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What is a “Truly Ethical” Artificial Intelligence?
Antonio Casilli talks about an end-to-end approach to responsible and humane technological systems.
IoT Business Models
Guest lecture by Prof. Felix Wortmann from the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland.
A Stab in the Dark: Blind Attacks on the Linux Kernel
The ViSP Distinguished Lecture Series continues with a talk by Herbert Bos of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands.
“Verschränkung durchbricht Schranken”
Frank Leymann, our first Kurt Gödel Visiting Professor, talks about how qubits' entanglement helps to overcome the limitation of approximate algorithms.
From Digital Humanities to Quantum Humanities
Johanna Barzen, Visiting Scientist at our Business Informatics Group, talks about methods of quantum computing in research done in the Humanities.
The Bitter Truth About Quantum Algorithms in the NISQ Era
Frank Leymann, our first Kurt Gödel Visiting Professor, talks about challenges of implementing quantum algorithms on NISQ devices.
Roger Wattenhofer: “Cascade: Asynchronous Proof-of-Stake”
The ViSP Distinguished Lecture Series continues with a talk by Roger Wattenhofer of ETH Zurich, Switzerland.
Transition From Labor-intensive to Tech-intensive Surveilla…
Minxin Pei talks about of the effectiveness of the Chinese surveillance state.
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.
Bryan Ford: “Digital Personhood”
The ViSP Distinguished Lecture Series continues with a talk by Bryan Ford of EPFL, Switzerland.
Ben Shneiderman talks about Human-Centered AI (HCAI), an emerging new synthesis of AI technologies and HCI approaches.
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.
Decolonising Design within Colonised Worlds
This talk aims to reflect on how we decolonise our ways of being and research within humanitarian, universities and community spaces.
Digital Humanism and Democracy in Geopolitical Context
What are the effects of corporate surveillance in either autocracies or liberal democracies?
In her talk, Laura Forlano (Illinois Institute of Technology, USA) looks into how we might create a more generous understanding of human-machine relations.
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 this year’s Gödel lecture, Moshe Vardi will explain why the ethical lens is too narrow for dealing with technology’s impact on society.
Speculative Design for Intimate Encounters & Ageing
Why is a medicalised approach to elderly care problematic, and how could alternative designs inspire us to rethink care, intimacy and ageing?
The Platform Economy and Europe
Cristiano Codagnone explains why platforms are not simply technological corporations but a form of quasi-infrastructure.
Fuzz Testing and Beyond
Thorsten Holz (University of Bochum) will provide an overview of his recent progress in randomized testing, where he already found hundreds of software bugs.
Cyborgs in Dialogue: The Cyborg Jillian Weise & Ashley Shew
What is it like to be a cyborg? And what are the presumptions about being prosthetized? Two cyborgs discuss.
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?
The Power of Quantum Computing
Frank Leymann, first Kurt Gödel Visiting Professor at TU Wien Informatics, will talk about the potential of quantum computers.
More Than Teledildonics and Porn: Sexuality Research in HCI
G. Kannabiran reflects on how sexuality-related work has progressed and discusses challenges in studying design for sexual wellbeing.
Privacy and Verifiability in Certificate Transparency
Sarah Meiklejohn (UCL) will discuss efficient solutions for verifiability and the difficulties of achieving privacy-preserving auditing.
(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.
The Future is Collectivism: Exploring Technology Co-Design
Christina Harrington explores concepts of community collectivism as a way to address challenges of health and racial equity.