ORBIT is a leading provider of RRI training
across academia and industry
Whether you are a post graduate or you work within industry, the ORBIT suite of tools will assist you in aligning your responsibility with your practises.
ORBIT is able to draw on the extensive experience of members in European research projects and provide a number of possible services to proposals and projects:
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Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) aims to ensure the sustainability, acceptability and desirability of research processes and outputs. ORBIT provides training, consultancy and services to both University and Industry Research and Innovation teams to help ensure that RRI principles are embedded in development.
Despite the many advantages of ICT, there are numerous examples of problems and downsides, from privacy issues and security concerns researchers and innovators in the area of ICT as well as other stakeholders in innovation processes have the opportunity and maybe the duty to consider their role and influence on the desired and undesired consequences of ICT.
Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) aims to ensure the sustainability, acceptability and desirability of research processes and outputs. The ORBIT project is funded by the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. Its purpose is to provide services to promote RRI across the UK ICT research community. It aims to move beyond ICT and the UK and will provide RRI services and knowledge to all interested parties.
ORBIT (the Observatory for Responsible Research and Innovation) has been commissioned by the EPSRC to provide leadership in the promotion and application of responsible research and innovation practices to the information and communication technology (ICT) community. In order to achieve this goal, ORBIT has developed a series of Workshops and Courses for for doctoral and postgraduate students.
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