#Internet of Things

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Manon den Dunnen, Strategisch specialist digitale transformatie , posted

Digital Twins & Asset tracking

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2 great speakers at Sensemakers'monthly meetup;

- Armando Lucrecio (Sr. TechnIcal Program Manager @Amazon) on indoor and outdoor asset tracking;
- Aris Witteborg (Leading Professional Digital Smart Water at Royal HaskoningDHV Digital) on Digital Twins

Manon den Dunnen's picture Meet-up on Nov 17th
Adriaan van Eck, Implementing IoT & Smart Energy , posted

FLEXCON 2022 - CO-CREATE FLEXIBLE ENERGY

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📣 Save the date for FLEXCON's 4th edition: FLEXCON 2022!

FLEXCON brings together parties who share the common goal to engage consumers in the flexible energy revolution. The 4th edition of this international event will take place on 24 and 25 January 2022.

3 tracks each day... and more!

Just like in 2017, 2018 and 2020, FLEXCON 2022 will have 3 tracks each day:

      Day 1

  • Energy Systems Interactions
  • Data, Enabling Technologies, Interoperability
  • Smart Energy Workshops

Day 2

  • Commercial and Industrial Scale Solutions
  • E-Mobility, Smart Charging & V2X
  • Smart Energy Workshops

Next to the 3 tracks we have our famous Networking Dinner for partners & organizers, and we have Startups & Idea pitching. Each day will be closed with Smart Energy Drinks.

Join FLEXCON as a partner.
FLEXCON provides a unique platform for businesses, projects, and solutions to showcase their knowledge, strategies, and technologies. Do not miss the opportunity to participate as a partner of FLEXCON 2022! Contact us via the FLEXCON website or via adriaan@flexible-energy.eu.

Adriaan van Eck's picture Conference from Jan 24th to Jan 25th
Nancy Zikken, Community Manager at Amsterdam Smart City, posted

Using drones in a responsible way (event in Dutch)

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Al jaren is de MRA bezig om innovatieve mobiliteitsvormen te toetsen. Er worden ook steeds meer experimenten met drones gedaan. We vinden het belangrijk om te onderzoeken hoe we deze op een verantwoorde manier gebruiken. Wat zijn spelregels rondom het vliegen, wat is proportioneel gebruik, hoe voldoen we aan Tada en hoe communiceren we naar bewoners?

De gemeente Amsterdam en Amsterdam Smart City organiseren daarom Responsible Drones kennis- en designsessies. We starten hiermee op 29 september. Dit is een verkennend en ontwerpend onderzoek naar de verantwoorde inzet van drones in de stad. Dit project is een samenwerking van het Responsible Sensing Lab en het Amsterdam Drone Lab op het Marineterrein.

We hebben persoonlijke uitnodigingen gestuurd, maar willen ook ruimte bieden aan onze community. Laat me hieronder even weten als je erbij wil zijn en misschien hebben we dan wel een plek voor je!

Kick-off
Woensdag 29 september
09.30-12.00 uur
Locatie: we willen het graag in Amsterdam organiseren, maar zijn nog in
afwachting van de regels. Lukt het fysiek niet, gaan we online.

Na deze kick-off volgen drie vervolgsessies in oktober, november en december. De uitkomsten van het onderzoek presenteren we op de Amsterdam Drone Week in januari 2022.

Nancy Zikken's picture Meet-up on Sep 29th
Manon den Dunnen, Strategisch specialist digitale transformatie , posted

10 years of SensemakersAMS: Learnings & a look into the future

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In September the Sensemakers Community celebrates her 10th anniversary. Due to Covid not with an offline party, but online with speakers that will give an overview of (the learnings from) the changing landscape and a speculative look into the future!

Manon den Dunnen's picture Meet-up on Sep 15th
Anonymous posted

How Smart Cities & Technology Are Evolving

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Over the centuries, each urban expansion was followed by a period of catching up to face a new, more complex reality. We still experience it today when we know that more than half a million people sleep on the streets in the United States every night and that rents are rising faster than incomes.

