Ethics for research, development and innovation projects

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Ignacio del Arco on ethics for research, development and innovation projects at the SIX Spring School 2010.

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Ethics for research, development and innovation projects

  1. 1. Innovate the daily life, make innovation daily CIBIC
  2. 2. i2BC Presentation Overview We live in the Innovation Age, a time that can be considered as a new Renaissance. CIBIC. Open Innovation Center Thanks to the phenomenal technological advances of the last decades, in the field of information and communication technologies as in many others, we have the potential to significantly improve human wellbeing. The objective of the Institute of Innovation for Human Wellbeing (i2BC from its name in Spanish: Instituto de Innovación para el Bienestar Ciudadano) is to turn this potential into reality by developing solutions to daily problems and improve overall quality of life. Our motto, Innovate daily life, innovate life daily, emphasizes our approach: starting from the real problems of ordinary people to develop effective, sustainable solutions that qualitatively transform people’s lives, improve their wellbeing, enhance the environment they live in, and support them in their personal and professional development. I2BC acts as a catalyst for innovation by promoting and facilitating collaborations among different actors (individuals as well as public and private organizations) and contributing to enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of research enterprises. I2BC is a non-profit organization that was jointly developed by the Ministry of Innovation, Science and Enterprise of the Andalusia Government, the Andalusia International University and the Vodafone Foundation of Spain.
  3. 3. i2BC Presentation Overview CIBIC. Open Innovation Center The aim of the Foundation is to promoting the analysis, obtaining and application the knowledge in the conceptual areas of human welfare in Andalucía and the rest of the World, through the innovative use of information and communication technologies, generating R&D&I of new models, methods and procedures of personal development and social interaction, without forgetting the valuation, prevention and counter- measuring of the possible negative consequences of the increasing man-machine interaction
  4. 4. i2BC Presentation In the World I2BC’s mission is to contribute to people’s wellbeing globally. We believe innovation CIBIC. Open Innovation Center is a powerful engine behind both individual and collective human development. We believe in creating economies of scale and eliminating duplications. For this reason, we cooperate with institutions worldwide to generate ideas, proposals and projects. Countries involved in ongoing projects participated by i2BC España Irlanda Portugal Italia Holanda Rep. Checa Reino Unido Suecia Escocia Noruega Grecia Hungría Countries involved in new proposals Francia Canadá Bélgica Colombia España Bolivia Portugal Holanda Reino Unido Irlanda Italia Rep. Checa Suecia Eslovenia Grecia Chipre
  5. 5. People Led Innovation Reflections on Human-Machine Interactions Public Administrations CIBIC. Open Innovation Center Firms PERSONAL AUTONOMY AS A RIGHT AND NOT AS A SOCIAL IMPERATIVE: HIGH RISK OF TECHNOLOGICAL DESPOTISM
  6. 6. People Led Innovation Reflections on Human-Machine Interactions FIRMS Sensitive Robotics Assistential robotics CIBIC. Open Innovation Center Safety companies Domotics Exoskeletons Wireless Weight Tele-assistance button Asistive Technologies Gluco-Mobile Telehomecare (Health) PUBLIC ADMINISTRATIONS PARTIAL OR SECTORIAL APPROACHES TO DIGITAL DIVIDE: HIGH RISK OF TECHNOLOGICAL DESPOTISM
  7. 7. People Led Innovation From users to people in Innovation Processes CIBIC. Open Innovation Center Top-Down Models Bottom-up Models People Led Innovation (PLI) Empowerment User Red de Driven Outcome Apoyo Innovation Driven Innovation Open Innovation Living labs (Birmingham) Social Networks Social Spaces of Innovation
  8. 8. People Led Innovation Role of persons in Innovation Processes Solutions (services, products, processes) CIBIC. Open Innovation Center ESdI Scenario CMER PLI Effectivity Efficiency Efficacy CIPRES
  9. 9. CIPRES Citizens, Prospective and Specifications EFFECTIVITY CIBIC. Open Innovation Center For whom? EFFICIENCY What for? Where? When? Especificaciones CIPRES triad allows to organize RDI projects and partnerships EFFICACY beyond the technological How? perspective, including human Why? and social elements from the beginning , assuring the incorporation of the person as the central point of the initiative
  10. 10. CIPRES Citizens, Prospective and Specifications CIBIC. Open Innovation Center CItizens •  Who are the final addressees of the solution? •  What are their values and priorities? •  What needs are the solution covering? •  Who will be paying for it? •  What other options will make them refuse? PRospective •  Scientific and technological evidence related •  Research groups working in this area •  Firms with similar solutions •  Similar products or services already in the market •  Identifying future scenarios and the impact of the solution Specifications •  Standards, normalization •  Methods and good practices •  Requirements and technical definitions •  Basic characteristics, rules, norms, procedures
  11. 11. People Led Innovation Reference for Certification With the aim of promoting, CIBIC. Open Innovation Center helping and improving citizens well being to the highest possible degree, I2BC has produced the following regulatory document based on PLI (People Led Innovation), allowing people to manage this innovation. The aims of this document are to: •  Specify the characteristics and requirements that need to be met by an organization so that its products or services can be classed as suitable, in terms of technological effectiveness. •  Define valid measurement methods for observing citizen contribution, including them as part of the processes of Prepared following UNE EN 45011: technological and General Requirements for Entities methodological innovation performing Product Certifications http://www.i2bc.es/inicio/pli/
  12. 12. People Led Innovation Reference for Certification Technological effectiveness is understood to be the ability of a CIBIC. Open Innovation Center solution to be simultaneously: a)  effective, producing the desired effect in a controlled environment (resolving the theoretical problem or meeting on a technical level the need for which it was designed); b)  efficient, achieving results with an adequate relation to cost- benefits (responsible use of resources); but above all; c)  capable of guaranteeing (as judged by the receiver in their own true area of self-assurance) the resolution of the problem or specific need. All this must be achieved without negatively affecting any other essential aspect of their quality of life. Consequently, the citizen is given the role of leader in the final definition and acceptance of the innovation. This is the only way for the process to remain aligned with the principles of PLI (People Led Innovation).
  13. 13. People Led Innovation Reference for Certification BASE PLI FACTORS BASE PLI FACTORS CIBIC. Open Innovation Center Emotional Ergonomics Citizen Sustainability Security Focus Innovation Management Cogni3ve
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  14. 14. People Led Innovation Social Spaces for Research and Innovation CIBIC. Open Innovation Center Social Spaces for Research and Innovation Social Spaces for Research and Innovation are organized ecosystems where the research and innovation activities are led by the needs and restrictions of communities that will benefit from the results. These ecosystem must encompass the different stakeholders and the social, economical and political complexities of any human community.
  15. 15. People Led Innovation Social Innovation Real Experiences CIBIC. Open Innovation Center Methodologies acTÙa People’s needs Ideas Communication Wellbeing
  16. 16. C2ORE Experimentation and Action: acTÚa Moving towards Social Innovation Real Experiences Methodologies acTÙa People’s needs Ideas Communication Wellbeing
  17. 17. www.i2bc.es Fundación Instituto de Innovación para el Bienestar Ciudadano C/ Severo Ochoa, 16 -20. Edif. Estepona. Planta Baja 29590 PTA MALAGA CIBIC

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