KIN is all about Digital Innovation. We are fascinated by the ways in which the use and development of digital innovations affect the way we work and organize.

We conduct research, organize consortia, provide executive education, and host masterclasses on a variety of topics such as data & analytics, creativity & design, innovation processes, crowdsourcing, and much more. Our mission is to make the world a better place in the digital era: we bring together academia and practice to truly understand the social and long-term consequences of digital innovations in organizations.

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KIN is hiring!

Two PhD positions for project ‘Is AI outsmarting us? The impact of AI on knowledge work ‘ Location: AMSTERDAM FTE: 1 Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly changing work, and predictions […]

Smarter together in the age of AI

Building bridges between AI development and AI use. KIN Research’s Marleen Huysman wins prestigious NWO grant to follow AI from development in the lab to its use on the work […]

Ethnography course is now open for registration​

As Ethnography is KIN’s signature research methodology, we are happy to announce that we have just opened up registrations for our upcoming Ethnography Course. The course will be taught by Ruthanne […]

Fieldlab Smart Maintenance Techport officieel geopend!

Na een intensief aanlooptraject was het gisteren (13 juni) eindelijk zover: het fieldlab smart maintenance Techport is officieel geopend! In het samenzijn van alle partners stond samenwerking tussen de verschillende […]

Recap: Workshop Business Model Canvas

Samenwerken begint met samen denken Een brainstormsessie, opgezet om de waarde van het fysieke fieldlab van Techport optimaal te benutten. Daar draaide het vorige week om in de businessmodel canvas […]

Long read: How being ‘selfish’ serves the collective interest in the end

How a common goal can be reached despite clashing individual interests The following white-paper is part of Jochem Hummel research on ‘Collaboration and innovation between heterogeneous actors’. Jochem will be […]

Visions on AI at The Next Web Conference 2019

What are visions of speakers and participants of the largest tech conference in the Netherlands on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and work? The KIN Center for Digital Innovation joined The Next […]

Who are the champions (part 2)

Vond je onze eerste blog over het zorgecosysteem al een long read? Goed nieuws: we maken er een longer read van! In het eerste deel zagen we hoe zorgaanbieders en […]

9-13 August 2019 Symposium: ‘Algorithms at Work: Tales from the Field of Artificial Intelligence’

We are proud to announce that between August 9-13, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, Anastasia Sergeeva and Marleen Huysman will be organizing a symposium on the topic: ‘Algorithms at Work: […]

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