In London, between 1997 and 2016, the number of jobs and the population increased by 40% and 25% respectively, while accommodation capacity only increased by 15%. The average American employee's commuting time has reached new records: an average of 225 hours per year (or more than nine days in total) is spent on the road or in transport.

As in the past, the current reality and the future of a physical place requires a good understanding of the place in question. This is why the meaning of place in a city stems both from its logistical environment and from the social and emotional context that unites its inhabitants.

What smart city technonoly does in percentage

The explosion of integrated sensors, mobile devices, high-speed wireless connections, combined with exponential growth in data and sophisticated analysis tools, offers geospatial perspectives that go beyond the theoretical framework. This led to the birth of “smart cities”. McKinsey estimates that the technologies deployed by smart cities can reduce mortality by 8 to 10%, improve rescue response times by 20 to 35%, decrease travel times by 15 to 20%, decrease by 8 to 15% disease burden and 10-15% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.

A new generation of smart cities

Despite some setbacks here and there, on a global or national scale, metropolises, communities and neighborhoods have followed the path of progress, with more concrete results. According to many futurists, we are in the midst of a new generation of smart cities with a more pragmatic sense of city management. Cities that not only apply intelligence to their macro-systems, but seek to optimize micro-sites for global transformations.

A true smart city uses dynamic 3D digital basemaps to obtain real-time information on the condition of neighborhoods, residential areas or buildings down to the lowest level (floor, corridor and housing) or highest (above existing structures such as the roof).

By making all this information accessible to managers; police officers, firefighters and first aid personnel, public transport employees, care providers, grocers and traders, distributors, teachers, social workers, and especially to the inhabitants, each individual will be able to know where the bus is and at what time it will arrive, where a leak has occurred on the water distribution network, in which car parks there are still free spaces,

The coronavirus pandemic has demonstrated the value of a collective city-wide solution, which involves knowing where people in difficulty are and how to help them. For Alison Brooks, a pioneer on innovative ideas:

As we have seen, a smart city must respond to four major challenges:

  • Operational Efficiency: Streamline business processes and workflows to improve decision making and locate resources for maximum benefit. The digital dashboard is the ideal tool for this. 
  • Data-driven performance: take advantage of data flows from the Internet of Things (IoT), mobile devices, but also sensors that are part of the city's infrastructure, vehicles and buildings, then analyze the whole this data thanks to artificial intelligence. This has made it possible to achieve concrete results such as the adaptive regulation of traffic lights, or real-time (and no longer static) decision-making at the scale of the city and professional services. 
  • Citizen involvement: Some smart cities of the first wave encountered cultural and societal obstacles in deploying the technology without asking the opinion of the inhabitants. True smart cities involve communities from the start, identifying the priorities of the inhabitants, responding to the specific concerns and needs of different groups and working for greater social equity. 
  • Planning and engineering: 3D modeling, profoundly transformed by the digital revolution and human-centered design, makes it possible to anticipate and mitigate economic, environmental or social upheavals and the resulting tensions. These cards, also known under the name of “digital twins”, take into account a multitude of elements (buildings, infrastructure, vegetation, transit, etc.) down to the smallest level (floor or room, for example). They are the underlying platform of the true smart city.

The history of our species, that is to say of human civilization, in fact merges with the history of the city ; both have the same Latin origin. The city and its systems have allowed a real concentration of resources and the emergence of an entrepreneurial spirit and collective creativity that have won over the entire planet. Thanks to powerful leaders who think outside the box and the cutting-edge tools available to us today and the lessons we have learned from this experience, we have the possibility of reinventing these systems to promote a fairer, more sustainable and more harmonious development model.

Note from ASC: Have a question? Let’s hear it in the comments.

#DigitalCity
Eve Logunova, Founder , posted

InnoHUB program: deep dive into Open Innovation, AI and Data

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**Our InnoHUB session, “Urban Resilience & Sustainable Societies”, is organized in partnership with #Fugro, the world’s leading Geodata specialist, collecting and analysing comprehensive information about the Earth and the structures built upon it. **

With the support of Fugro, we are able to offer a limited number of additional tickets for you and your peers to attend our InnoHUB sessions. Participation is free of charge. Please register to secure your spot and receive an invitation to our #InnoHUB #VR world. Join us from today for a deep dive into Open Innovation, AI & Data!

