When developing new technologies, responsible organisations know that it is essential to consider the ways in which these technologies may, positively or negatively, impact society. However, the effects that new technologies can have on the world is often very difficult to anticipate. Social Impact Assessments (SIA) identify how new projects, technologies or services might impact particular communities and the wider society in order to mitigate potential risks and maximise positive impact.
Trilateral Research’s interdisciplinary team employs a collaborative co-design approach to social impact assessments. Our team works closely with our clients to:
Trilateral Research has a team of experts with extensive experience conducting social impact assessments. Our multidisciplinary team, comprised of social scientists, data scientists, data protection officers and legal experts understands technology, society and ethics, and more importantly, how they come together. We can develop a range of social science research methods best suited to your social context.
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Combating human trafficking in areas affected by armed conflicts - Trilateral Research
Trilateral Research are working with the Ministry of Defence in a new project, Project Solebay. This is one of a...
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Leveraging data to develop modern slavery risk assessments - Trilateral Research
Trilateral’s Data Science team takes part in the SOLEBAY project by developing cloud-based dashboards to bring d...
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Honeycomb end-users’ workshop - understanding end-users’ requirements to better combat human trafficking and modern slavery - Trilateral Research
Together with University of Manchester, we are launching project Honeycomb to help better understand human trafficking ...