The digital revolution comes with new achievements every day and offers solutions that are capable of dramatically affecting our everyday lives - all in the near future. But are there any unwanted negative side effects of these?
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The first National Targeted Event was organized together with the workshop "Big and Open Data and Open Software for Real Life" in Prague, Czech Republic.
During the workshop questions related to RRI were discussed with SMEs as well as with colleagues from the D-STIR project.
The main topic of the workshop and following hackathon was open access (as one of the themes of RRI).
The event was visited by about 100 participants from SMEs, state administration, universities or NGOs.
The Education of RRI experts was organized in the Hotel Galaxie, Prague, Czechia.
The Capacity Building session will be focused on understanding RRI and RI assessment tools as well as RI consultant profile.
Detail information on the venue and Prague are in this document.
Responsible innovation promotes societal engagement, gender equality, ethics, open access, risk-assessment, education and good governance. Central European countries lack knowledge, skills and policy frameworks to encourage responsible innovation. This shortage limits the overall potential for innovation and ultimately threatens responsible economic growth and well-being.
The ROSIE project aims to improve skills among entrepreneurs and innovation actors to promote responsible innovation in companies. The project will also develop and test tools and training to improve capacity to implement innovation responsibly.
Project ROSIE has 11 partners from 8 countries and 5 associated partners.