Join the Virtual Summit on Responsible Innovation for Smart Homes and Smart Health and connect with a community of high-level experts on June 11-12, 2019 – from the convenience of your desk.

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Digitalization, Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence hold the potential to create new business opportunities while helping to address the grand challenges Europe is facing today.

The Virtual Summit on Responsible Innovation for Smart Homes and Smart Health explores how this immense potential can be navigated in a responsible, inclusive and sustainable manner.


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Six Reasons to Join the Virtual Summit

1) More than 50 confirmed high-level speakers
2) Six tracks full of inspiration and discussions

3) Hundreds of participants from around the world

4) Virtual exhibition of successful projects and tools

5) Video competition with attractive prizes

6) No travel, low environmental impacts

Who we are

LIVING INNOVATION is the first industry driven initiative on responsible innovation funded by the European Union.

It was started by 14 partners from industry, civil society and research and involves major companies of the ICT and the health care sector.

We co-create the way we will live in 2030 - combining creativity and business acumen, human-centered design and responsibility.

Visit us at www.living-innovation.net!


COMPASS supports Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in emerging technology industries to manage their research, development and innovation activities in a responsible and inclusive manner.

Resources provided by the project include a responsible innovation self-check tool, sector roadmaps, a set of good practice cases, a co-creation method kit, as well as training materials and tools tailored to the needs of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises.

The Data Ethics Canvas is a tool for anyone who collects, shares or uses data.
It helps identify and manage ethical issues – at the start of a project that uses data, and throughout. The Data Ethics Canvas provides a framework to develop ethical guidance that suits any context, whatever the project’s size or scope.

The Digital Health Observatory aims to provide relevant, timely and high-quality content in digital health transformation, to increase awareness and the commitment of governments and the private sector, to generate knowledge to improve health using digital technologies and processes, and to disseminate research findings and best practices.

The Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a document prepared by the High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence (AI HLEG). This independent expert group was set up by the European Commission in June 2018, as part of the AI strategy announced earlier that year.

The Foundation for Responsible Robotics has partnered with Deloitte to create the FRR Quality Mark for Robotics and AI. The aim of the quality mark is to promote important features of products that will contribute to a better world, including sustainability, integrity, safety and security, and ethical design together with a consideration of societal impact.

The Gender in Design Toolkit was developed at Stanford University to support innovation practicioners in exploring Gender, Design and Inclusivity. 

The Guidelines for Personalized Health Technology are principles for the responsible innovation of personalized health technologies and the appropriate stewardship of data from these technologies.

Healthy Measures is a multi-stakeholder communications platform to mobilise support for better, equitable and effective health delivery across the EU.

LIVING INNOVATION is the first industry driven initiative on responsible innovation funded by the European Union. It was started by 14 partners from industry, civil society and research and involves major companies of the ICT and the health care sector.

The Mapping The IoT Toolkit is an analog card-based kit that wants to support designers in developing successful smart products.

NBS is a growing network of more than 7,000 researchers and managers committed to advancing sustainable business. We aim to shape management practice and research with the resources we produce and the dialogue we facilitate.

The Open Valuation Toolkit is designed to support the reflective process and to help groups develop those reflective practices as a collective, and from this to develop evaluative frames that keep them on track as their work unfolds.

Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) aimed to ensure the sustainability, acceptability and desirability of research processes and outputs. ORBIT provides training, consultancy and other RRI services to both university and industry research and innovation teams to help ensure that RRI principles are embedded in development from the earliest possible point.

The Playbook for Innovation Learning has been created for innovation practitioners who want to spread innovation skills, methods and tools.

Responsible Industry explored how private corporations can conduct their research and innovation activities responsibly in the domain of ICT for healthy ageing and well-being.

SATORI aimed to develop a common European framework for ethical assessment of research and innovation. It is a platform for the consolidation and advancement of ethical assessment in research and innovation. The project aims to develop a common framework of ethical principles and practical approaches so as to strengthen shared understandings among actors involved in the design and implementation of research ethics.

Shadow's Edge is the only game designed and developed for the sole purpose of supporting young patient’s emotional health, connecting players to themselves and their peers in similar situations in a meaningful and fun way.

SISCODE is an EU funded project aimed at stimulating the use of co-creation methodologies in policy design, using bottom-design-driven methodologies to pollinate Responsible Research and Innovation, and Science Technology and Innovation Policies.

The Springer Nature Grand Challenges portal is an online home for groundbreaking academic research on the world’s most pressing societal problems. Each week the portal features thought-leading reporting, discoveries, insights and analysis from the brands that Springer Nature publishes.

The Ethical Operating System can help makers of tech, product managers, engineers, and others get out in front of problems before they happen. It’s been designed to facilitate better product development, faster deployment, and more impactful innovation. All while striving to minimize technical and reputational risks.

The Patient Innovation Platform is a social network (international, multilingual and non-profit) that aims to facilitate the sharing of innovative solutions developed by patients, caregivers and collaborators of any disease.