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Who is tracking the tracker?

The Tracker Scanner is a proof of concept that detects all types of bluetooth trackers. The project is used as a means to guide the conversation around the issue of trackers in general.

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Interview Ibo van de Poel

We interviewed prof. dr. ir. Ibo van de Poel, professor in Ethics and Technology at Delft University of Technology.

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Working visit committee of Digital Affairs

On Friday June 10 a delegation of the parliamentary committee of Digital Affairs visited the Responsible Sensing Lab during a working visit at the invitation of Shula Rijxman - Amsterdam’s new alderwoman for the Digital City.

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Three projects exhibited at Arcam

On 11 March the exhibition Private_Eye_Butler_Spy will be opened, that features three of our projects.

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Can smart doorbells be more privacy friendly?

You are invited to answer this question on March 10 and 14 in Amsterdam!

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Nomination Privacy Awards

Shuttercam has been shortlisted for the Dutch Privacy Awards 2022!

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Interview about ‘Alternative imaginaries for the smart city’

How is it going with this project? Read the interview to find out!

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Join our Responsible Drones session

Together with Amsterdam Smart City we are exploring the use of drones in the city: how could this technology be utilized in a responsible manner?

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Responsible Sensing Lab was present at DDW 2021

Responsible Sensing Lab was present at the Dutch Design Week on October 19th within the Up Close & Personal program. One of our initiators Coen took part in the talk show and prototypes of our projects Shuttercam and Shutterring have been exhibited in the Klokgebouw expo.

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Responsible Sensing Lab at DDW 2021

Responsible Sensing Lab is participating in the Dutch Design Week program Up Close & Personal from 16-24 October.

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Democratizing oversight

Should we move towards a more collective approach in supervising algorithms in city systems? Thijs Turèl and Sjoerd Verhagen wrote an article on how citizens could play an important role in making society’s algorithms more transparent and democratic.

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Data transparency in public space

On Wednesday and Thursday October 6 and 7 the Responsible Sensing Lab and the NWO funded research group BRIDE (BRIdging Data in the built Environment) will co-host a conference in order to explore how data collecting capabilities and uses are made available (and understandable) to the general public.

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