The workshop will be conducted by Fugro’s team:

* Neda Sepasian, PhD (Technology Innovation Manager, an established researcher, AI expert, and R&D Scientist) – “Digital transformation and AI in Fugro”
* Sudan Xu, PhD (Innovation Engineer, Computer Vision) – “#ML-based examples for Railways quality control”
* Yulia Melnikova (Innovation Engineer, Computer Vision) – “AI application for road quality surveys”
* Alexandra Cristobal (Data Scientist) – “Applying AI for marine and land site characterizations”
* Magdalena Drozdz (Geo-data Delivery Engine Manager) – “#Digitaltwins and Geo-data delivery”

The Host of the event is Robin Vergouwen, AI Video Assessment Lead at Incision and InnoHUB Core Team member at Women in AI.

Would you like to attend?Register here

Note from ASC: Have a question or want a bit more inforamtion? Let’s hear it in the comments.

Eve Logunova's picture Online event from Jun 29th to Jul 15th
Emma Habers, posted

Workshop - Fieldlab: Cities of Things 

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The workshop “Cities of Things Amsterdam-Munich” is part of the Creative Embassy AMS-MUC program and kicks off a field lab that focuses on this new paradigm of the smart city: the Cities of Things. It introduces the research theme and invites you to explore possible collaborations in field lab projects.

When: Thursday July 8
What time: 10.00 – 12.00
Where: online

We invite companies to participate that are interested in or already are working on solutions for the (smart) city, and are interested in the impact of new technologies such as AI, IoT, robotics on our city life and society.

The Creative Embassy program was initiated by Creative Holland and the Team of Excellence for the Culture and Creative Industries of the City of Munich and started in 2015 as a collaboration between the cities of Amsterdam and Munich. This multi-year partnership created opportunities for creative industries in both regions to exchange and work together on urban challenges.

For more information and to sign up send an e-mail to Emma Habers at e.habers@amsterdam.nl.

Note from ASC: Are you going? Let others know by dropping a like.

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Liza Verheijke, Community Manager at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, posted

Centre of Expertise Applied AI launches magazine

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Data Science permeate all the capillaries of society. The scientific developments in these fields are rapid. The applications affect all sectors and professions - to a greater or lesser extent - for which the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS) trains.

The AUAS Centre of Expertise Applied AI exists since February 1, 2021 and focuses on the meaningful application of AI techniques in a specific context (healthcare, accountancy, media, retail, etc.). In seven application-oriented labs we work together in co-creation - with education, research, business and civil society organizations - on innovation.

In this way, we train students and retrain professionals to be change-makers for companies and organizations. In this way, we are shaping the digital transition in a real, responsible and inclusive way. And we make the connection between fundamental and practical research, aimed at the daily application of AI in companies and other organizations. In this way, the AUAS contributes to an inclusive digital transition.

In our magazine we proudly present our seven labs and discuss the importance of our Centre of Expertise. We hope you get a good impression of our methods and approach.

You can find the digital magazine (in Dutch) here 👉🏻 https://heyzine.com/flip-book/552a2865a3.html#page/1

Would you like to receive a hard copy? Then leave your details here 👉🏻 https://forms.office.com/pages/responsepage.aspx?id=HrsHCfwhb0eIQwLQnOtZp8XlcpMWAw9ErQhBMXC83PVUQUhKUjJXUUZMU0o2V003S1ZPMk5VRVU4WS4u

If after reading this you are interested in working together, please contact us at appliedai@hva.nl

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Karolina Sawicka, Business Developer & Innovator at Spatial Experience, posted

Is urban living going to last? What are the alternatives?

