TU Wien Informatics

Digital Humanism

Technology profoundly shapes the world we live in, and the stakes are high. Digital Humanism deals with digital technology development and policies based on human rights, democracy, inclusion, and diversity.

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About

Digital Humanism is a mindset, a philosophy, a political driving force, a scientific approach, and most of all – a promise to society. That we are determined to build, regulate and develop technology for people, for a better future.

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Latest News

  • Sep 19, 2022 Digital Humanism, Summer School Join leading experts in informatics, social sciences, and humanities to collaborate on pressing issues of digital politics, economy, and technology.
  • Jun 10, 2022 Vienna Gödel Lecture, Digital Humanism, Public Lecture Toby Walsh tells us about the future of AI and why we should reconsider existing approaches to technology development.
  • May 13, 2022 Digital Humanism, Interview Marco Squarcina talks about how to become a hacker, whether there is a hacker ethic, the present and future of cyberwars, and state-sponsored hacking.

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Activities

Contact

Want to talk to real people about the challenges we face? Here are the leading experts and primary contacts for all our Digital Humanism initiatives (people in alphabetical order).

Contact
Hannes Werthner

Hannes Werthner

DIGHUM
Contact
Peter Knees

Peter Knees

DIGHUM
Contact
Stefan Woltran

Stefan Woltran

CAIML
Contact
Julia Neidhardt

Julia Neidhardt

CDL RecSys
Contact
Erich Prem

Erich Prem

DIGHUM
Contact
Stefan Szeider

Stefan Szeider

Vienna Gödel Lecture
Contact
Christian Fermüller

Christian Fermüller

Vienna Gödel Lecture

Highlights

Recent highlights, events, and news from all our Digital Humanism initiatives.
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