The TrustLens project has teamed up with a new project AirAberdeen to support the people of Tillydrone in finding out about air quality in the area.
If you’ve been to St George’s Church recently, you might have noticed something new on the front doors. Or perhaps you haven’t…
The 2018 Tillydrone Gala Day (held on the 23rd of June) was a day of sun and music, activities and animals. For a couple of us from the TrustLens project, it was also an opportunity to open up some more conversations with neighbourhood residents about how they think about relationships between things, data, and themselves. … Continue reading TrustLens at the Gala
With international media coverage of the controversies surrounding Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, many more people are realising that our data is often being collected and used in ways we may not be immediately aware of. Not just in profiles that we choose to set up, but also information that may be given away by our … Continue reading Who do we trust with our data?
How does governance play a role when considering the internet of things in a smart city? At the “Ways of Being in a Digital Age – Review conference” event held in Liverpool on the 10th and 11th October, Naomi presented some thoughts based on TrustLens work so far.