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Living Well with Technology
The Digital Futures Institute brings together expertise from across all disciplines at King’s to forge a better relationship between the individual and technology - through combining technological expertise with a deep understanding of human needs, cultures and behaviours, and by addressing questions of ethics, bias, transparency and responsibility.
Through our research programmes, our educational courses and our external engagement activities we reframe what are usually thought of as purely technical challenges – to be solved through technical fixes – as human and social challenges, that require innovative ways of knowing, responding and making.
We help build a future that is more conducive to living well with technology.
King's is at the forefront of a flagship Responsible AI project - a national multidisciplinary network of researchers, industry, policy makers, and organisations, working to ensure AI development is carried out with due responsibility.
Interrogating, understanding and foregrounding contributions of women, non-binary and trans people to the conceptualisation, commercialisation and creative potential of Web 3.0 screen-based media and art.
Forging new responses to the foundational crisis of the digital age: distraction.
Interdisciplinary research centre promoting research and public engagement with digital culture.
Mapping the interplay between technology, bodies, and health: from the scalpel to the touchscreen.
Deciphering how legal and governance frameworks react to technological innovation.
Creating digital tools to explore academic research in new ways.
Explore our mission, leadership team, aims and our research centres.
Learn with us through innovative programmes, developed with industry.
27 February 2024
The Digital Futures Institute is delighted to announce Dr Michael Marcinkowski as its new Director…
7 February 2024
GLoW: Illuminating Innovation is a new exhibition led by Sarah Atkinson, Professor of Screen Media,…
05 March 2024
Please join us for the third session of the Attention Reading Group organised by the Centre for…
07 March 2024
Do we now live in the age of ‘ego media’?