Horizon Blog

Why do I care about Responsible Digital Futures?

Having worked on the area of digital mental health for the last 10 years, I always wondered if data ethics or other formal regulatory frameworks offer enough protection to people. […]

Thinking about Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Context: Reflecting on Participatory Design and Ethnography as an approach to Ethical Enquiry

In this blog Alan Chamberlain, Senior Research Fellow, Mixed Reality Lab at the University of Nottingham discusses his research interests, how he came to be interested in responsible research and […]

Adaptive Interactive Movies – final blog

The overarching aim for this research project was to explore how, from viewing an audience’s real-time reactions to cinematic narrative content, could a computer vision system imply ongoing engagement and […]

Responsible Digital Futures: Who are we and what are we trying to achieve?

We live in a rapidly changing world. Many of the changes we encounter are driven or facilitated by digital technologies. In recent years digital innovations have provided citizens across the […]

Angela attends retreat in Italy to meet Industry Partner

Fourth-year CDT PhD student, Angela Thornton, has had the opportunity to meet her industry partner, Carboncopies Foundation (CCF), in person for the first time. They were able to get together in Italy […]