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“Remote Work & Stay: modern living solutions beyond urban spaces” - a publication by Spatial Experience gathers valuable insights and perspectives from industry experts in the emerging Remote Work & Stay sector. More and more workers are packing their laptops and moving towards a more flexible way of living and working, now craving for spaces that provide them with new experiences and catered environments that enable personal growth. But are there places that meet their needs properly? In this publication, we dive deep into the drivers of remote work & stay, the innovative living solutions beyond the cities, the technology behind them, and much more. Click the Link below now and get your free copy!

https://www.spatial-experience.com/spx-lab/publications/remote-work-stay-2021

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Manon den Dunnen, Strategisch specialist digitale transformatie , posted

Reference vs. Inference: the truth about us

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Ever more IoT devices being equipped with AI to generate inferences (conclusions) about our behavior, which are then used as references for decisionmaking.
What is still true about us, who decides on our way of being, when ever more devices have AI embedded to generate inferences (conclusions) about our behavior, which
are then used as references for decisionmaking?!
Questioning AI-generated inferences is not just about the reliability of recommendations. As the distinction blurs between what we reference as fact, vs. what the machine inferences based on data, countless impacts on humans, businesses, and society emerge.
Join the discussion at Sensemakers

Manon den Dunnen's picture Meet-up on Jun 16th
Michelle Derks, Communication Advisor , posted

Nxt Museum - Studio404

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Wil jij je eigen face filters maken of wil je een digitaal kunstwerk programmeren? Sluit je aan bij Studio 404 – een plek waar we samen met jou het creatiefste in technologie naar boven halen.

In dit gratis, 6-weken-durende programma slaan Samsung en Nxt Museum de handen ineen om een podium te geven aan jouw nieuwsgierigheid rondom tech & kunst. Met jouw project kun je bovendien kans maken op een plek in ons museum en een Samsung Galaxy A52 smartphone.

Het maakt niet niet uit wat voor cijfers je haalt, hoeveel ervaring je hebt of wie je kent – jouw passie staat bij ons op de eerste plek.

Dus:
– Ben jij tussen 16 en 24 jaar oud en
– Wil jij met jouw creativiteit de wereld van tech veranderen?
– Ben je deze zomer beschikbaar op onderstaande data?
– En woon je in Nederland?

Meld je dan aan!

Naast een bron van nieuwe ervaring & skills kun je dit programma zien als:
– Een kans om jouw werk tentoon te stellen in onze tentoonstellings- en educatieruimte Nxt Lab
– Een kans om een Samsung Galaxy A52 smartphone te winnen
– Een manier om geïnspireerd te raken door de creatievelingen in de tech-wereld
– Een aanvulling op je CV
– Iets leuks om je oma te vertellen

Hoe werkt het?

Het is simpel. Geef uiterlijk voor 11 juli jouw gegevens door via onderstaand formulier en geef aan in welk van de twee gebieden jij wilt specialiseren.

We laten je tussen 21 juni en 1 juli weten of je kunt meedoen aan het programma. Nogmaals, je hebt geen ervaring nodig. Wie het eerst komt, die het eerst maalt; er is dus geen selectieprocedure op basis van jouw informatie. Wel raden we je aan om niet te lang te wachten met jouw aanmelding als je graag wilt meedoen.

Het programma, in 5 stappen:

Gedurende zes weken ga je deze zomer zowel online als bij Nxt Museum aan de slag in Studio 404 – geen zorgen, er is ook genoeg tijd voor vakantie!

1. Inspiratiesessie
online of in Nxt Museum – woe 14 juli, 11:00
Geheel in het teken van tech & kunst, wordt het programma afgetrapt met inspiratiesessies. Met de specialisten van creatief coderen en filtercreaties, leer je meer over deze gebieden en kun je al jouw prangende vragen stellen. Een inspirerende start van een creatieve trip!

2. Workshops
in Nxt Museum – ma. 19 – vr. 23 juli, 1x 3-uur durende workshop
Daarna ontmoeten we elkaar in Nxt Museum (in lijn met de maatregelen rondom Covid) voor een 3 uur durende workshop in Nxt Lab. Hier leer & experimenteer je met de nieuwste technologieën, onder begeleiding van de tech experts in jouw specialisatiegebied. Je legt de eerste bouwstenen van jouw werk.

3. Jouw werk doorontwikkelen
thuis – ma. 26 – vr. 30 juli, 1x een uur samenkomen
Vervolgens werk je thuis verder aan jouw project en krijg je online feedback waarmee je de puntjes op de i kunt zetten.

