Digital technologies allow us to produce well-founded analyses of diseases and their courses in just a few moments. But digital health, in particular, requires a sense of responsibility. The topic of health touches on many sensitive areas.
An application-oriented corporate workshop will draw attention to the possibilities and requirements of digital humanism in connection with digital health. With a society that is becoming more sensitive to data security and diversity, the demands are increasing. To continue to offer target group-oriented solutions in the future, it is essential, not least, for this reason, to address the questions of technology implications.
First, the topic of digital humanism & digital health will be introduced. Afterward, researchers from the TU Wien will present projects and practical applications in various subject areas with Viennese companies. Networking opportunities after the presentations. Virtual participation is possible via video stream.
Please register to attend and/or receive the Zoom link for the video stream.
14:30 — Welcome
- Kathleen Jimenez-Mühlbacher, TU Wien, Förderberatung und Wirtschaftskooperationen
- Georg Sedlbauer, Wirtschaftsagentur Wien
14:45 — Introduction Digital Humanism and Digital Health
- Julia Neidhardt, TU Wien Informatics, Research Unit E-Commerce
15:15 — Algorithmic Governance of Care & Demenztherapie
- Martin Kampel, TU Wien Informatics, Research Unit Computer Vision
- Elisabeth Dokalik-Jonak, Memocorby
15:45 — Data, Inclusion, and Body Sensors
- Katta Spiel, TU Wien Informatics, Research Unit Human Computer Interaction
- Sabine Seymour, SUPA
16:15 — Summary and Digital Ethics
- Erich Prem, TU Wien Informatics & eutema
16:30 — Networking
- (in compliance with COVID-19 regulations)
Erich Prem, TU Wien Informatics & eutema
This event is organized by TU Wien, Förderberatung und Wirtschaftskooperationen, Wirtschaftsagentur Wien, and Wirtschaftskammer Wien.
If you have any questions, please contact Kathleen Jimenez-Mühlbacher.