNS in the period 2018-2020 Report on the analysis of open access at the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Novi Sad, Serbia. She analyzed several elements that can serve as indicators for the publication of scientific production in the Open Access 2018-2020. The methodology of use in this analysis is not standard and is described in the report itself.Report on the analysis of open access at the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Novi Sad, Serbia. She analyzed several elements that can serve as indicators for the publication of scientific production in the Open Access 2018-2020. The methodology of use in this analysis is not standard and is described in the report itself. 2022. 01. 27. PFNS view
  • Co-Change Project Poster 2. This is a dissemination poster about the project presented at the SeeRRI final conference. 2021. 09. 29. NewHoRRIzon online conference ESSRG view
  • Co-Change Project Poster 1. 8 Change Labs, 5 RRI keys on 1 page. This is a brief project overview to show how we initiate and implement changes for the sake of responsible research and innovation 2021. 05. 20. ESSRG view