We're a team of passionate individuals working towards responsible innovation in ICT
Martin De Heaver
Formerly Executive Director at CPC and has founded and run a number of new and established enterprises. He has also been supporting new entrepreneurs as a judge and mentor at the London Business School since 2004. He has also delivered research projects funded by EU frameworks 4/5 and 7 and InnovateUK, and is a former Visiting Senior Research Fellow at King’s College London.
Director of the Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility at De Montfort University. His interests include philosophical issues arising from the intersections of business, technology, and information. This includes the ethics of ICT and critical approaches to information systems. He specialises in advising on the ethical issues arising from emerging technologies and how responsible research and innovation principles can use anticipatory governance approaches to help ensure improved outcomes for research.
Professor of Human Centred Computing at Oxford University. She undertakes work focused on deepening societal comprehension of the impacts of technology and ameliorating negative effects by anticipating outcomes. She leads the human centred computing group, an interdisciplinary research group that aims to understand the ways in which technology affects communication, collaboration and knowledge exchange within scientific, work and home settings.
Paul has more than 18 years of experience in graphic and web design in e-commerce and institutional contexts. He has created online work for clients such as EMI Music and Universal Studios as well as websites for groups such as the Big Innovation Centre and the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Artificial Intelligence.
Carolyn Ten Holter
Carolyn is a specialist in marketing communications and has wide experience in business development for law firms and professional consultancies. She has a degree in law and a Masters in Library and Information Science.
Margherita worked previously as a researcher at the department of Experimental Psychology of Oxford University. With a strong academic background, her research focused on Cognitive Psychology and on the use of techniques such as electroencephalography (EEG) and transcranial electrical brain stimulation (tES). She worked on projects funded by the ESRC and IARPA.