4. De competitie
online – ma. 26 – vr. 30 juli
Meld jouw werk aan bij de jury om kans te maken op een plek in onze tentoonstellings- en educatieruimte Nxt Lab en een Samsung Galaxy A52 Smartphone.

5. Eindfeest
in Nxt Museum, hopelijk – wo. 18 aug, 19:00 – 22:00
We sluiten het avontuur af met de creatieve geesten die je tijdens deze trip hebt ontmoet. We maken de winnaars per richting (creatief coderen en filtercreatie) bekend en blikken terug op een onvergetelijke zomer. Als de pandemie het toestaat, doen we dit gezamenlijk bij Nxt Lab!

Masterclass / workshop from Jul 14th to Aug 18th
Adriaan van Eck, Implementing IoT & Smart Energy , posted

Alle sprekers bekend van de Smart Energy Community morgen (dinsdag 8 juni)

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Beste allen,

Jullie hadden nog een update tegoed, aangaande het panel dat morgen discussieert in de laatste editie van de Smart Energy Community van dit seizoen.

We gaan met deze 3 experts in op de toekomstverwachtingen voor slimme energiediensten:
- George Trienekens van TenneT,
- Marten van der Laan van Hanzehogeschool,
- Michel Muurmans van Eneco

Het hele programma kunt u hier vinden:
https://www.smartenergycommunity.nl/webinar8juni2021

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Cristina Albesa, International Business Consultant at Integra Innovation, posted

WEBINAR: Digital Twins In Industry: How Do I Start?

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Are you wondering how to create a digital twin for your factory? How do we bring our industrial assets to digital life from the physical one?

Digital Twins are intended to transform large industrial processes. They are a disruptive technology that assures the (R)evolution of the industry and will be essential for 4.0 factories.

Gartner predicted that this year, half of the largest industrial companies would join digital twins technologies, that is, they will increase their productivity by 10%.

Will your factory be one of them?

Cristina Albesa's picture Online event on Jun 10th
Sultan Cetin, Designer | Doctoral Researcher at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), posted

Digital Circular Economy: An Emerging Framework

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Researchers Sultan Cetin (TU Delft), Catherine De Wolf (ETH Zurich) and Nancy Bocken (Maastricht University), have developed a novel framework combining Circular Economy principles and life cycle stages of buildings, and mapped ten potentially enabling digital technologies.

These include:

  1. Additive/robotic manufacturing;
  2. Artificial intelligence;
  3. Big data and analytics;
  4. Blockchain technology;
  5. Building information modelling;
  6. Digital platforms/marketplaces;
  7. Digital twins;
  8. The geographical information system;
  9. Material passports/databanks;
  10. The internet of things.

Their framework can be used to create roadmaps or map your value network in your circular operations.
You can access their article freely.

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Sara de Boer, Programmamaker at Pakhuis de Zwijger, posted

Livecast Pakhuis de Zwijger - Nieuwe Bronnen

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Om klimaatdoelstellingen te halen moeten we in 2030 35 Terrawatt Uur opwekken op land. De regionale energiestrategie biedt perspectief om deze opgave te halen. We denken dan vaak aan draaiende windmolens of glinsterende zonnepanelen, maar technische en ontwerp innovaties gaan snel. In dit programma kijken we vooruit naar 2030 en bieden we vergezichten voor de toekomst.

• Waar kunnen we op rekenen tot 2030?
• Welke innovaties moeten we in de gaten houden?
• Hoe wekken we onze energie duurzaam op in 2050?

Wanneer: maandag 21 juni
Hoe laat: 20.30 uur
Kosten: gratis

Sprekers

Arash Aazami is futurist, ondernemer en systeemvernieuwer. Hij studeerde jazz en rockgitaar, werkte als muzikant, en richtte daarna meerdere IT-startups op. In 2006 vond hij zijn roeping in de energiesector. Hij werd directeur van een energieleverancier en ontwikkelde een radicaal nieuwe kijk op onze energievoorziening, the Internet of Energy. In 2015 richtte Arash Kamangir op. Zijn team van wetenschappers, filosofen en creatievelingen ontwerpt de basis voor ons toekomstige energiesysteem en ontwikkelt langetermijnvisies voor toekomstige generaties.

