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Efforts to co-produce knowledge that can generate beneficial societal impacts depend on sustained interactions and varying modes of cooperation, bringing together different types of actors pursuing diverse objectives. INGENIO studies the growing relevance of cooperative and inclusive practices in research and innovation, the co-creation of knowledge with a particular emphasis on collaborative relationships between academic and non-academic actors, and the importance of transdisciplinary research approaches.

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Moralizing Discourses of Artificial Intelligence Strategies
24/02/2021 Itziar Castelló - Surrey Business School

European institutions formulating Artificial Intelligence (AI) national strategies  try to square the aspiration to exploit its potential with safeguarding their communities against its perceived ills. We show how national strategies  use discursive strategies to construct a new morally oriented social contract. We point to three main strategies aiming at creating the new meaning of AI outlining its moral domain, stabilizing meaning through identification with AI, and enacting meaning via an emotional tension between fear and hope in AI.


Academic artists’ engagement and commercialisation
21/01/2021 Joaquín María Azagra Caro - Ingenio (CSIC-UPV)

Academic artists are researchers who create artistic work. They form part of the cultural life of cities and contribute to welfare not only trough research but also through art. They may commercialise their art, or use it to engage into scientific knowledge diffusion.


Internationalisation dynamics at play: constructing and diffusing zebrafish as a model organism in Latin American life sciences / Choreographies of collaboration in the Francis Crick Institute
27/02/2020 Rodrigo Liscovsky Barrera / Niki Vermeulen - Science, Technology and Innovation Studies, University of Edinburgh

Internationalisation dynamics at play: constructing and diffusing zebrafish as a model organism in Latin American life sciences - Rodrigo Liscovsky Barrera / Science, Tech