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Transition From Labor-intensive to Tech-intensive Surveilla…
Minxin Pei talks about of the effectiveness of the Chinese surveillance state.
Towards a Research and Innovation Roadmap: Cancelled!
We have to postpone the workshop due to the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown in Austria. New date in Feb/Mar 2022 to be announced.
AI and Democratic Values: What is the Path Forward?
Marc Rotenberg talks about how effectively new policy frameworks address AI-related challenges in the areas of human rights and democratic values.
Digitalization in Health & Care
Researchers from TU Wien and Viennese companies present work in Digital Humanism and Digitalization in Health and Care.
Ben Shneiderman talks about Human-Centered AI (HCAI), an emerging new synthesis of AI technologies and HCI approaches.
Perspectives on Digital Humanism
A collection of 46 articles from experts with different disciplinary backgrounds, who provide their view on the interplay of human and machine.
Digital Humanism: The Poysdorf Declaration
The ministers of foreign affairs of Austria, the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic signed the Poysdorf Declaration on Digital Humanism.
Should we preserve the world's software history, and can we?
Roberto Di Cosmo (INRIA, France) and Edward A. Lee (UC Berkeley, USA) discuss the role of software in cultural heritage.
Digital Humanism and Democracy in Geopolitical Context
What are the effects of corporate surveillance in either autocracies or liberal democracies?
The New EU Proposal for AI Regulation
Irina Orssich (European Commission) aims at contributing to the public debate of how AI should be regulated in the future.
“Technology Is Driving the Future, But Who Is Steering?”
In the 2021 Vienna Gödel Lecture, Moshe Vardi explained why the ethical lens is too narrow for dealing with technology’s impact on society.
Technology Is Driving the Future, But Who Is Steering?
In this year’s Gödel lecture, Moshe Vardi will explain why the ethical lens is too narrow for dealing with technology’s impact on society.
The Platform Economy and Europe
Cristiano Codagnone explains why platforms are not simply technological corporations but a form of quasi-infrastructure.
International B2B Software Days 2021
TU Wien Informatics is part of the biggest industrial B2B event for software and digital business in Europe.
Ethics in AI: A Challenging Task
Different biases affect all of us on the Web. Ricardo Baeza-Yates explains how we can become aware of them and safeguard a concept of ethics in AI.
Vaccination Passports—a Tool for Liberation?
How can apps like the “Green Passport” be made reliable and privacy-preserving? And can they pave the way back to normality?
(Gender) Diversity and Inclusion in Digital Humanism
This panel focuses on how different voices and interests can be included in the development and application of digital technologies.
Digital Society, Social Justice and Academic Education
This panel focuses on how digital technologies' ethical and social aspects can be handled adequately in academic research.
Preventing Data Colonialism without Becoming Protectionistic
This panel discussion will focus on the processing and exploitation of European citizens' data by non-European companies.
Freedom of Expression in the Digital Public Sphere
This lecture will focus on how social media platforms can shape public discourse by their algorithmic content moderation.
Philosophical Foundations of Digital Humanism
In our next lecture, Julian Nida-Rümelin will develop the main features of what he calls Digital Humanism.
Socio-Technical Analysis of the so-called AMS-Algorithm
TU Wien Informatics was part of the research team investigating possible bias and structural inequalities of the AMS assistance system.
Strategies for a Humanistic Digital Future
We invite you to our online workshop on Digital Humanism to discuss AI in Europe, education, and resilient sustainable systems.
Ethics and IT: How AI is Reshaping Our World
This panel discussion, part of our DIGHUM lecture series, will deal with the ethical implications and global challenges of AI.
Responsibly Encouraging Adoption of Contact Tracing Apps
Join us online for the next lecture in our series on Digital Humanism—this time with Elissa M. Redmiles from Microsoft Research.
Digital Sovereignty—Navigating Between Scylla & Charybdis
Join us online for the next lecture in our series on Digital Humanism, where international experts discuss digital sovereignty.
An AI and Computer Science Dilemma: Could I? Should I?
Join us online for the next lecture in our series on Digital Humanism, held by Harvard’s Barbara J. Grosz.