Register for the Orbit Online Workshop on

Context-sensitive Responsible Innovation Assessment

Register for our Context-sensitive Responsible Innovation Assessment workshop on 12th November 2-4pm to:

  • Hear how industry leading organisations tailor their responsible innovation practices to different stages of the innovation lifecycle
  • Learn about new research in responsible innovation assessment
  • Discuss Responsible Innovation assessment methodologies including self-assessment tools and BSI PAS440
  • Contribute to research on context-sensitive responsible innovation assessment

Confirmed Speakers

Fran Baker

Global Social Innovation Lead, Arm Holdings
Fran provides strategic direction for social innovation at Arm, creating and surfacing new opportunities that enable technology solutions for social impact at scale, particularly in low resource settings. Nurturing entrepreneurial social innovations, through to managing our global partnerships with UNICEF Innovation and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and collaborating internally for sustainable transformation and growth.

Lucy Gonzalez

Research Project Manager, Arm Holdings
As a professional in the field of project management with experience delivering research projects in a variety of contexts and disciplines and particular interests in sustainability, Lucy provides insight into key considerations for integrating responsibility issues into different stages of product lifecycles.

Cecily Morrison

Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research Cambridge
Cecily’s research in the Human Experience & Design (HXD) community at Microsoft Research focusses on the development of novel technologies to enable people’s health and well-being in the broadest sense, at the intersection of Human-Computer Interaction and Artificial Intelligence. Working in a cross-disciplinary collaboration, her current focus is on AI applications for those with visual disabilities. She holds a PhD in Computer Science from University of Cambridge.

Daniel Barlow

Head of Innovation Policy at BSI
Daniel is the Head of Innovation Policy at BSI, the UK’s National Standards Body. He is responsible for promoting standards to supercharge the economic, societal and environmental benefit of UK innovation. Previous experience includes leading Digital Manufacturing at Rolls-Royce and Aerospace trade strategy in the Department for International Trade. He is a Chartered Engineer.
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  • This workshop will contribute towards Orbit’s research into responsible innovation assessment. Your name or any other personal identifying information will not appear in any publications resulting from this study; neither will there be anything to identify your organisation. A Project Information sheet for this research is here and any questions can be sent to psxvb1@nottingham.ac.uk.

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