Laetitia Ouillet is voorzitter van De Windvogel. Eerder werkte ze als directeur van de Strategic Area Energy bij de TU Eindhoven en als directeur Corporate Strategie bij energieleverancier Eneco. Op de TU Eindhoven coördineerde Laetitia samenwerking rondom energieonderzoek en gaf ze een stem aan energiewetenschappers in landelijke discussies.

Prof. dr. Gert Jan Kramer is sinds mei 2016 hoogleraar Duurzame Energievoorziening aan het Copernicus Instituut voor Duurzame Ontwikkeling aan de Universiteit Utrecht en hoofd van de Energy & Resources groep binnen dit instituut. Zijn interessegebied is de energietransitie als technisch en socio-technisch fenomeen.

Online event on Jun 21st
Tom de Munck, Content Marketeer at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, posted

Digital Society Showcase

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It’s that time of the year again! Are you ready for our Online Digital Society Showcase?

In 20 weeks the trainees of Digital Society School worked in multidisciplinary teams on developing a working prototype in collaboration with our project partners. During the showcase the teams will show you the prototypes and explain how they contribute to the Digital Transformation of Society and the Sustainable Development Goals. Of course it’s possible to ask your questions and have conversations with all the teams.

Save the date!

When: Monday June 21st
Whats time: 16:00 - 18.00 CEST
Cost: free

RSVP to secure a spot at our Showcase!

Programme

16:00 Welcome
by Zlatina Tsvetkova (Learning Experience Designer) and Marco van Hout (Creative Director)

16:10 Live talkshow “Dear Future, I’m Ready!”
with Interviews and conversations about

  1. Transformational Leadership and how we build capacity for it in Digital Society School
  2. Learning revolution - the vision, stories, and projects behind our track Educational Technology for social change and the new track we are starting in September, Beyond Blended
  3. Social tech and Digital Transformation -the vision,  stories, and projects behind our tracks Digital Twin and Systems for Sharing
  4. World Building -the vision,  stories, and projects behind our track Design Across Cultures and our biggest global event Global Goals Jam
  5. Instruments of changestories about the ways we integrate technology in society with our instruments teams.

17:00 Opening of the EXPO
You can walk around our virtual venue and meet the teams that have worked on these topics for the last 5 months. They will show you their prototypes, tell you about the journey they took to create them and answer your questions.We will also have an open session to continue the conversations on the topics above with a possibility for you as an audience to join the discussion.

18:00 Closing

Meet the partners

Amsterdam Economic Board, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Association of Dutch Municipalities (VNG), City of Amsterdam, Durham University, European Union, Generalitat de Catalunya, INNO-TEC-LAB, Metropool Regio Amsterdam, Municipality of Haarlem, Startup Amsterdam, Streaming Buzz, University of Amsterdam, University of Barcelona, University of Bucharest, University of Ljubljana.

The projects couldn’t be possible without all partners. A big thank you to all. We are very proud for having the chance to work with all of you.

Sustainable Development Goals


With our projects we support the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) of the United Nations.

Tom de Munck's picture Online event on Jun 21st
Liza Verheijke, Community Manager at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, posted

Responsible AI in de praktijk

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Centre of Expertise Applied Artificial Intelligence (Hogeschool van Amsterdam) live vanuit Pakhuis de Zwijger

Er wordt veel over Artificial Intelligence (AI) gepraat, maar hoe kun je AI nu echt toepassen? En hoe ontwerp je Responsible AI? Wat kun je studenten en AI-toepassers leren? Dit en meer tijdens het event van het Centre of Expertise Applied AI 💡

Wanneer: dinsdag 8 juni
Hoe laat: 16.00 - 17.00 uur
Waar: online

Met o.a. internetpionier Marleen Stikker als keynotespreker. Marleen is de founder van onderzoeksinstituut Waag en aan de Hogeschool van Amsterdam verbonden als Professor of Practice op het gebied van digitalisering.

