We code

Code concerns itself with the language of technology. Our focus is both on designing new technology and on opening up existing technology to find out how it works. We believe that technology isn’t just a mysterious black box with inherent conventions and principles we must accept. Technology is man-made. It is, therefore, imbued with our values and sometimes contains our biases, prejudices, and thinking errors. Code raises awareness of the assumptions present in technology and at how it can strengthen the position of citizens (democratisation through digitisation).

 

  • We code
    Future Internet Lab
    DEPS (Digital European Public Spaces) has the goal to research and facilitate digital European public spaces that are open, democratic, and…
  • We code
    Future Internet Lab
    Together with INFO, TU Delft (Cities of Things Lab), Waag dives into the design process of an open source service and a commercial service.
  • We code
    Smart Citizens Lab
    This project examines the conditions for building a future smart city. It focuses on what data is collected and how it is used to address urban…
  • We code
    Future Internet Lab
    07-10-2021
    For the second phase of the Code for Children's Rights, we are looking for tech developers and designers who want to discuss with children and young…
  • We code
    Smart Citizens Lab
    01-10-2021
    Measuring sound with citizens and entrepreneurs on Marie Heinekenplein.
  • We code
    Smart Citizens Lab
    10-08-2021
    How to protect personal data in the smart city? This question is central to the research report on smart cities by the Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens.…