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Ethics of new generation data and evaluation of vulnerable groups

Author: Clara Grimes
Posted on: Wednesday, May 31, 2017 - 20:00

The EMPOWER project will hold a workshop on the ethics of new generation data and evaluation of vulnerable groups

EMPOWER is pleased to announce it will be hosting its next workshop at Canvas Barcelona in Barcelona, Spain on Monday 10th July.

The workshop will be EMPOWER’s fourth in an ongoing series of workshops, and will be focused on ethics of new generation data and evaluation of vulnerable groups. At the end of the workshop:

  • Participants will have an improved understanding and skills in recognising and mitigating ethical issues concerning the use of individuals’ location based data and other sensitive primary data.
  • Participants will have expanded understanding and skills in identifying and evaluating vulnerable groups in the data
  • Participants will have clearer and better developed plans on demonstrating the EMPOWER KPI concerning urban accessibility and attractiveness, customer/user satisfaction and vulnerable groups

The workshop is intended for EMPOWER TUCs, EMPOWER Living Lab stakeholders, TUC subcontractors, Follower Cities/Organisations, Lighthouse projects & CIVITAS members.

The workshop is free to attend but there is limited availability. If you would like to find out further details about the workshop and how to apply for a place, please contact .

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