The first HubIT Advisory Board workshop takes place in Budapest on 8th of November 2017.
It will offer a discussion forum where 12 representatives of the projects under the RRI-SSH approach will address crucial key topics of responsible ICT innovation and formulated expectations on the HubIT project.
The overall objective of the Workshop is to create the first contact with the HubIT core target group (SSH-RRI projects) and understand their level of awareness of the overall concept of RRI and SSH-ICT collaboration. Also, to establish understanding on the practical problems and needs related to those dimensions when planning and implementing the projects. And finally, to identify how HubIT could coordinate and support the SSH-RRI dimension within those projects.
The workshop has 2 sessions:
Session 1: The concept of responsible ICT innovation with the aim to establish a common understanding of what it takes for ICT research and innovation to be responsible and inclusive, and how to make it happen.
Session 2: Key drivers, barriers, challenges and needs in pursuing SSH-RRI in ICT with the aim to identify drivers, barriers, challenges and needs in planning and delivering responsible ICT innovation and expectations on HubIT.
The discussion of each session will take place in two parts:
1) Moderated parallel group discussions, addressing a predefined list of questions.
2) Presentations of the key findings stemming from the parallel group discussions followed by moderated open discussion and conclusions.