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.
- WaagInterfaceThe power to keep conversations between human beings modest can not be outsourced to technology and a couple of billionaires. Read the article Marleen Stikker and Sander van der Waal wrote for NRC (in Dutch).
- We makeOpen Design Lab14-01-2021The S+T+ARTS Prize 2021 is open for calls! The winners will receive each €20.000 and will be featured at Ars Electronica, BOZAR and Waag.
- WaagInterface13-01-2021Starting in 2021, Waag will be the Future Lab for design and technology in the Netherlands.
- WaagInterface13-01-202128Jan16:0017:00On Thursday 28 January 2021, Marleen Stikker's inauguration as professor of practice at the University of Applied Sciences in Amsterdam (HvA) will…
- WaagInterface12-01-202115Jan29JanWhen MIT Media Lab researcher Joy Buolamwini discovers that most facial-recognition software misidentifies women and darker-skinned faces, she delves…
- WaagInterface14-12-202029Jan16:0017:15Each year, we take a look at the state of the internet. This year we'll focus on Inclusive AI, with a keynote by Sennay Ghebreab. (Dutch)
Recent publications by Waag:
- We codeFuture Internet Lab27 Oct 2020In this research paper, Waag's CTO Tom Demeyer reflects on the meaning of the digital public space and the principle of authenticity.
- WaagInterface29 Jun 2020Our annual report for 2019 is now online! Waag took important steps last year, both on the substantial and the organisational level.
- We codeFuture Internet Lab10 Jun 2020For the past few months, Waag worked closely together with the Dutch parliament commission on digitalization.