Trilateral Insights – March 2024

Insights | Crisis and Security Addressing gaps in current disaster risk management practices Despite initiatives to encourage citizen participation in creating a resilient society, awareness of risks and levels of disaster preparedness across Europe remain low. Additionally, there are gaps between the risk perceptions and actions of citizens, and between citizens and civil protection authorities. […]

Trilateral Insights – January 2024

Get the latest insights from Trilateral in our new monthly article, featuring the latest developments from across our innovation and research teams. Insights | Climate, Environment and Energy Wildfire risk management – collaborations for a more resilient future As climate change heats up, so does wildfire risk across Europe. There are many projects and organisations […]

Trilateral Insights – December 2023

Get the latest insights from Trilateral in our new monthly article, featuring the latest developments from across our innovation and research teams. Insights | Ethics, Human Rights and Emerging Technologies Pioneering Ethical Horizons: Trilateral’s work in Policy and Innovation In the EU funded TechEthos project , our team, Dr Anaïs Resseguier (Research Manager), Julie Vinders […]

Trilateral Insights – November 2023

Get the latest insights from across Trilateral in our new monthly article, featuring the latest developments from across our innovation, research and project teams. Insights | Law Enforcement and Community Safeguarding AI and policing – how can we ensure ethical and sustainable practices?  In October 2023, the EU funded popAI project marked its conclusion after […]

Trilateral Insights – October 2023

Get the latest insights from across Trilateral in our new monthly article, featuring the latest developments from across our innovation, research and project teams. Insights | Health Making public transport more accessible benefits everybody A recent study we conducted in the  EU-funded TRIPS project found that making public transport more accessible could increase use across all demographics, […]

What will the future look like if AI mimics people?

Sherpa scenario workshop

Artificial intelligence and big data analytics have the potential to add greatly to the benefits of information and communication technologies, but they can also have undesirable impacts on ethics and human rights. Privacy and data protection are the most obvious issues, but they are far from the only ones. Concerns range from questions of fairness […]

When AI, big data, ethics and human rights converge

“Artificial intelligence and big data analytics bring a variety of benefits to society, but at the same time have the potential to disrupt society, ethical values and human rights, and life as we know it”, says Bernd Stahl, Director of the Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility, De Montfort University and co-ordinator of the SHERPA […]

Tax crime: how much do we pay for those who don’t?

Trilateral Research joins law enforcement agencies, national tax authorities and other research institutions from several EU countries in the newly launched, EU-funded PROTAX project, for a concerted and timely initiative to combat tax crime in Europe. The PROTAX consortium is looking for answers to questions like these: Why should we pay more taxes or have […]

How can citizens and society engage and benefit from digital transformation?

The idea that digital transformation can have a considerable sustainable impact on the public sector and, consequently on society, it is at the heart of Trilateral Research work. Combining technology development with social science expertise, we investigate how data analytics, artificial intelligence, and new ICT technologies can transform our society for the better. As coordinator […]