“Rolling out technology without citizen participation does not work”

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One of our 8000 community members is Tom van Arman. Tom is founder and director of Tapp, an agency that develops responsible urban technologies. Tom is full of ideas about the digital city. 'And citizens must be much more involved in the implementation of technology in the public space', he says.

He uses the data principles of the Tada Manifesto, inclusivity, tailored to people, control, legitimacy, transparancy and for people, in his work.

In this interview Tom explains how entrepreneurs could learn more from each other about developing ethical technology and how Tada can act as a library for the exchange of knowledge.

Check out the interview (in Dutch):