Waag operates at the intersection of science, technology and the arts, focusing on technology as an instrument of social change, and guided by the values of fairness, openness and inclusivity. Read more.
- We codeCommons LabThe current ecological, economic and social system is under pressure. We're about to make drastic changes to our energy systems. How do we keep the new systems open fair and inclusive?
- We codeFuture Internet Lab12-05-2020Waag is hosting Jitsi on meet.waag.org for anyone who wants to call through video conferencing in a safe, encrypted way.
- We makeTextileLab11-05-2020It is time to apply for Fabricademy 2020! Join us at Waag's TextileLab Amsterdam for this 6-month research journey.
- We codeFuture Internet Lab06-05-2020Not an app, but citizen science can help us get out of lockdown. We need to recognize its value, Judith Veenkamp argues (in Dutch).
- We learnMaker Education Lab06-05-202003Jun14:0016:00De Thuismakers are going live! On Wednesday 13 May they will present their first workshop on cardboard automata (in Dutch).
- We learnMaker Education Lab28-04-202015May04JunJoin this special open course, with four one-week modules on social innovation education in maker spaces.
Recent publications by Waag:
- We codeFuture Internet Lab12 May 2020Commissioned by the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, Waag conducted an investigation into "guidelines for the use of algorithms" based…
- WaagAI Culture Lab11 Oct 2019What can AI teach us about ourselves and our communities? This essay by Tom Demeyer explores the cultural potential of AI.
- WaagAI Culture Lab26 Jun 2019The position paper describes points of departure for Waag’s AI Culture lab, marking territories for further research by raising questions, issues and…