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The observatory for responsible research and innovation in ICT: identifying problems and sharing good practice

Eden, G and Stahl, B and Flick, C and Jirotka, M and Nguyen, Q and Timmermans, J (2015) The observatory for responsible research and innovation in ICT: identifying problems and sharing good practice. In: Responsible innovation 2: concepts, approaches, and applications. Springer, Cham, pp. 105-120. ISBN 3319173073

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Abstract

The implementation of responsible research and innovation (RRI) with the aim of ensuring socially acceptable and desirable outcomes of research and innovation activities requires coordinated action by numerous actors. RRI may be conceptualised as a network of interlinking responsibilities, some of which have long been established, others that will have to be defined. Actors in these networks of responsibilities will require knowledge about possible activities, normative foundations and good practice that they currently are unlikely to possess. In order to provide a platform for the exchange of knowledge and good practice that different actors can use, the UK EPSRC-funded project on a Framework for Responsible Research and Innovation in ICT is developing an Observatory meant to be a community-based resource that can provide the resources required by stakeholders of ICT research. This chapter describes the way the system is devel-oped and tested. In reflecting upon the development process of the observatory, the chapter provides insights into how the broader discourse on responsible inno-vation could benefit from this type of resource.

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