Trilateral Research is a partner in the EU-funded research project DEVELOP: Developing careers through social networks and transversal competencies. The aim of the project is to build a software tool that will help employees plan their career development and get feedback on their competencies and skills,...

We are pleased to announce that Trilateral Research has been recently appointed as the Data Protection Officer (DPO) for the University of Cambridge Group, which includes the University of Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, and Cambridge Assessment. ‘We have engaged Trilateral Research as part of our drive...

The Information Commissioner’s Office (“ICO”) has recently published its annual report for the 2017-2018 period, outlining the work it has undertaken over the past year (1 April 2017-31 March 2018). The report includes some interesting facts and figures relevant to organisations, especially public sector organisations,...

Artificial intelligence and big data analytics have the potential to add greatly to the benefits of information and communication technologies, but they can also have undesirable impacts on ethics and human rights. Privacy and data protection are the most obvious issues, but they are far from...

Trilateral Research joins law enforcement agencies, technology and information systems companies and other research institutions from several EU countries in the newly launched, EU-funded COPKIT project, for a game-changing initiative to combat terrorism and organised crime. While organised crime and terrorist (OCT) groups are often at...

In collaboration with CCARHT (Cambridge Centre for Applied Research in Human Trafficking) and The Zovighian Partnership, we are proud to have co-organised the 2018 CCARTH Counter Trafficking Cambridge Summer Symposium. We will address questions such as: which are the enablers of Modern Slavery and Human trafficking? This...

“Artificial intelligence and big data analytics bring a variety of benefits to society, but at the same time have the potential to disrupt society, ethical values and human rights, and life as we know it”, says Bernd Stahl, Director of the Centre for Computing and...

Trilateral Research joins law enforcement agencies, national tax authorities and other research institutions from several EU countries in the newly launched, EU-funded PROTAX project, for a concerted and timely initiative to combat tax crime in Europe. The PROTAX consortium is looking for answers to questions like...

Organized crime and terrorist organisations are often at the forefront of technological innovation in planning, executing and concealing their criminal activities and the revenues stemming from them. Trilateral Research has worked in many projects aiming to develop solutions to tackle cybercrime, terrorist activities and understand their...

Trilateral Research’s integrated approach combines technology and social sciences to deliver sustainable impact. In fact, our interdisciplinary team is made of data scientists, computer scientists, social scientists and ethical and legal experts. We employ co-design methodologies with end users to develop, test and implement state of...

The Digital Ethics Summit held in December 2017 focussed on AI ethics, foresight and ethics by design. The messages coming out of the summit are highly relevant for everyone who is interested in the socio-economical impacts of emerging technologies. Rowena Rodrigues, Trilateral's Senior Research Analysts...

Trilateral Research has finalised the expansion of the organisation in Ireland. The new branch is the result of several years of work in developing strong working partnerships with Irish organisations and strategically extends Trilateral’s services for the public sector and its commercial offer in technology...

Trilateral Research is developing a proposal for an EU funded project focused on addressing extreme ideologies and polarisation. We are looking to collaborate with key actors (e.g., policy makers, government officials), institutions (e.g., educational institutions, health institutions, faith groups, Law Enforcement Agencies) and organisations (e.g., civil...

The iTRACK project aims at improving protection and safety of humanitarian missions with intelligent sociotechnical solutions supporting aid workers operating in areas of humanitarian disaster with: tracking threat detection navigation logistics coordination In 2017 the project is as timely as when it started; this year we...

Trilateral Research would like to join other partners to write a proposal for the upcoming H2020 EU project addressing the socioeconomic challenge of people displaced by conflict and disasters. Read here for more information. The deadline for submissions is 13 March November 2018, and we would...

Trilateral Research is working to raise awareness of privacy, including data protection requirements, among both recreational and commercial drone users with our work on the DroneRules.EU project. To take full advantage of the benefits of drone applications, while ensuring their responsible use, the DroneRules.EU project website...

Webscraping tools, sometimes referred to as ‘bots’, allow the extraction and collection of code and data from the web for later retrieval or analysis. Their uses range from law enforcement to journalism, to research and business, facilitating data and market analysis, visualisation, and even price...

Trilateral Research hopes to join other partners to write a proposal for the upcoming EU funded project to prevent and combat gender-based violence and violence against children. The deadline for submissions is 14 November 2017, and we would like to contribute with our experience and expertise...

The virtual currency Bitcoin is among the most well-known applications of blockchain technology. A blockchain is a distributed ledger/database, grown and supported by decentralized network nodes. In Bitcoin, the blockchain is used to maintain a continuously growing list of records of transactions, called blocks, which...

More than 140 participants and high-level EU officials attended the SATORI project (of which Trilateral is deputy coordinator) final conference held in Brussels on 18-19 September 2017. The conference discussed current and future trends in ethics of R&I. The SATORI Final Conference Ethics Assessment of Research...

Last month, the Crisis team’s Su Anson and Maurice Said participated in the 7th Annual Conference of the Institute for Risk & Disaster Reduction (IRDR) at UCL, presenting information on two projects – ResiStand and PREP1. The conference took place on 21st June 2017 in London and...

The lack of a balanced and harmonised approach to ethical assessment of research and innovation (R&I) projects in many countries often leads to unwanted outcomes such as unethical research, poor quality of ethics reviews, and uncertainty for researchers, innovators and regulators. To overcome these bad...

The use of data analytics, machine learning and data visualisation for quality control and predictive maintenance within manufacturing settings is not an obvious space to consider research ethics. Nevertheless, such projects often use employees or members of the public to gather requirements, test systems and...

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