Hoe maken we zinvolle en bruikbare AI-applicaties?
Hoe ziet verantwoorde AI eruit, die menselijke vermogens en vaardigheden vergroot en de samenleving ten goede komt? Het Responsible AI Lab van het Centre of Expertise Applied AI bestudeert de technologie van AI en gaat de dialoog daarover aan. Het lab maakt Artificiële Intelligentie toegankelijk voor iedereen: inclusief en divers. Specifiek staan de publieke sector en de creatieve industrie centraal. Het lab focust zich voornamelijk op de bredere vraag hoe we zinvolle en bruikbare AI-applicaties kunnen ontwerpen.

Responsible AI
Tijdens dit event gaan we in op het belang van Responsible AI, presenteren we een aantal voorbeeldprojecten waar we momenteel aan werken, en maken we je wegwijs in de gebruikte methodieken.

PROGRAMMA

16.00 | Start en welkom
16.05 | Introductie door Nanda Piersma, wetenschappelijke directeur CoE AAI
16:10 | Keynote - Marleen Stikker, internetpionier
16.30 | Responsible AI in de Praktijk - Pascal Wiggers, hoofddocent Responsible AI
16.50 | Afronding door Katrien de Witte, programmamanager CoE AAI
17.00 | Einde

Het Centre of Expertise Applied AI maakt deel uit van de Amsterdamse AI-hub AI Technology for People, een coalitie van de Amsterdamse kennisinstellingen, gemeente Amsterdam en Amsterdam Economic Board.

Liza Verheijke's picture Online event on Jun 8th
Manon den Dunnen, Strategisch specialist digitale transformatie , posted

A National Sensor registry & update synthetic media/deepfakes

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During this Sensemakers meetup Marc van Andel (Kadaster) will talk about the challenges of the National Sensor Registry that is being realized for the Netherlands. And Manon den Dunnen will share the latest insights on synthetic media. Experts believe that in a few years, 90% of the online content will be synthetic. What are the opportunities for organisations, and how about threats like deepfakes?

Manon den Dunnen's picture Meet-up on May 19th
Anne Lieke Vonk, Scale-up Community Lead at DutchBasecamp, posted

Go-to-Market Programme: Germany | manufacturing & logistics

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Do you represent a scale-up with a proven solution for #manufacturing and #logistics? Are you looking to successfully conquer the German market and want introductions to Mittelstand companies?

We are proud to launch a unique online programme dedicated to your successful market entry.

What to expect?
• Fully demand-driven
• Local knowledge, local network
• Founder to founder learning
• Curated matchmaking based on your client base
• Validate your Go-to-Market strategy

Interested? Apply now to be selected via: www.dutchbasecamp.org/gotomarketgermany
Deadline: May 7

Anne Lieke Vonk's picture Online event from Apr 30th to May 14th
Paul Manwaring, Co-founder at City Innovation Exchange Lab (CITIXL), posted

The Responsible Sensing Toolkit

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As societal values change and the deployment of sensing technology becomes more ubiquitous, what are our digital rights in a 21st-century city?  This dilemma is forcing municipalities to make difficult decisions about practice versus the policy of collecting data from public space. In collaboration with the City of Amsterdam, The City Innovation Exchange Lab (CITIXL) has created the Responsible Sensing Toolkit -  a six-step process to help navigate this new landscape in a fast and effective way. The toolkit was co-designed by experienced city innovators to empower municipalities, organisations, and communities to implement open and inclusive sensing solutions for our 21st-century cities.

Currently in Beta, we are testing the toolkit with various organisations and cities to effectively move from theory to practice by applying the framework to sensing projects in progress.  If you are a city innovator and involved in a sensing project visit our workshop landing page and learn more about how you can signup for a free 1 hour Workshop and start the journey to inclusive and ethical sensing.

The goal of the project is to provide city innovators with a framework for responsible and ethical sensing projects. With this,, we will be promoting digital rights, social values, and data ethics for sensing projects in public spaces.

The Toolkit is currently in the second phase of the development. We are exploring the third phase - to create an interactive platform that could be used by any city.It was co-designed by experienced city innovators to help municipalities, organisations, and communities implement ethical, open, and inclusive sensing solutions for our 21st-century cities.

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