Trilateral Insights – May 2024

Get the latest insights from Trilateral in our new monthly article, featuring the latest developments from across our innovation and research teams. Insights | Health iToBoS Collects Patient Advocates’ Perspectives on the Ethics of Emerging Medical Tech How should the health sector adapt to the availability of emerging medical technologies? Last month, Trilateral’s Health Cluster […]

AI and Democracy: Our Evidence Submission to Parliament

The rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) puts democracies around the world at risk. Bad actors are using AI to spread false information, influence public opinion, and interfere with elections. At Trilateral Research, we believe that protecting democracy in the digital age requires active collaboration among governments, civil society, and the private sector. Our recent submission […]

Overcoming the 5 Key Barriers to AI Adoption in the UK

A man talking about AI adoption to a group of people

Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing industries across the UK, driving innovation and efficiency. However, many organisations still face challenges in realising AI’s full potential. The recent techUK report, “AI Adoption in the UK: Putting AI into Action,” highlights five key barriers hindering widespread AI implementation. In this post, we’ll explore these obstacles and identify the […]

Trilateral Insights – April 2024

Get the latest insights from Trilateral in our new monthly article, featuring the latest developments from across our innovation and research teams. Insights | Data Science, Research and Sociotech Innovation (DARSI) Trilateral’s DARSI team develops a tool to show people the least polluted travel routes Air pollution is a global health emergency, causing over six […]

How Soft Robotics Draws Inspiration from Nature

The precision and power of robots has revolutionised science and industry, but recent advances into soft robotics are expanding the field in creative new directions. Taking inspiration from the movements of octopuses, insects and snakes, soft robots suggest a future in which adaptive, dextrous machines will enhance risky tasks from surgery to extraterrestrial exploration by […]

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. […]

EU Parliament passes AI Act

Over the last few months, European and multi-national organisations have been waiting for the outcome of the vote on the world’s first comprehensive piece of AI legislation. While an early version of the EU’s AI Act was largely agreed in 2022, recent innovations, including Generative AI like Chat-GPT, called the efficacy of some of the […]

The Power of Human-Rights Centred Ethics-By-Design

The landscape of artificial intelligence (AI) is ever-changing. At the heart of this transformation is the need to incorporate ethics into the design process. Trilateral’s Ethics, Human Rights, and Emerging Tech cluster is dedicated to this principle. We specialise in designing technologies with a strong emphasis on inclusion, accessibility, equality, and sustainability.  This is made […]

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 […]