Research Unit

Digital Innovation for Man and Society

Acronym
DELTA
Duration
01 August 2020 → Ongoing
Promotor-spokesperson
Other information
Research disciplines
  • Humanities
    • History not elsewhere classified
    • Philosophy not elsewhere classified
    • Art studies and sciences not elsewhere classified
  • Natural sciences
    • Artificial intelligence not elsewhere classified
    • Information sciences not elsewhere classified
    • Visual computing not elsewhere classified
  • Social sciences
    • Applied psychology not elsewhere classified
    • Applied economics not elsewhere classified
    • Management not elsewhere classified
    • Instructional sciences not elsewhere classified
    • Criminology not elsewhere classified
    • Law not elsewhere classified
    • Media studies not elsewhere classified
  • Medical and health sciences
    • Intensive care and emergency medicine not elsewhere classified
    • Bio-informatics and computational biology not elsewhere classified
    • Rehabilitation sciences not elsewhere classified
  • Engineering and technology
    • Communications technology not elsewhere classified
    • Mechatronics and robotics not elsewhere classified
    • Scientific computing not elsewhere classified
    • Signal processing not elsewhere classified
    • Geomatic engineering not elsewhere classified
Description
DELTA wants to put digital innovation back at the service of people and society. After all, although technology can make people's lives healthier, safer, more prosperous and happier, we have to watch out for undesirable effects. That is why Delta is bringing researchers together with policymakers, entrepreneurs and civil society organisations. Delta explores the possibilities of the very latest technologies and steers digital innovation in the desired direction.