General News & Updates

ORBIT Webinar – Responsible Digital Transformation – Maria Axente from PwC

In her role as Responsible AI and AI for Good Lead at PwC, Maria advises partners across industry, academia, governments, and more, on how to harness the power of AI in an ethical and responsible mann...

ORBIT delivers Responsible Research and Innovation for Quantum Technologies workshop for QUSTEC

Martin de Heaver and Philip Inglesant of ORBIT delivered a workshop on Responsible Research & Innovation for Quantum technologies to 40 doctoral candidates for QUSTEC, Quantum Science and Technolo...

100+ Brilliant Women in AI & Ethics: Conference 2019 Video Highlights

On September 16th, 2019, ORBIT was proud to bring together some of the most eminent women working in AI ethics. Coming from all over the world, these women are working to ensure that tech works for th...

HDSR – Special issue 1 – COVID-19: Unprecedented Challenges and Chances

Special free Covid-19 issue from @TheHDSR covering the probability of vaccine success, testing for new therapies, discussions from leading epidemiologists and using this time as a silver lining to con...

ORBIT Delivers First RRI Hackathon for Royal Holloway

In partnership with the Cyber Security for the Everyday CDT, ORBIT successfully delivered our first online Hackathon. Many thanks to all that attended and congratulations everyone for some truly insig...

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Technological responses to COVID-19: the need for responsible innovation

The COVID-19 pandemic occurs at a time when there is also a massive availability of ICT tools and technologies. As a result, all over the world, programmers, engineers, computer scientists and data sp...

Academic Rebellion OR: why we needed a carbon-neutral conference, and how we did it

Evidence of the climate emergency is all around us. It was therefore one of the earliest considerations in our 100+ Brilliant Women in AI & Ethics conference that we wanted to create a carbon-neut...

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