What we do



An example of our available service provision could be the following:
A human creates a machine that will inevitably incorporate the biases of its creator. We can assist in:

  • Analysing the challenges towards an efficient collaboration between the human and the machine

  • Deploying the procedures to ensure that the human understands, trusts and accepts the machine’s decisions in a shared and collaborative environment

  • Identifying the biases in the machine and notifying the creator accordingly

  • Contributing to the learning process of eliminating the biases by introducing solution-based techniques to improve the machine

  • Delivering tailored capacity building to the human

  • Building on a strategy to promote that future machines will be trustworthy, accepted and bias-free

We work towards generating unbiased technology-based systems and establishing reliable human-machine collaboration environments.


Our work entails research, analysis, consultancy and relevant actions aiming to bridge the gap between the numerous needs of the differentiated stakeholders within tech-based working environments and the highly digitalised world we live in. Our approach takes into consideration the various social markers such as; gender, sex, sexual orientation, cultural background, dis/abilities and so on, and places them in the forefront so we can generate tailor made strategies to optimise human-machine coexistence and ultimately gain from both human and machine full potential.

An important part of our services is the delivery of targeted capacity building, as well as the engagement in awareness raising activities related to the importance of acknowledging the social aspects when dealing with tech-based products-services. It has been widely accepted in the tech world that social analysis is essential in delivering effective and sustainable solutions.