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 codeFuture Internet LabNow that a large part of the country is working from home, a lot of work needs to be done via online solutions. Waag is researching open, safe and honest alternatives for these tools. We call this collection of technologies the Public Stack.
- WaagInterface29-03-2020Waag makes, Waag shares, Waag talks: what is Waag doing in times of the corona pandemic?
- We makeOpen Design Lab26-03-2020Currently, there's a big shortage of many supplies in healthcare. FabLabs worldwide are trying to fill this gap.
- We makeTextileLab25-03-202002Apr20:0021:00How can we make our indoor climate healthier by developing new materials from living organisms? Join us for this online meetup on April 2nd.
- WaagInterface12-03-2020Our yearly lecture De staat van het internet is now available online (in Dutch). This year's theme was digital identity.
- WaagAI Culture Lab10-03-202016Apr20:0021:00This meetup will take place online. We welcome Brussels-based duo LarbitsSisters to planet B.
Recent publications by Waag:
- 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…
- We codeCommons Lab12 Jun 2019In collaboration with AMS Institute, Waag has made a publication on urban data.