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Day of Practice-Based Research: Responsible Applied AI

29 September 2022 @ 12:30 - 18:30 CEST

29 September 2022, 12.30 – 18.30 hours
Hulstkamp building, Maaskade 119, Rotterdam
Free admission, but please register via this link

Please note: the official language of this event is Dutch, but a majority of the talks on stage 2 are in English. There is plenty to see and do at this event for English speakers.

Artificial Intelligence is woven into our daily reality. It can be a great tool, for example, in healthcare and medicine or in matters around security and social issues. On the other hand, there is the encroaching use of algorithms and industrial superpowers that are increasingly controlling us with AI, restricting freedom, and pushing the limits of our privacy. To navigate this new reality, dialogue and mapping the route to Responsible Applied AI is more urgent than ever.

The Day of Applied Research 2022 organized by Hogeschool Rotterdam, is dedicated to Responsible Applied AI. From the six knowledge centers – Business Innovation, Creating 010, Duurzame HavenStad, Talent Development & Care Innovation, and Willem de Kooning Academy – a variety of speakers will present their insights and seek dialogue in three programs. What are the ethical rules and frameworks? How and by whom do these come about? How are they monitored? And where are the developments heading?


12:30 – 17:00

  • Room 1 – Learning with, about, and from AI (kenniscentrum Talentontwikkeling & kenniscentrum Creating 010)
  • Room 2 – Opportunities and problems of AI (Collaboration between Willem de Kooning Academy & Kenniscentrum Business Innovation) Program in English
  • Room 3 – Responsible AI should not exclude anyone (Collaboration between kenniscentrum Zorginnovatie & Duurzame Havenstad en Centre of Expertise EMI 

17:00 – 18:30 Drinks


This day is also a place for innovation and connection. Recent and high-profile projects by students and teachers will be presented at the AI EXPO.

Visit our website (in Dutch) for more information. Entrance is free, but please register via this link