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Responsible research and innovation, the impact on social challenges

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A.A. 2018/19

2018/19

Responsible research and innovation, the impact on social challenges

0. Aims and some anticipation 0.1 Why and How a responsible R&I 0.2 Responsibility - concrete and workable consequences 1. Why the responsibility in social challenges? 1.1 The limits of our understanding 1.2 The announcement of R&I advances - enthusiasm or mortification? 1.3 Does it make sense to raise some question? 1.4 What can we learn? 2. Organising a discourse around the responsibility in R&I 2.1 The Observer and the Observed process 2.2 Some paradigms for the action 2.3 Language and contaminations 2.4 The responsible choice between past and future 3. Societal challenges, the responsible approach - examples 3.1 Finance and Technology for a never-ending growth? 3.2 Digital communications, physical and cognitive impact 3.3 Digital communications, the social dimension 3.4 The goods production cycle - quantity or quality? 3.5 The food chain, from fork to farm 3.6 Health and care, from reactive to systemic paradigms 3.7 Ageing population - a social bomb? 3.8 Energy conversion - centralisation or de-centralisation? 3.9 Automation, the social dimension 3.10 Disintermediation, the prosumer on the horizon 3.11 The employment dilemma 4. Seeking for new perspectives. The global responsibility 4.1 From Kyoto to COP 21 - a global concertation for a sustainable development? 4.2 The CO2 budget 4.3 Environmental sustainability or social stability? 4.4 Potential measures for prosperity 5. Seeking for new perspectives. The local responsibility 5.1 The local-global dilemma – competition and inclusion 5.2 EU, Community Led Local Development and other measures 5.3 Emerging opportunities for new economic paradigms – re-orientate the technology potentials 5.4 Emerging opportunities for new economic paradigms – identify the synergies within the social issues 5.5 Exploiting the opportunities 6. A responsible education for a responsible mind-set 6.1 Cognitive constructs and responsibility 6.2 Education through societal challenges 6.3 Digital school and employment perspectives 7. Conclusion – a summary, a recommendation and further studies

Responsible research and innovation, the impact on social challenges

0. Aims and some anticipation 0.1 Why and How a responsible R&I 0.2 Responsibility - concrete and workable consequences 1. Why the responsibility in social challenges? 1.1 The limits of our understanding 1.2 The announcement of R&I advances - enthusiasm or mortification? 1.3 Does it make sense to raise some question? 1.4 What can we learn? 2. Organising a discourse around the responsibility in R&I 2.1 The Observer and the Observed process 2.2 Some paradigms for the action 2.3 Language and contaminations 2.4 The responsible choice between past and future 3. Societal challenges, the responsible approach - examples 3.1 Finance and Technology for a never-ending growth? 3.2 Digital communications, physical and cognitive impact 3.3 Digital communications, the social dimension 3.4 The goods production cycle - quantity or quality? 3.5 The food chain, from fork to farm 3.6 Health and care, from reactive to systemic paradigms 3.7 Ageing population - a social bomb? 3.8 Energy conversion - centralisation or de-centralisation? 3.9 Automation, the social dimension 3.10 Disintermediation, the prosumer on the horizon 3.11 The employment dilemma 4. Seeking for new perspectives. The global responsibility 4.1 From Kyoto to COP 21 - a global concertation for a sustainable development? 4.2 The CO2 budget 4.3 Environmental sustainability or social stability? 4.4 Potential measures for prosperity 5. Seeking for new perspectives. The local responsibility 5.1 The local-global dilemma – competition and inclusion 5.2 EU, Community Led Local Development and other measures 5.3 Emerging opportunities for new economic paradigms – re-orientate the technology potentials 5.4 Emerging opportunities for new economic paradigms – identify the synergies within the social issues 5.5 Exploiting the opportunities 6. A responsible education for a responsible mind-set 6.1 Cognitive constructs and responsibility 6.2 Education through societal challenges 6.3 Digital school and employment perspectives 7. Conclusion – a summary, a recommendation and further studies

Responsible research and innovation, the impact on social challenges

Responsible research and innovation, the impact on social challenges

Responsible research and innovation, the impact on social challenges

Responsible research and innovation, the impact on social challenges

Responsible research and innovation, the impact on social challenges

Responsible research and innovation, the impact on social challenges

Responsible research and innovation, the impact on social challenges

Responsible research and innovation, the impact on social challenges

Responsible research and innovation, the impact on social challenges

Responsible research and innovation, the impact on social challenges

Responsible research and innovation, the impact on social challenges

Responsible research and innovation, the impact on social challenges

Responsible research and innovation, the impact on social challenges

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