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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
Contemporary discussions on modern slavery tie in with ethical discourse and normative considerations. Modern slavery has been framed as a ‘moral issue’ (Guetierrez-Huerter, Gold & Trautrims, 2021, p. 12), its policy framework has been called ‘moralistic’ (Broad & Turnbull, 2019, p. 1). But however pivotal such moral dimensions are, a focus on ethics alone does not do justice to all facets of the crime, and sometimes does not offer enough persuasion to act. To improve our knowledge of modern slavery, its victims, and its prevalence, it is of great importance to get a grasp of its precise health, social and economic costs.
When thinking of ways to change what we do, knowing exactly what we are aiming for is key. Your purpose needs to be clear, so that your team is motivated to make improvements towards that business goal, rather than simply streamlining what they already do. “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it […]
Differences and Practical Challenges The GDPR introduced the notion of ‘human intervention’ as a way to prevent, in certain circumstances, decision-making based solely on automated means. The forthcoming AI proposal for a Regulation (“AI Act”) uses the term ‘human oversight’ and sets out certain obligations. For instance, in December 2021, the European Committee of the […]
Operationalising Human Security in the Contemporary Operating Environment: Proposing Population Intelligence (POPINT)
Drawing upon primary research funded by the UK Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA), researchers from Trilateral Research explore the use of data analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) for operationalising human security in the contemporary operating environment. The idea of human security has gained much traction in the international community since its introduction in a 1994 […]
A structured path towards behaviour change – How can training sessions help bring a to change people’s behaviour?
We know how to give a good training course. We have expert subject matter knowledge and can speak in an engaging way. It’s enjoyable for the delegates to be involved and they give excellent feedback for an engaging session. But what will they do when they go back to work? At the end of the online session, or when they leave the […]
As part of the European Union’s ‘smart city strategy’ plan, more and more cities throughout Europe have started adopting new technologies in order to transition into a new digital future. With the enhancement of safety in public spaces being a key feature of a smart city, local authorities opt for tools that are intended to […]